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A line graph, sometimes known as a line chart or run chart, is represented by a series of data points that are connected with a single straight line. Line charts are usually used to plot changes over a continuous interval or time. Rather than show the amount of change, they are best for showing the rate or flow of change over time. Best of all, it couldn’t be easier to create a profession line chart with Displayr’s line graph maker. Usually, the y-axis of a line graph has a quantitative value, while the x-axis is a timescale or a sequence of intervals. Line charts are one of the most classic and enduring of all data visualization chart types, being both one of the most recognizable and difficult to get wrong. Line charts are also fairly easy on the eye and simple to interpret.
The direction of the lines on the graph makes for a lovely metaphor that’s intuitive to understand: an upward slope of the line indicates that the values have increased whereas a downward slope shows where the values have decreased. Furthermore, any patterns in the line graph should immediately be obvious and reveal trends in the dataset. You can also plot more than one data series or variable on a line graph to compare them to one another. Displayr’s line graph maker makes it easy to customize colors and labels for maximum appeal and readability. However, avoid plotting too many lines as this can potentially make the chart cluttered and difficult to read. Don’t forget though, you can create small multiples of line graphs (smaller, individual line graphs for each data series) with our free line graph maker.
Don’t limit yourself to just line graphs though! There is a whole world out there of awesome ways to visualize your data. Whether it’s pie charts (another classic!) or Sankey diagrams or the always cool scatterplots, Displayr can help you transform your data into whatever story you want to tell! And just like the bar charts, you can customize colors, sizes and fonts and have a play with Displayr’s cool features. Even better, combine different visualizations to create a truly impressive infographic or presentation. What are you waiting for?
Wait, there’s even more! You can take things even a level further up and do all kinds of cool analysis with Displayr’s advanced statistical engine and features. Ready to have machine learning at your fingertips with the click of a button?