Comparison Charts

Show the differences or similarities between values

With Axis

Bar Chart

Also known as Bar Graph or Column Graph.

When comparing multiple categories quantitatively, a Bar Chart can be used, with the bars either horizontally (row chart) or vertically (column chart). Discrete values are represented along one axis of the chart, while the other axis shows the contrasting categories.

In contrast to Histograms, which show how data changes continuously over time, Bar Charts only show how that data changes at discrete points in time. On the other hand, the categorical nature of the data represented by a bar chart allows us to directly answer the question "how many?" for each grouping.

Box & Whisker plot

Bubble Chart

Bullet Graph


Line Graph

Multi Bar Chart

Stacked Bar Chart

Parallel Coordinates Plot

Population Pyramid

Radar Chart

Radial Bar Chart

Radial Column Chart

Span Chart

Stacked Area Graph

No Axis

Chord Diagram

Choropleth Map

Doughnut Chart

Dot Matrix Chart


Parallel Sets

Pitcogram Chart

Pie Chart

Proportional Area Chart

Tally Chart


Venn Diagram