Have you seen this video?
If your values are greatly different from each other, perhaps you can change to a logarithmic scale?
I hope this will do what you want.
I already saw this video. I inspire myself with it but I met other issue to built it, as you see on my pictures the values are very different so I can't make it like the video..
Have you tried a logarithmic scale?
Hi Kevin Monges ;
The difference between your largest and next-largest value is so very great, I don't think you'll be very effective presenting this to an audience (unless that's your point: to show them this needle in a haystack).
I have a few suggestions:
1) Keep the view you have about, only edit the axes so only a fraction of it is view-able. I've not worked with funnel charts much, so don't know if this is a plausible action.
2) Create a secondary graph using more reasonable values, then label the boxes with the values from the original data. This means you'll be creating a static (non-dynamic) picture, which is a downside if you want to visually chart improvement over time.
3) Manually reduce the size of Visitors
4) Reconsider if a funnel chart is the best method for relaying this data.
I'll watch the thread closely and see if others have other solutions!
Finally, I kept the second chart and put annotations in the squares.
I guess that the way I did this chart is limited if I want to include some filters action..
Thank you for your help Michael.