This charts and graphs template provides you with 10 different types of charts and graphs used in financial planning and analysis.
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The perfect solution for showing multiple series of closely related series of data.
Bars (columns) are the best types of graphs for presenting a single data series.
This is very useful when presenting two data services that have a very different scale and might be expressed in different units.
The scatterplot is excellent for showing the relationship between two data series and determining their correlation.
The waterfall chart is excellent for variance analysis and explaining how an “actual” result was different than a “budget” or how something has changed relative to an original data point.
A pie graph is effective for illustrating the percentage breakdown of a small number of data points.
Histograms show the distribution of a dataset.
The gauge chart is perfect for graphing a single data point and showing where that result fits on a scale from “bad” to “good.”
An area chart is a solid area and can be effective when showing stacked, cumulative data series.
A spider or radar graph is a very useful type of graph for showing qualitative data or the overall “score” or comparison of multiple series.
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