Line or Area Chart BETA VERSION
- Multiple series
- Straight line segments or smoothly interpolated curves
- Lines or filled areas
- Custom date/number formats and colors
- Adjustable min/max values for y-axis
- Optional labeling of individual values
What is a line graph? And what is the difference to an area chart?
In a line chart or line graph, the data points of a time series are plotted along the x-axis in a chronological order and connected by a continuous line which reveals trends over time.
In an area chart, the area between the x-axis and the time series line is filled with colors.
Both charts can be used to visualize one single time series or to compare multiple series over the same period.
How to make a line or an area chart with Vizzlo?
Making a great-looking line or area graph with Vizzlo is easy:
- On the tab “DATA” of the sidebar, click on the button “SERIES” to name your time series. If necessary, add new rows.
- Use the spreadsheet to enter your data quickly.
- Before, pasting your data into Vizzlo’s spreadsheet, make sure the date and number formats are matching your data source. Click on the “wheel” icons of the columns to set the number formatting.
- Explore the customization options of the tab “APPEARANCE” to choose your display preferences and refine the look of the chart.
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