Shifting Paradigms: From Static to Dynamic Graphs
This graph is used to represent a sequence of numbers or data points as a line. It is often used to show how different variables change over a period of time like stock prices, sales figures, etc. A linear graph can be used to show the correlation between two or more variables at the same time with the help of a line graph. A linear graph can have as many line graphs as you want, but the number of variables that change over time should be kept to a minimum. You can also use a linear graph to show the cause-and-effect relationship between two or more variables.
A combo chart is a combination of two or more graphs, such as a line graph and a bar graph. This type of graph combines different data sets in a single graph to present complex information more clearly. For example, you can create a combo chart with a line graph and a bar graph. The line graph can represent the change in data over time and the bar graph can represent additional data on a single axis. You can use this type of graph to plot two or more variables on the same axes to show a cause-and-effect relationship. You can also use a combo chart to plot a combination of variables where the plot is too complex to fit on a single line graph.
This is a graph that scrolls horizontally or vertically as new information is added. It is used to show a sequence of numbers or data points that increase over time. It is often used by marketers to show the growth in a metric over a period of time like the number of paying customers, the total revenue generated, etc. The scrolling graph can be updated as new data is generated to reflect the new values in the graph. You can use this type of graph for other scenarios as well, like showing the availability of resources, etc.