Below you will find a selection of charts you can make with Datylon. Learn more about each chart and discover new design tips!
Similar to a bar chart and its variants, but this one is vertical.
Displays part-to-whole relationships in a column chart.
Frequently used chart for comparing multiple series.
Too many categories for a bar chart? Use a lollipop chart and focus on the data value.
Compare two sets of data. Up-down, left-right. Easy peasy.
Excellent for creating population pyramids.
A well-known standard. But can be styled to the smallest detail to add your own signature.
A variant of a line chart. Ideal to show changes in rank over time.
Compare two data points. Or show "before and after". Slope charts are easy to read and ideal to convince.
Visualizing numerical values per category in a very space-efficient way.
Emphasize the area between axis and line with colors.
A type of an area chart showing a part-to-whole relationship.
A beautiful variation of a stacked area chart with a central baseline instead of a fixed axis.
Represents the distribution of a numeric value. Kind of a smooth histogram.
The swiss knife of data visualization. Used to find correlations and identify patterns.
Add a third dimension to a scatter plot. Enjoy the bubbles.
Visualizes the distribution of several categorical variables.
Show data variances by color, hue or intensity unveiling obvious visual cues.
A circular graph that visualizes a part-to-whole relationship.
Similar to a pie chart, but with center space to include more information.
Often used as a more stylish alternative for a gauge.
Florence Nightingale's heritage. Kind of a stacked bar chart wrapped in a pie chart.
Shows a range between two values as well as the direction of the changes.
Shows a range between two values for a number of different categories.
Great for comparing wide-ranged variables. Different icon types and data-driven coloring can add a different dimension.
An easy to interpret chart with sorted multiple icons representing the same value.
A bar in a bar. Designed to benchmark against a target value and ranges. Versatile and so space efficient.
Treemap is perfect for visualizing hierarchical structures in a compact way.
Make your chart reusable and add titles, annotations, or complete text blocks driven by data.
Some data deserves special attention. Contact us for custom charts.