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Financings Charts
  • 1 Select an individual company, use an existing list, or create a custom list
    • To chart data for a single company, click on Company Name and start typing the name in the text box. Click on the name you would like to select.
    • To chart data for an existing list, click on All Companies, and then choose the list from the drop-down list box.
    • To create a custom list of companies, select  ALL or an existing list from the drop-down list box and then use the filters under Restrict Data By
  • 2Restrict companies or data before charting (Optional)
    Click on the filter name and make your selections when the options are displayed on the right.
    • Example: select  Development Status and check the box next to Phase II to filter for companies whose lead product is in Phase II trials.
  • 3Select data to show on Y-axis (vertical)
    Choose the data or metric you want to display
    • Example: Select  Avg of Amount Raised from the drop-down list.
  • 4Select data to show on X-axis (horizontal)
    Choose categories you want to see data for
    • Example: select  Region from the drop-down list and then put a check mark in the boxes next to Europe, Germany and the U.K.
  • 5Subdivide data on the X-axis
    Further subdivide the X-axis selections
    • Example: break out the regions you�ve selected by choosing the Financing Date from the drop-down and then put a check mark next to the years 2005, 2006 and 2007.
  • 6You can switch the categories and subcategories on the X-axis (Optional)
    • Example: check the box next to Flip X-Axis and Segment Data By. This will change your chart so that the years are displayed on the X-axis and they are subdivided by region (one bar per region at each year on the X-axis).
  • 7Select the type of chart (Optional)
    There are many choices of 2-D and 3-D effect charts. Click to display the options.
  • 8Display your results
    Display your chart by clicking  Display Chart . When the chart displays, click on a bar or link to drill down to the underlying data.