These charts are used to compare values, to find the highest and lowest point in the data, and to compare increasing and decreasing values over time.
Example of a Chloropleth
These charts are used to compare a part to a whole, usually in percentages, with all the segments equaling to 100%.
These charts are used to illustrate correlation between quantitative data points and for distribution analysis in identifying values such as mean, median, range, outliers, etc.
These charts are used to illustrate the relationship or correlation between two or more variables. Good for identifying outliers and trends in clusters of data.
Example of a Bubble Chart