In PowerApps, we can add the Chart control.
A chart, also called a graph, is a graphical representation of the data. Here, the data is represented by symbols, such as bars in a bar chart, lines in a line chart or slices in a pie chart. It’s a sheet of exhibiting the information in a tabular form. It allows the users to see the data to better understand it, and predict current and future data.
Types of Chart Control
Now, we are going to see the Column Chart in this article.
Follow the steps, mentioned below to work with Chart Control in PowerApps.
Step 1 Log into the Power Apps
After downloading PowerApps from Window store, we need Microsoft related organization’s Office 365 ID or (MSDN, Microsoft, Skype, Office 365 etc.) to login with it.
Step 2 Create a New App in Power App
After login, we can see the Dashboard. Subsequently, we click on the New button.
Choose the Blank app.
Step 4 Designing the App
Now, let’s start designing the app. On the left side, we can see the individual screens to add our data. On the right side, we see the list of layouts. On the top, we see the formula bar. There you can see the Properties of the screen, which you will select. On the right side, we see the Add DataSource to add the external data Source.
Step 5 Drag and Drop the button Control
Step 6 Drag and Drop the Column Chart Control
Step 7 Drag and Drop the Line Chart Control
In a similar way, we can use the Line chart
Step 8 Drag and Drop the Pie Chart Control
In similar way, we can use Line chart
Run the app.
Main Screen is shown below.
Click the button.
On second click, the output is shown below.
On third click, the output will be, as shown below.
Using Line Chart, the output will be, as shown below.
Using Pie Chart, the output will be, as shown below
I hope, you understood how to add the Chart control in Microsoft PowerApps and how to run it.