This task assumes that you have already added the Pie Chart report element to a custom report template row.
For more information, see Adding or Editing Custom Templates.
The Edit Pie Chart > Step 1: Data View screen appears.
For more information, see Data Views.
The Step 2: Set Query Criteria screen appears.
All of the criteria: Data must match all the specified criteria.
Any of the criteria: Data can match any of the specified criteria.
Data type: Corresponds to a column returned by the data view
Operator: Used to match or exclude data type values
Value: Select criteria from the drop-down controls or specify values in the text boxes
The options that display depend on the selected data view, and the selected data type and operator.
Apex Central supports a maximum of 20 filters.
The Step 3: Specify Design screen appears.
Data Field: Specifies the total count for data appearing in the chart
Category Field: Specifies how the data is separated in the chart
Aggregated by: The method in which to display data
Total number of instances: Includes duplicate results in the data
Number of unique instances: Displays only one instance of duplicated result types
For example, if an endpoint detects 5 instances of "VirusA" and 3 instances of "VirusB" in the data, the detection count on the graph would display the following values:
Total number of instances = 8 (virus detections, regardless of virus name)
Number of unique instances = 2 (unique virus types, regardless of number of occurrences)
Specify the Label name that appears on the horizontal axis of the chart.
Select the Sorting order and direction.
Aggregation value: Sorts based on the count value of the data
Category name: Sorts alphabetically based on the category name
Select the Filter summarized result check box to filter the data that displays in the report.
Specify the maximum number of items to display.
Enable Aggregate remaining items to group all remaining data in the "Others" category.
The Add/Edit Report Template screen appears with the updated chart settings applied.