Basic Area Charts 
Area charts are often used to visualize cumulative totals over time. 

Basic Bar Graphs 
Bar charts represent data in different categories or groups. In a Vertical Bar Graph, a bar’s height represents the numerical value for a data series. Bar graphs are used to compare data for several individual items or events. 


Basic Histograms 
Histograms are useful to compare data for several individual items. They are often used to plot data that spans several periods (days, weeks, months, years). 

Basic Line Graphs 
Line graphs enable the viewer to predict the results of data not yet recorded. They are useful for presentations. 

Basic Picture Graphs 
A Picture Graph (image chart, pictorial chart) is the type of a bar graph, which represents data in various categories using pictures. 

Basic Pie Charts 
Pie Charts are used in statistics, business, and mass media for composition comparison (i.e. to visualize the percentage for the parts of one total). 

Basic Scatter Diagrams 
Scatter Diagrams are used to visualize how a change in one variable affects another. They are also used to show the relationship of price and quality rating. 

Area Charts 
Area charts or graphs visualize changes in values by filling in the area beneath a line that connects data points. Area charts are often used to visualize cumulative totals over time. 

Bar Graphs 
Bar graphs or charts are a popular way of presenting data, where each bars height indicates a specific data value. They can be used in a wide variety of business settings. 

Divided Bar Diagrams 
A divided bar graph is a rectangle divided into smaller rectangles along its length in proportion to the data. Divided bars are used for visual representation of numerical data. 

Histograms 
A histogram is useful if you need to represent data broken into intervals. A histogram is drawn with rectangles (3d blocks, cylinders etc) sidebyside with the area of each rectangle being proportional to the frequency of the observations that fall into that corresponding interval. They are often used to plot data that spans several periods (days, weeks, months, years). 

Line Graphs 
Use a line graph to show how one variable is affected by another as it increases or decreases. Line graphs are used to compare two variables, where each variable is plotted on a 2d graph. They are most useful when displaying data or information that changes continuously over time. 

Picture Graphs 
Pictures and icons can be used to emphasise the information displayed on a bar chart. For instance, you can use coins and banknotes to represent finance, or people icons for population comparison  this is catered for within the solution. 

Pie Charts 
The Pie Charts solution allows you to create charts that can be used in statistics, business, and mass media for composition comparison (i.e. to visualize the percentage for the parts of one total). 

Scatter Diagrams 
A scatter diagram displays data sets as a collection of points, with Cartesian coordinates determined by the values for two variables. Use it to identify potential linear and nonlinear relationships between variables. This solution helps you create diagrams that visualize how a change in one variable affects another. 
