A graphic timeline is a very effective way to visualize information over time. Whether for project management purposes or to outline historical events, you can plot time-related information as a sequence of points, whereas the length of the interspaces is proportional to the temporal duration of the periods in between the main events.
Our timeline vizzard allows you to set the granularity (the organization of the information) as exact dates, weeks, months, quarters or years. In case you just want to plot a sequence of events without defining the time, choose here the option ‘none.’ After determining the granularity, you can quickly add a list of events with their respective titles and short descriptions. You can also re-arrange them by drag and drop.
If representation accuracy is not the highest priority for your graphic, you can optionally evenly distribute the events on the timeline, giving it a cleaner look.