What Is a Line Chart
What Is a Line Chart? A line chart is a basic type of chart represented by a series of data points connected with a straight line.
Explaining the meaning of “What is a line chart?” is convenient to use illustrations with professional looking line charts designed in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Line Graphs solution from the Graphs and Charts area.
Example 1. What Is a Line Chart
The Line Graphs Solution from Graphs and Charts area of ConceptDraw Solution Park provides large quantity of useful drawing tools making your drawing of any line graph simple and fast.
Example 2. Line Chart - Evolution of the population
Use the predesigned objects from the Line Graphs library of Line Graphs solution, templates and samples and you will get the excellent result in minutes.
Example 3. Line Chart - The value of the French franc in 2007 Euros
The samples you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the vector objects from the Line Graphs Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM These samples visually and clear explain what is a line chart. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating every of these samples.
All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying, or converting to a variety of formats (PDF file, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, and many other graphic formats) from the ConceptDraw STORE. The Line Graphs Solution is available for all ConceptDraw DIAGRAM or later users.
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Sample Pictorial Chart - Pictorial Infographics solution provides easy-to-use design infographics drawing tools, large collection of different sample infographics and infograms, sample pictorial chart and templates to be filled in, and 10 libraries with great quantity of predesigned vector pictograms.
Use Pictorial Infographics solution to draw your own design pictorial infographics documents quick and easy.
Picture: Sample Pictorial Chart. Sample Infographics
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software offers the Area Charts solution from the Graphs and Charts area of ConceptDraw Solution Park for quick and easy drawing the Area Chart of any complexity.
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This sample shows the Step Area Graph of the PCB (Printed circuit board) Via current capacity and can be useful in electronics. It is displayed 1 mil plating Via current capacity and the resistance vs diameter on a 1.6 mm PCB. A via is an electrical connection between the layers in the electronical circuit that in PCB consists of two pads on the different electrically connected layers of the board.
Picture: Step Area Graph
If you need to describe some process, diagramming is a perfect tool for almost any imaginable purpose. The set of the most commonly used flow charts symbols is quite wide and includes symbols for operations, processes, data inputs and outputs. You can see the full list of all the symbols used for flowcharting in Flowcharts solution from Diagrams area in ConceptDraw Solution Park.
A flow chart is often used for visual representation of a sequential process flow. The flowchart approach to any process is to divide it into some sequential actions. What makes a flow chart so popular and clear to make out is the set of standard flowchart symbols that has the same reading independently from processes described with their applying. The current drawing represents the vector library containing the pack of standard flowchart symbols. This library is supplied with ConceptDraw Flowcharts solution.
Picture: Flow Chart Symbols
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Picture Graphs solution from the Graphs and Charts Area is the best choice for making professional looking pictures of graphs and colorful picture graphs.
Picture: Pictures of Graphs
There are many ways to define the flow of information within a system. Structured-systems analysis method often uses data flow diagrams to show data flow, data storages and data processing visualization. These diagrams are easy to develop and quite useful.
Here is a dataflow diagram presenting an example of the manufacturing process flow. The oval process shapes represent a process that controls data within the current system. The process may produce data or make some action based on data. Data flows are represented by lines. They show the movement of information through the system. The direction of the data flow is depicted by the arrow. The external entities are shown by rectangles. They represent the external entities interacting with the system. The data store objects (unclosed rectangles) are used to show data bases participating in a process flow.
Picture: Data Flow Diagram
A pie chart is a circular diagram showing a set of data divided into proportional slices. There are several variations of this chart such as donut chart, exploded pie chart, multi-level pie charts. Although it is not very informative when a ring chart or circle chart has many sections, so choosing a low number of data points is quite important for a useful pie chart.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software with Pie Charts solution helps to create pie and donut charts for effective displaying proportions in statistics, business and mass media for composition comparison, i.e. for visualization of part percentage inside one total.
Picture: Pie Chart Software
Meeting ice hockey rules one should learn ice hockey rink terms, lines, zones etc. ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is an advanced drawing software that allows you produce ice hockey rink depiction of any complexity, from simple sketch drawing to detailed one as on example below.
Picture: Ice Hockey Rink Dimensions
A flowchart is a powerful tool for examining processes. It helps improving processes a lot, as it becomes much easier to communicate between involved people, to identify potential problems and to optimize workflow. There are flowcharts of different shapes, sizes and types of flowchart vary from quite basic process flowcharts to complex program flowcharts. Nevertheless, all these diagrams use the same set of special symbols like arrows to connect blocks, parallelogram to show data receiving or rectangles for showing process steps.
Basic flowcharts are used to represent a simple process algorithm. A basic flowchart notation consists of rectangles (business processes), arrows (the flow of information, documents, etc.). The same notation is used in items such as the "decision", which allow you to do the branching. To indicate the start of the entire business process and its termination can be used the "Terminator" element. The advantages of Basic Flowchart are simplicity and clarity. With it you can quickly describe the business process steps. Creating of Basic Flowchart does not require any special knowledge, as easily understand by employees with different levels of education and IQ.
Picture: Types of Flowchart - Overview
Automatically create a presentation-quality diagram in one click with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM.
Picture: Visual Presentations Made Easy with Diagramming Software