The Report details section of a report displays the various elements containing report details. Each element is referred to as a chart.

A chart is a physical representation of data for a specified reporting period. Charts can be a line graph, bar chart, or a table depending on the data gathered.

You can select any number of charts to display in a report. The following types of charts are available.

Each line graph chart contains a header with a number of tasks that can be performed on the chart. At the right of the task bar are the following icons:

Additional tasks are displayed when the cursor is within the graph itself. You can download the graph as a PNG filetype, pan the graph, zoom in and out, scale the graph, and toggle spike lines using the icons that appear within the graph graph tasks.

When hovering the cursor at various locations on the graph, information about the lines is displayed, such as what each line represents and the value at the cursor location. Sample line graph of Application deployment volume by team over time

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For the line graph charts, you can view the data details in a table format. The table can be re-formatted to hide columns that are not important at the time and column reordered.

Click edit filters to filter data by time period, team, application, environment, line of business, and deployment result.

Click table design to show and hide defined table columns. chart layout editor

Click table design to download a CSV file of the data.

Parent topic: Custom reports