- What are the 16 types of chart?
- What are the five basic types of charts?
- What would you call a table added to the bottom of your chart?
- What type of chart is best for comparing values over categories?
- What type of graph is best to compare two sets of data?
- What is the best chart to use for comparison?
- Which type of chart is best for comparing data across categories in Excel?
- What type of chart is best to depict a single series of data?
- Which chart is best used to show data with multiple categories?
- How do I choose the right chart?
- What chart type Cannot be used for more than one data series?
- Which type of chart is good for single series of data?

## What are the 16 types of chart?

Column Chart.

Column charts use vertical columns to show numerical comparisons between categories, and the number of columns should not be too large (the labels of the axis may appear incomplete if there are too many columns).

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Bar Chart.

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Line Chart.

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Area Chart.

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Pie Chart.

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Scatter Plot.

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Bubble Chart.

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Gauge.More items…•.

## What are the five basic types of charts?

There are several different types of charts and graphs. The four most common are probably line graphs, bar graphs and histograms, pie charts, and Cartesian graphs.

## What would you call a table added to the bottom of your chart?

points. What would you call a table added to the bottom of your chart that contains the values of each data series? data table.

## What type of chart is best for comparing values over categories?

Column ChartsColumn Charts are useful to visually compare values across a few categories or for showing data changes over a period of time. A Column Chart typically displays the categories along the horizontal (category) axis and the values along the vertical (value) axis.

## What type of graph is best to compare two sets of data?

a Pie Chart. Pie charts are best to use when you are trying to compare parts of a whole. They do not show changes over time. . . .

## What is the best chart to use for comparison?

Best types of charts for comparingUse a bar or column chart to compare independent values.Use a bubble chart to compare independent values with clear outliers.Use a pie chart to compare parts of a whole (composition)Use a stacked bar or stacked column chart to compare the compositions of multiple values.More items…•

## Which type of chart is best for comparing data across categories in Excel?

A pie chart is most effective when plotting no more than three categories of data. Bar Chart: Bar charts are typically used to compare several categories of data. Bar charts are ideal for visualizing the distribution or proportion of data items when there are more than three categories.

## What type of chart is best to depict a single series of data?

Bar chartsBars (or columns) are the best types of graphs for presenting a single data series. Bar charts have a much heavier weight to them than line graphs do, so they really emphasize a point and stand out on the page.

## Which chart is best used to show data with multiple categories?

3. Line Graph. A line graph reveals trends or progress over time and can be used to show many different categories of data. You should use it when you chart a continuous data set.

## How do I choose the right chart?

Selecting the right chart type Ask yourself how many variables do you want to show, how many data points you want to display and how you want to scale your axis. Line, bar and column charts represent change over time. Pyramids and pie charts display parts-of-a-whole.

## What chart type Cannot be used for more than one data series?

Pie and doughnut charts Consider using a pie chart when: You have only one data series. None of the values in your data are negative.

## Which type of chart is good for single series of data?

A single-series column or bar chart is good for comparing values within a data category, such as monthly sales of a single product. A multi-series column or bar chart is good for comparing categories of data, such as monthly sales for several products. Use a line chart to compare more than 15 data points.