Chart Chooser

The Chart Chooser tool helps you narrow down chart choices based on your data type and objective.

Find your chart based on your data type and objective

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If you are aware of your data type and objective, jump straight to the Chart Chooser tool and start having fun.

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Map


Maps are used to display categorical data relationships.
The demo below illustrates the relationship between the South Korean domestic flights between airports on a map. The demo uses simple links with colors to visualize links between airports:

Good to know

Pros:

  • A map is an engaging chart.
  • A map is simple to understand.
  • An interactive map is easier to gain insights compared to a static map.

Cons:

  • A map with too many datasets could be hard to read.

Accessibility

A map can be accessible to suit visually impaired users. By using common sense to select the right colors, sizes, and options to highlight relationship among the elements.

Information

Learn more about how to create maps.