Bullet Chart are usually used to show the difference between the actual value and the target value, and the actual one is usually displayed over value ranges (e.g. such as “low”, “medium” and “high”). These charts were designed as an alternative of Bar Charts. They are often used in economics, finances and else; they suit being used as a part of a dashboard.
In opposite to the most popular option when the bar of the Bullet Chart demonstrates the current value and the bullet itself demonstrates the target value, this sample is a table where we can watch the variance of difference between the current value and the target value. Those bullet charts which represent these values are placed in the middle column of the table, and the bullets are placed in the center of the middle column of the table; the first table column contains the states’ names and the third column contains the difference percentage. There is one scale and an axis enabled in the bottom of the table. The axis range is from -30 to 30 percent.