This documentation explains how to create exploratory graphs in Mito.
Creating a graph in Mito

Mito's graphing functionality is designed to help you explore your dataset. By supporting Plotly graphs, Mito users can create interactive graphs, drill down on data points inside those graphs, and zoom in/out to see the right amount of detail.

Mito graphs come in many shapes ans sizes (literally!). Mito supports bar charts, box plots, histograms, and scatter plots. Mito/Plotly graphs also support adding multiple series to each axis. Creating a stacked graph is a helpful tool for identifying relationships between series along a common attribute.

To create a graph, click the Graph button in the Mito toolbar. In the the graph sidebar that appears, use the configuration settings to create the graph. Use the select dropdowns to set the chart type and add series to each axis.

The grey subtext that may appear in the graph sidebar will explain why certain functionality may/may not yet be supported, and provide you a way to request new graphing features.