This topic describes the types of line charts and their examples.
A line chart consists of a horizontal axis that represents categories and a vertical axis that represents values. A line chart can be used to analyze the trend of changes over time, especially in the scenario where the data trend is more important than data values. Therefore, a line chart is suitable to show the trend of changes over equal intervals, for example, months, quarters, and fiscal years.
- Line chart
- Stacked line chart
- 100% stacked line chart
- Line chart with markers
- Stacked line chart with markers
- 100% stacked line chart with markers