On top of sorting, Data Filtering is another critical process in data analysis. It is helpful when you want to analyze and display specific information from a large dataset. For example, you researched the respondents' willingness to reduce gas emissions, but you want to analyze and show the data only for a particular sub-group of the sample base. To filter your data, you don't need to go to Excel or use other BI tools. Instead, you can use the Chartrics Chart Maker to easily filter your data by dragging the filter variable and dropping it onto the filter pane. You can apply as many filters to your data as you wish and instantly show the result on PowerPoint charts.
Use this tab to filter the selected filter variable by another variable with a specific condition.
Use this tab to limit the result of the filter variable showing only the top N of the values.
Automatically update all your PowerPoint charts with the new data in 15 seconds.