PowerCharts are more advanced and specific chart types than column, line, pie or area charts. Some are interactive and allow the user to adjust nodes, columns, or lines.
All PowerCharts are Fusion Charts and have the same properties as regular charts.
Using a PowerChart
There is no separate icon in Visual Designer or Genie for FusionCharts. To use a PowerChart in Visual Designer or Genie, drag any of the chart widgets (column, line, bar, etc.) onto the canvas/page.
Then change the chart type property to "Other...", and you'll be able to type the name of the chart.
Enter the FusionCharts name of the chart. See the section below, "List of Common PowerCharts", for the names.
You'll notice the icon of the widget change to a default, generic chart image.
To supply data to the chart you have several options. Please consult the FusionCharts page to learn how to supply data to the chart.
List of Common PowerCharts
The table below lists some PowerCharts along with the chart type value needed to use it. The value for chart type is case-insensitive.
All chart/widget names are listed in http://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/getting-started/list-of-charts.html#powercharts-xt. Follow the links on that page for a complete list of attributes.