Clone our sample reports on topics ranging from forecasting and A/B testing to building sales funnels and heat maps. Then take them for a spin with your own data.
Find the best way to visualize your data—whether it's a starburst chart, a word cloud, or a heat map. Mode's HTML editor allows you to customize built-in charts as much—or as little—as you want.
- Creating Histograms using R: A guided walkthrough of how to create a histogram using R.
- Creating Horizontal Bar Charts using R: A guided walkthrough of how to create a horizontal bar chart using R.
- Creating Chart Annotations using Matplotlib: A guided walkthrough of how to create chart annotations using the matplotlib python library.
- Creating Histograms using Pandas: A guided walkthrough of how to create a histogram using the pandas python library.
- Creating Horizontal Bar Charts using Pandas: A guided walkthrough of how to create a horizontal bar chart using the pandas python library.
- Zipcode choropleth map: Thematic maps in which areas are shaded based on the prevalence of a particular variable.
- Bullet chart: Great for measuring progress toward a set of goals.
- Chart annotations: Annotations are helpful for showing when key events occurred, especially when they have a noticeable impact on the data.
- Chart heights: Sometimes it makes sense to change the heights of charts in your report.
- Choropleth map: Thematic maps in which areas are shaded based on the prevalence of a particular variable.
- Force-directed graph: Visualize connections between objects in a network. Force-directed graphs can help uncover relationships between groups that may not be obvious otherwise.
- Funnel chart: Helpful for visualizing a flow of things (users, people, organizations, etc.) through a sequential process, such as the sales pipeline.
- Geographic heat map: An interactive way to identify where something occurs, and demonstrate areas of high and low density.
- Google Maps with markers: Pin locations using Google Maps to visually tie your geo-data to specific addresses.
- Heat map: Effective at communicating high and low periods for a metric. You might use heat maps to show how traffic to your site or usage of your product changes over time.
- Hive plot: Similar to force-directed graphs, a hive plot shows how objects in a network are connected, with a more orderly, clean visualization.
- Horizontal bar chart: Great for presenting a long list of results that would become crowded if displayed vertically.
- Links in Big Number charts: Turning Mode's Big Number charts into links makes it easy for your audience to explore the underlying factors impacting the result.
- Network matrix: A structured, easy-to-read way to show how objects in a system are related to one another.
- Sparklines in Big Number charts: Adding a sparkline to a Big Number chart shows your audience how the metric has performed over time.
- State choropleth map: Great way of showing how a measurement varies across a geographic area, in which areas are shaded based on the prevalence of a particular variable.
- Sunburst chart: A way of illustrating the flow of users through a complex system.
- Word cloud: Quickly identify the most common terms from a dataset of free-form text.
- World choropleth map: A thematic map in which areas are shaded based on the prevalence of a particular variable.
Want to add images to your tables? Use Comic Sans? Tweak and tune Mode's standard tables with straightforward HTML changes.
- Images in tables: Adding images to your tables
- Dataframe Styling using Pandas: A guided walkthrough of how to use the pandas python library to style dataframes.
- Conditional formatting: Shade table cells with values that fall above, below, or equate a given threshold to quickly spot outliers or trends.
- Conditional formatting (legacy Display Tables): Shade table cells on a gradient, or cells with values that fall above or below a given threshold to quickly spot outliers or trends.
- Images in tables (legacy Display Tables): Adding images to your table can be a nice touch, especially when used in conjunction with custom styled tables.
- Links in tables: Add links to table cells for a seamless experience navigating between reports and other URLs.
- Pivot table: Filter and group results without making any updates to the underlying SQL.
- Table styles: Style your tables, so reports you share adhere to brand guidelines and look sharp.
- Totals at the bottom of a table: Once you've added a table to your report, you can integrate a totals row at the bottom.
A Mode report brings together tables, charts, and text to tell your data's story in one cohesive package.
- Forecasting in Python with Prophet: A guided walkthrough of how to use the Prophet python library to solve a common forecasting problem.
- Forecasting in R with Prophet: A guided walkthrough of how to use the Prophet R library to solve a common forecasting problem.
- Parameters with multiple options: Allow your audience to easily interact with the data with parameters that allow your users to enter in multiple options in the form of comma-separated values.
Create insights at a glance with custom dashboards that make your data sing. Mode's HTML editor lets you customize the look and feel to fit your business.
- Segment Cross-Domain Dashboard: E-Commerce: E-commerce retailers can track how visitors move across domains to find out which products have the most pull for these audience segments.
- Segment Cross-Domain Dashboard: Publisher: Publishers can track how visitors move across domains and what content is most popular with those audience segments.
- Intercom dashboard: Create a dashboard of your Intercom customer support data in Mode, surfacing insights into daily conversation volumes, service levels, and reassignment rates.
- Shippo dashboard: Create a dashboard of your Shippo data in Mode, surfacing insights into shipment volumes, costs, and success rates.
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