Disk Triage provides a wide range of graphs to help you quickly understand the data that it gathers during the scanning process. Each graph can be customized in a variety of ways. The first is through the use of the Input Specifications settings. These allow you to give your graphs a 'default' appearance. As well - each graph has a customization tool bar to the left which gives the user FULL control over the graph. The user can also print preview, save and export the graph from the tool bar.
There are three main graphs in Disk Triage. The first is the main pie chart. This graph is dynamically tied to the Tree View. As you click on a directory in the Tree View - the graph changes to show you the pie chart of that particular directory. Correspondingly, when the user clicks on a slice of the pie in the graph - it moves the user up/down the directory tree in the Tree View. In the screen shot below you can see the magnifying glass over the pie slice. If the user clicks on that pie slice - it will move to that directory in the Tree View and change the Graph View to show the graph for that sub-directory.Main Pie Chart - Actively Tied to the Tree View
The second type of graph in Disk Triage are the ones that make up the Analysis graphs. These graphs show the Analysis categories in two views - by total size and by number of files. They can be pie charts, bar charts or line charts - depending on the Analysis category.Analysis Graph - File Size by Size
The third type of graph is the one used in the Multi Scan Charting feature. This graph is a line graph - which shows both the graph itself and the details that make it up.Analysis Graph - File Extension