by Juan Camilo Arias | Aug 10, 2018 | Data Presentation Tips

Whatâ€™s a Bubble Chart? Bubble Charts are versatile charts that allow the visualization of data sets made of two to four dimensions. TheirÂ most basic form, illustrate two dimensions of data: the first, a numerical value visualized as circular bubbles, and the...
by Juan Camilo Arias | Aug 10, 2018 | Data Presentation Tips

Whatâ€™s a Scatter Plot Chart? Scatter Plot Charts are sets of data points plotted in x and y axis to represent two sets of variables. The shape those data points create reveals the positive or negative correlation of large amounts of data. When to UseÂ a Scatter Plot...
by Juan Camilo Arias | Aug 10, 2018 | Data Presentation Tips

Whatâ€™s a Pie Chart? Pie Charts are popular ways for visualizing data in a simple and easy-to-understand way, that heps the audiences to quickly identify parts of a whole (numerical proportions of a section in proportion to the others).Â When to UseÂ a Pie Chart Pie...
by Juan Camilo Arias | Aug 10, 2018 | Data Presentation Tips

Whatâ€™s a Bar Chart? Bar Charts are visual graphics made of rectangular columns proportional in hight or length to the values they represent. That being said, smaller and shorter bars represent smaller numbers and taller and longer bars represent bigger numbers. On one...
by Juan Camilo Arias | Aug 10, 2018 | Data Presentation Tips

Whatâ€™s an Area Chart? Area Charts are graphs that illustrate data change over time.Â But unlikeÂ Line Charts,Â they also illustrate volume. The information shown on area charts has two axes and uses data points connected by line segments. The area between the axis and...