Some examples of various types of charts
- See also: Diagrams, Commons:Chart and graph resources.
Other galleries 
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:
See these categories:
and especially the "by type" subcategories:
Overlap between charts and graphs 
Here are some examples of overlap:
Area charts 
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.
Relative share of world manufacturing output, 1750-1950. UK, Germany, France, Habsburg, Russia, Italy, United States, Japan.
Timeline. Historical major league slugging average, and contributions to slugging average from (top to bottom) home runs, triples, doubles, and singles.
Numbers of slaves in the USA. Northern States only, 1680 through 1860.
Numbers of slaves in the USA. Chesapeake and Upper South only, 1680 through 1860.
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