A waterfall chart is used to show how an initial value is increased and/or decreased by a series of intermediate values, leading to a final value.
Halloween just went by and it is Diwali this week in India – which means there are a lot of sweets around. I am on a no-sugar diet now, so… Read More
Visualizing Survey DataWorking back to back on 3 survey visualization projects, I have come to realise that visualizing survey data can be pretty standard for the most part. Yes, every… Read More
In this tutorial, we will see how to add conditional colouring to scatterplots in Excel. I came across this trick when I was creating scatterplots for an article on Gestalt… Read More
A clustered bar chart is one of the most commonly used representations to compare change through time. A clustered bar chart, though a good option to compare values, does not… Read More
Bullet Charts were developed by Stephen Few to replace the meters and gauges that are often used in business dashboards.Here is one such dashboard from Oracle BI Discoverer tool.The idea… Read More
When I came across this graph in the Economic Times this morning, I thought to myself there are so many ways in which bar charts can be used for comparisons,… Read More