Line graphs show how a continuous variable changes over time, for example, get trends in sales or profit margins each month, quarter, or year.
The variable that measures time is plotted on the x-axis. The continuous variable is plotted on the y-axis.
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A bar chart shows the counts of values for levels of a categorical or nominal variable. A bar graph displays data in a number of bars, each representing a particular category. The height of each bar is proportional to the specified aggregation.
Radar charts are a way to show multiple data points and the variation between them. This is useful for comparing points from two or more different data sets.
A pie chart shows the relationships of parts to the whole for a variable. Pie charts help you understand the parts-to-a-whole relationship.
Doughnut chart is a circular graphic which is used to show the proportions of categorical data, with the size of each piece representing the proportion of each category.
If you are looking for more advanced options, try Bootstrap Charts from MDBootstrap.