Block Types and Use Cases

The block types that can be added to your Chartmat Board are Charts, Forms, Tables, Grids and Markdowns.

Make a Table

Tables are a great way to display data. At Chartmat we have enhanced tables with additional features which go beyond what normal spreadsheets offer you. To build a table simply add as many axis ...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Make a Chart

The chart is one of the most popular blocks on Chartmat. It's fairly easy to build but this guide will help you handle even more complex situations. First of all some ground rules: A single chart...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Add a Form

Forms allow you to make your spreadsheet interactive. With forms you can add data to your spreadsheet and use it as a database. This allows you to truly build anything. As with the other blocks,...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Build Markdown Blocks

Tables, Forms, Charts and Grids are not enough for you? You require further customization for your Chartmat Board? Then Markdown Blocks are the right choice for you! Markdown Blocks allow you to...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Useful regex for forms

Our forms use regex to validate data. This gives you unlimited validation power. However, regex can be complicated.  We recommend  Regexr.com  - it's a great tool to test and validate your regex....

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Multiple spreadsheets into one board

There are situations in which you might want to combine data from various Spreadsheets into one Single Chartmat Dashboard. The suggested way to implement this is by creating one Master Spreadsheet...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Move & Organize your blocks

Chartmat makes it really easy to move your blocks around in order to create the perfect layout. This is how the order works: If you want to move a block, simply click on the move button in the...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Rearrange data inside a block

You might find your self in this situation: You have a block where you use a lot of axes, something like this: Now after you have edited and customized all your settings you realize that you...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago

Build a Pie Chart on top of Chartmat

In the following video I walk you step by step through the process of building a pie chart on top of Chartmat. Furthermore, I discuss aspects of preparing your data in a way that Chartmat can read...

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By Costantin

updated 10 months ago