Find the right chart and graph for your data
Bar Chart Create a bar graph to track changes over time, identify best-to-worst performers, or rank values from largest to smallest.
Column Chart Make a column graph to display all kinds of business, financial, and logistical data, and represent negative values more effectively.
Line Chart Use a line graph to visualize progress over time or distance by connecting continuous data points with line segments.
Stacked Bar Chart Build a stacked bar graph to create layers within your bars, and show how sub-groups contribute to each category's total.
Stacked Column Chart Use a stacked column graph to depict increasing values – like dates or income groups – while also including subgroups within your columns.
Area Chart Create an area graph to compare related groups within a category, and present part-to-whole relationships as they change over time.
Stacked Area Chart Create a stacked area graph to track parts of a whole over time, and to analyze trends like page visits by source, or revenue vs expenses.
Pie Chart & Donut Chart Use a pie or donut graph to show categories as slices and percentages – and make part-to-whole relationships easy to grasp.
Funnel Chart Make a funnel chart to analyze the progressive stages of a process or procedure to identify problems and remove bottlenecks.
And experiment freely With a click, you can explore a variety of beautiful data visualizations to find just the right one for your audience and information!