Data visualization

Our charts style visualizes data in a simple yet vibrant way in order to make data tangible.

Comparisonlink

When we face data, the regular question should be what is the difference between different parts. Charts can contribute a clear view for better understanding the data.

Among items
One variable per item

Bar chart

Bar chart

Column chart

Column chart
Two variables per item

Variable width column chart

Variable width column chart
Over time
Few periods

Column chart

Column chart

Line chart

Line chart
Many periods

Circular area chart

Circular area chart

Line chart

Line chart

Compositionlink

Composition helps you find how the different parts compose the total. It also indicates the differences and relatives among them. For example: company market share and a few key points in the market.

Changing over time

Few periods

Stacked 100% column chart

Stacked 100% column chart

Stacked column chart

Stacked column chart
Many periods

Stacked 100% area chart

Stacked 100% area chart

Stacked area chart

Stacked area chart

Static

Pie chart

Pie chart

Waterfall chart

Waterfall chart

Stacked 100% column chart with subcomponents

Stacked 100% column chart with subcomponents

Distributionlink

In addition to comparing two data entries plotted against one dimension, you can also distribute the data by adding one more dimension as series. This adds another level of analysis and you can find deeper insights. For example, visualise profit & loss over time and per region. Here are few examples:

Single variable

Column histogram

Column histogram

Line histogram

Line histogram

Two variables

Scatter chart

Scatter chart

Relationshiplink

Data visualization also should help user find the relationship, correlation, and potential connections. Our components can demonstrate those concepts.

Two variables

Scatter chart

Scatter chart

Three variables

Bubble chart

Bubble chart