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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Learn the three simple step to choosing the right chart.

Map


Maps, such as tile maps or honeycomb maps, are used to display geographic composition for categorical data.
The demo below visualizes the composition of the Provinces of China:

Good to know

Pros:

  • A tilemap is a delightful and stylish designed chart.
  • A tilemap offers a quick geographic overview of the dataset.
  • A tilemap renders all the areas with the same size to allow equal visibility for all areas regarding the original areas’ sizes.
  • A tilemap´s compact shape makes it an effective chart to leverage in dashboards and small screens.

Cons:

  • A tilemap can never fully represent a real geographic map as a result that the borders between areas could be altered or misplaced due to the nature of the tile (hexagone).
  • A tilemap could be complex to understand if it doesn't respect the shape of the original geographic map.

Information

Learn more about how to create a tile map.