This type of data presentation helps you identify highest and lowest values, compare recent and older values, and recognize trends. Comparison visualizations give insight into which products sell best, or how this year’s sales compared to last year. Examples include bar charts, line charts and circular area charts.
This presentation type allows you to see the changing relationship among data points over time, or see the relative difference between parts of a whole. These help you understand your market share size, or analyze where you spend your budget. Examples include pie charts, stacked area charts or stacked bar charts.
This type of data presentation helps you spot outliers and commonalities, as well as see the shape of your data. For example, you might uncover insights about the number of customers in a specific range, or customer payment trends. Examples include bar histograms, line histograms and scatter plots.