Line graphs, or line charts, connect continuous data points using straight line segments. They are most often used – in business, finance, sales, marketing, and the experimental sciences – to visualize progress over time or distance.

Like area charts, line graphs can help teams analyze trends, track critical metrics, evaluate performance, identify urgent issues, make timely decisions – and plan for the future.

Typical examples of line charts include population growth, stock prices, company EPS, unemployment rates, weather data, retail trends, pollution levels, daily web traffic, health markers, and sales performance.

Multi-line graphs – plotting several data series at once – can be used to compare the performance of different groups and follow simultaneous trends.

Select from our line chart templates. Then, add your own data and customize their look to fit your team’s requirements:

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Your diagrams and flowcharts don’t have to remain in a silo. You can quickly link them to other visual assets like wireframes, mockups, charts, and graphs – all within the same Moqups project!

Moqups lets your team create their own workflow – and go where the project takes them – by removing the blocks, barriers, and obstacles of single-purpose apps.