This category includes:
Bar charts use vertical or horizontal data markers to compare individual values. You can use them to compare discrete data or show trends over time. They are a good option for summarizing data that is subset by categories.
Other types of bar charts:
Grouped bar charts - known as clustered bar graphs, multi-set bar charts, or grouped column charts, is a type of bar graph that is used to compare values across multiple categories.
Stacked bar charts - useful for comparing proportional contributions within a category. They plot the relative value that each data series contributes to the total.
Bar mekko chart - variable width stacked bar chart. Use a bar mekko chart as an alternative to a bar chart when you want to explain the impact.
It is one of the simple plots where a line is drawn to shoe relation between the X-axis and Y-axis. A scatter graph is a chart type used to display the values or measurements of continuous data over time.
A pie chart is a circular statistical graphic, which is divided into slices to illustrate numerical proportions.
Indicator charts offer a single representation of a metric or KPI against a set target.
Table can useful to to display history information.