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What is easy to perceive? Width or height?

Let say I have to show the difference between two values then what will be the best to show the values horizontally or vertically. Edit: I need to know in which graph it would be easier to compare ...
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1answer
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How to color curves in a Timeseries Chart?

I have a realtime timeseries chart which should show a variety of values. To make it mor clear: It should contain values for a solar park. Therefore I have stuff like Voltage, Current, Power (absolute ...
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2answers
130 views

Real time filtering vs Apply filters button?

We are integrating a BI tool into our maintenance system and I am currently evaluating two viable products to put forward as a recommendation. One item where these tools differ is their filtering ...
3
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1answer
231 views

Innovative pie chart? Is there any graph that can be used instead of pie chart?

I have been trying to find solution for coming up with a better pie chart for couple of reasons. Overlaying #% (text) on top of tiny portion of piechart wasn't really working in my opinion. Also, ...
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1answer
103 views

Graph overlay that doesn't obscure the data

I'm building an app that renders a line graph of the user's wellness over time. (For example:) It also needs to mark the days they took medication. Originally, I wanted to place a dot at the ...
3
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2answers
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What's a pie chart alternative that continues to occupy a predictable amount of screen space? [closed]

Pie charts have many problems. Among them: Hard for humans to visually distinguish between slices of similar but different sizes. Nearly impossible to effectively label with more than 5-7 pieces ...