## Data-driven visualizations

## Comparison Chart

Comparison Matrix

## Convex Treemap

Polygonal partition

## Topographic Map

Elevation Map

## Range Area Chart

Angular Range

## Treemap

Data as a set of nested rectangles

## Word Cloud

Tag Cloud

## Ternary Contour Plot

## Kagi Chart

Similar to swing charts

## Stacked Bar Chart

Multiple datasets on top of each other

## Nested Proportional Area Chart

Stacked Proportional Area Chart

## Compound Bubble and Pie Chart

4 Parameter sets instead of two

## Stacked Area Chart

Area graph

## Flow Chart

Represents a process or a workflow

## Area Chart

Area Graph

## Table Chart

Arranging data in rows and columns

## Isoline Map

show a range of quantity

## Proportional Area chart

Used for comparing proportions

## Angular Gauge Chart

Speedometer

## Histogram

Groups numeric data into bins

## Timeline

Sequential Graph

## Choropleth Map

Choropleth Heatmap

## Sankey Diagram

## Tally Chart

## Pareto Chart

To highlight the most important set of factors

## Transit Map

Schematic diagram used to illustrate the routes

## Heat Map

Heat Table, Density Table, heat map

## Boxplot

Convenient way of graphically depicting groups of numerical data

## Violin Plot

A method of plotting numeric data

## Polar Area Chart

Coxcomb chart, Rose chart, Polar Area Chart

## Solid Gauge Chart

Gauge Chart, Angular Index Gauge

## Pyramid Chart

Pyramid chart is an inverted funnel chart

## Waterfall Chart

Waterfall Plot, Flying Bricks Chart, Mario Chart

## Ternary Plot

Ternary Graph, Triangle Plot, Simplex Plot, De Finetti Diagram

## Organisational Chart

Tree Diagram, Organization Chart, Org Chart, Organigram

## Dot Plot

Dot Chart

## Multi-level Donut

xploded Donut Chart. Multi-series Donut Chart

## Bullet Graph

A Bullet Graph is a variation of a Bar Graph.

## Pictorial fraction chart

Pictorial fraction chart is a very simple way of displaying data, but it is also widely used

## Pictorial Stacked Chart

Pictorial stacked percentage chart

## Radial Bar Chart

Refers to a typical Bar Chart displayed on a polar coordinate system

## Parallel Sets

Parallel Sets are a new method for the visualization and interactive exploration of categorical data

## Radar Diagram

Web Chart, Spider Chart, Star Chart, Star Plot, Cobweb Chart

## Parallel Coordinates

Its a common way of visualizing high-dimensional geometry and analyzing multivariate data

## Pictorial fraction chart

Its a diagram, picture or technical drawing of an object, that shows the relationship

## Span Chart

It displays a range of data by plotting two Y values per data point

## Chord Diagram

a graphical method of displaying the inter-relationships between data in a matrix

## Packed Circle Chart

a method to visualize large amounts of hierarchically structured data

## Arc Diagram

It uses a one-dimensional layout of nodes with circular arcs to represent connections

## Sociogram

Graphic representation of social links that a person has

## Fishbone Diagram

Fishbone Diagrams are causal diagrams that show the causes of a specific event

## Matrix Diagram

A Roof Shaped Matrix Diagram is one of six forms of Matrix Diagram

## Stream Graph

A type of stacked area graph which is displaced around a central axis

## Three-dimensional Stream Graph

3-D surface plot

## Candlestick Chart

Japanese candlestick chart

## Semi Circle Donut Chart

A Donut Chart cut in half

## Bagplot

A method in robust statistics for visualizing two-dimensional statistical data

## Matrix Diagram

Matrix Diagram shows the relationship between items

## Radial Line Graph

A part of radial graphs that takes data and render it as collection of data points.

## Phase Diagram

A type of chart used to show conditions at which thermodynamically distinct phases can occur at equilibrium

## Flow Chart

Show the movement of quantities from one location to another

## Euler Diagram

An Euler Diagram is a diagrammatic means of representing sets and their relationships

## Hanging Rootogram

Tukey’s hanging rootogram

## Sorted Stream Graph

Area graph which is displaced around a central axis

## Waterfall Plot

A three-dimensional plot in which multiple curves of data, typically spectra, are displayed simultaneously.

## Bubble Map Chart

A combination of a bubble chart data visualization and a map

## Contour Plot

A graphic representation of the relationships among three numeric variables in two dimensions

## Hexagonal Binning

Another way to manage the problem of having to many points that start to overlap.

## Partition Layer Chart

A Partition Layer Chart is a graphical display of clustering results

## Multi-level Pie Chart

a special type of chart that allows you to show symmetrical/asymmetrical tree structures

## Cycle Diagram

A Cycle Diagram is simply used to show how a series of events interact repeatedly through a cycle

## Dendrogram

A tree diagram frequently used to illustrate the arrangement of the clusters produced by hierarchical clustering.

## Alluvial Diagram

To represent changes in network structure over time

## Linear Process Diagram

Linear process diagram simply displays a process with start and end point on a line

## Radial Histogram

Used for displaying the circular data, which involves the wrapping of the usual histogram around a circle.

## SWOT Analysis

A structured planning method used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats

## Process Diagram

A process diagram simply displays a process with start and end point

## Bump Chart

Bumps charts are designed for exploring changes in rank over time.

## Clustered Force Layout

Nested circles allow to represent hierarchies and compare values

## Hive Plot

A rational visualization method for drawing networks

## Fan Chart

A fan chart, is a chart representing family relationships in a tree structure

## Marimekko Chart

A two-dimensional stacked chart

## Slope Chart

Line charts display three or more points in time while slope charts display exactly two points in time

## Bar Chart on a Map

Bar chart on a map is a combination of a map with locations and a bar chart

## Proportional Area Chart

a variation of Proportional Area Chart, where one measure is represented as a circle

## Sparkline

A small intense, simple, word-sized graphic with typographic resolution

## Radial Area Chart

A variation of Area Chart. An area chart displays graphically quantitive data

## Spline Graph

Type is a Line graph that plots a fitted curve through each data point in a series

## Non-ribbon Chord Diagram

A stripped-down version of a Chord Diagram, with only the connection lines showing

## Fan Chart

A chart that joins a line graph for observed past data, and a range area chart for future predictions

## Bar Chart

A chart with rectangular bars with lengths proportional to the values that they represent

## Dumbbell Plot

Connected Dot Plot, Dumbbell Dot Plot

## Route Map

Used to displace a series of geographical data with a start point and an end point

## Triangle Bar Chart

A triangle bar chart is a variation of bar chart where triangles are used instead of rectangles

## Butterfly Chart

A type of bar chart where two sets of data series are displayed side by side

## Circular Heat Map

A radial heat map is a variation of heat map, where the table is aligned radially

## Stepped Line Graph

A chart similar to a line graph, but with the line forming a series of steps between data points

## Matrix Diagram

Y-Matrix is one of six forms of Matrix Diagram

## Opposite Diagram

It can be used to display two set of opposites in a horizontal and vertical axis using Cartesian coordinates

## Multiple Series 3D Bar Charts

It can be helpful to plot multiple datasets using a 3D form of bar chart or histogram

## Spiral Histogram

The spiral histogram also called a condegram is a histogram , but with a timeline along a spiral shape

## Renko chart

Renko charts are excellent in projecting support and resistance levels

## 3D Scatter Plot

A three-dimensional scatter plot is like a scatter plot, but with g three variables

## Taylor diagram

Provide a way of graphically summarizing how closely a pattern (or a set of patterns) matches observations

## Cartogram

Cartograms distort the shape of geographic regions so that the area directly encodes a data variable.

## Stacked Ordered Area Chart

Stacked ordered area chart is geared towards showing rank change

## Waffle Chart

A waffle chart shows progress towards a target or a completion percentage.

## Bubble Timeline

A way to display a set of events or items on a timeline with a variable displayed as the the are size of the bubbles.

## Network Visualisation

Its often used to visualise complex relationships between a huge amount of elements

## Illustration Diagram

These are illustrative graphics or images accompanied by notes, labels or a legend

## Timeline

A Timeline displays a list of events in chronological order.

## Layered Area Chart

Layered area chart is basically multiple area charts layered by either making use of transparency or perspective

## Pictorial bar chart

Pictorial bar chart is a visual representation of a bar chart used by designers in infographic

## Icon Count

## Trendline

A line that is drawn over pivot highs or under pivot lows to show the general course or tendency of something

## Curved Bar Chart

A curved bar chart is a variation of bar chart where curved areas are used instead of rectangles

## Molecule Diagram

The structural formula of a chemical compound is a graphic representation of the molecular structure, showing how the atoms are arranged

## Pin Map

Pin maps are used to display geospatial data on a map

## Win-loss Sparkline

A Sparkline is a small intense, simple, word-sized graphic with typographic resolution

## Icon + number

An number is often used in infographics to emphasize a single data

## Proportional Area Chart

A Proportional Area Chart (Icon) is used for comparing proportions

## Pyramid Chart

A pyramid chart is an inverted funnel chart

## Radial Convergences

Radial Convergences are used to visualize relationships between entities

## Dot Density Map

A dot density map is a map type that uses a dot or another symbol to show the presence of a feature or phenomenon

## Column Sparkline

A Sparkline is a small intense, simple, word-sized graphic with typographic resolution

## Spiral Heat Map

A spiral heat map is a specific type of heat map designed for continuous comparable cycles like years or days

## Step by Step Illustration

A step by step illustration is a series of illustration to explain a process or a sequential incident

## Multi-level Pie Chart

A special type of chart that allows you to show symmetrical/asymmetrical tree structures in a consolidated pie-like structure

## Lollipop Chart

lollipop plot

## Development & Causes

A compound data visualisation type, combining a scaled timeline with an area chart, a line graph or similar to show the development

## Funnel Chart

A funnel chart is used to show streamlined data; each slice in the funnel represents a process that has filtered out data.

## Treemap

Treemaps display hierarchical (tree-structured) data as a set of nested rectangles

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