Upload your data and generate a bar chart

Bar Chart MakerData Visualization+1

zfickenworth

100 runs

Bar and column charts provide clear comparisons between discrete categories based on a quantitative measure. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationBar Chart+3

Alysha.G

96 runs

Line charts are among the most commonly used types of charts worldwide. They are effective at showing overall trends or progress over time. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationTemporal Data+3

Alysha.G

60 runs

Stacked bar graphs show the composition of different categories within a dataset. Each bar represents the total amount, with segments within the bar representing the categories and their relative contributions to the total. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationPart-to-Whole+3

Alysha.G

45 runs

A flowchart is a visual representation of a process, workflow, or system. It uses symbols and arrows to signify a sequence of steps, decisions, or actions. Create your own with this workflow!

FlowchartGraph Maker+1

Alysha.G

32 runs

Upload your data and generate a line chart

Graph MakerData Visualization+2

zfickenworth

26 runs

A geographic heat map illustrates where points are most concentrated within a specific geographic location by using colours to represent density. This type of map is useful for highlighting patterns, trends, and hotspots in spatial data. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationGraph Maker+2

Alysha.G

22 runs

A pie chart is a circular statistical graph divided into slices to illustrate the relative proportions of different categories within a dataset. Create your own with this workflow!

Pie ChartPart-to-Whole+3

Alysha.G

21 runs

A candlestick chart is a financial visualization used to analyze price movements of an asset, derivative, or currency. It is commonly used in technical analysis to predict market trends. Create your own with this workflow!

Temporal DataCandlestick Chart+2

Alysha.G

20 runs

Donut charts are similar to pie charts, but they have a hole in the center of the circle, giving them their name. This inner circle’s removal allows for the additional information to be displayed in the chart. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationWhole-to-Part+3

Alysha.G

16 runs

A Gantt chart is a visual tool used in project management to plan and track the progress of tasks. It displays individual tasks or activities along a timeline, highlighting their scheduled start and end dates. Create your own using this workflow!

Data VisualizationTemporal Data+2

Alysha.G

15 runs

A jitter plot is similar to scatter plot but introduces intentional random dispersions of points – referred to as ‘jittering’ – along one axis to prevent overlapping. This technique helps to reveal the density and distribution of data points that would otherwise overlap. Create your own using this workflow!

Distribution DataData Visualization+2

Alysha.G

14 runs

Correlation graphs are used to visualize relationships between variables, showing how one variable changes in relation to another. Create your own correlation matrix and heatmap!

Data VisualizationCorrelation+2

Alysha.G

14 runs

Dendrograms are tree-like diagrams that illustrate the arrangement of clusters formed by a specific hierarchical structure. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationDendrogram+2

Alysha.G

13 runs

A stream graph displays changes in the magnitude of categorical data over time. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationStream Graph+2

Alysha.G

12 runs

A histogram is used to display the distribution of a dataset by dividing it into intervals, or bins, and counting the data points that fall into each interval. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationDistribution Data+2

Alysha.G

12 runs

Simple, clean templated workflow for creating a pie chart.

Data VisualizationPie Chart+2

zfickenworth

11 runs

A density plot measures the probability distribution of a continuous variable. By providing a smooth curve that represents the distribution of data points over a range, it helps readers to identify patterns, trends, and the overall shape of the distribution.

Data VisualizationIris Dataset+3

Alysha.G

11 runs

A choropleth map is a thematic map where areas are shaded or patterned based on the values of a variable, such as population density, income level, or election results. Colours are used to represent different densities or magnitudes, which provides a clear comparative visual between spatial data distributions. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationGraph Maker+3

Alysha.G

9 runs

Area charts are a type of data visualizations used to represent quantitative data and illustrate how values change over a period of time. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationTemporal Data+2

Alysha.G

9 runs

A boxplot, or box-and-whiskers plot, is a standardized method for displaying the distribution of a dataset. It highlights five key aspects: the minimum value, the first quartile (Q1), median, third quartile (Q3), and the maximum value. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationDistribution Data+3

Alysha.G

8 runs

A contour plot is another technique that is used for visualizing data distributions and densities within a two dimensional field. A surface plot is a diagram of three-dimensional data. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationCorrelation+3

Alysha.G

8 runs

A bubble chart is a data visualization technique that displays multiple dimensions of data in a two-dimensional plot. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationCorrelation+2

Alysha.G

8 runs

A beeswarm chart visualizes data points along a single axis, with dots representing each individual datapoint. Create your own using this workflow!

Distribution DataData Visualization+2

Alysha.G

7 runs

Also known as age-sex pyramids, population pyramids are visualizations that display the gender distribution of a population. Create your own with this workflow!

Data VisualizationPart-to-Whole+3

Alysha.G

5 runs

A network diagram is a visualization tool used to show connections between multiple different elements, illustrating how different entities (nodes) are connected to one another. Create your own with this workflow!

Network DiagramOrganization+1

Alysha.G

4 runs

Hexagonal binning is a technique used for large, dense datasets with continuous numerical data in two dimensions. It helps display the distribution and density of points, particularly useful when overplotting occurs, making it difficult to identify trends. Create your own with this workflow!

CorrelationHexagonal Binning+2

Alysha.G

3 runs

Process Accounting data related to ResearchHub's $RSC token balance sheet

AccountingData Visualization+1

DreamBrook Labs

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