Charts and graphs

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English: Some examples of various types of charts and graphs.
See also: Diagrams, Commons:Chart and graph resources, Category:Information graphics.

Other galleries[edit]

There is some overlap between charts and graphs. Many types of charts and graphs are shown and explained in these galleries:

Types of charts and graphs:

Categories[edit]

See these categories:

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Charts

and especially the "by type" subcategories:

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Overlap between charts and graphs[edit]

Here are some examples of overlap:

Area charts[edit]

See Category:Area charts. An area chart displays quantitative data graphically. It is based on the line chart. A line chart is a type of graph, created by connecting a series of data points together with a line. In an area chart the area between axis and line are commonly emphasized with colors, textures and hatchings. This makes it similar to a bar chart.

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