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Choosing a Good Chart

Chart Suggestions-A Thought-Starter Circular Area Chart Line Chart Column Chart Line Chart Variable Width Column Chart Column Chart Table or Table with Embedded Charts Bar Chart Many Items Few Items Cyclical Data Non-Cyclical Data Single or Few Categories Many Categories Many Categories Two Variables per Item Few Categories Many Periods Few Periods One Variable per Item Over Time Among Items Column Histogram Few Data - Comparison Single Variable Points Two Variables Scatter Chart What would you Line Histogram -Relationship Distribution Many Data like to show? Points Bubble Chart Composition Scatter Chart Three Variables Two Variables Changing Over Time Static 3D Area Chart Three Few Periods Many Periods Variables Simple Share of Total Components of Components Accumulation or Only Relative Differences Matter Relative and Absolute Differences Matter Only Relative Differences Matter Relative and Absolute Differences Matter Subtraction to Total Stacked 100% Column Chart Stacked Column Chart Stacked 100% Area Chart Stacked Area Chart Stacked 100% Column Chart with Subcomponents Pie Chart Waterfall Chart © 2006 A. Abela – a.v.abela@gmail.com

Choosing a Good Chart

shared by rmmojado on Mar 23
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Here's something we came up with to help you consider which chart to use. It was inspired by the table in Gene Zelazny's classic work Saying It With Charts (p. 27 in the 4th. ed).

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