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How to Draw an Area Chart in ConceptDraw PRO

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How to Draw an Area Chart in ConceptDraw PRO

Area chart is similar to a line chart, but an area chart has an area, commonly filled with color below the line. The applying of Line charts and area charts are also very similar. They both show continuity across a data set. They are both can be used for displaying time series data and for depicting tendencies better than separate values, but they have some different characteristics. Using the proper one is good chance to show once again a professionalism of your graphic documents. An area chart depicts a colored area below the line. The sum on the vertical axis of an area chart represents the entire value, while the height of each separate piece shows its parts. Area charts are used to display multiple data series with proportion to a whole value , or for separate data series showing a set of countable values, or cumulative data. Read more
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How to Create a Release Burn-Down Chart Using ConceptDraw PRO

The Agile methodology provides project teams the ability to quickly adapt the project to the current situation and thus achieve maximum productivity. According the Scrum method the steps needed to fulfill the project goal breaks down by using short sprints or iterations. The iterations together with an extensive collaboration can increase productivity by better understanding the entire flow of a project. A release burn-down chart is used to track a progress on a Scrum project. The ConceptDraw Scrum Workflow Solution makes it easy for Agile project team to build any professional Scrum diagram such as a Release velocity chart, Release burn-down chart, Sprint burn-down chart, or a Team velocity chart. Read more