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Spider graphs – radar graphs – are useful to show players statistics better than bars. The best is when they are used for data comparison, because you can visualize the shape of a player. The only problem I see, is that usually for a player you have different data to show with different units measures. In this case the data should be normalized in order to ...


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Use the chart to tell a story, without a story the chart just shows the data that’s already in the table, but then in a less readable way. I can only make a guess what that story should be, but I assume that it is about telling the difference between the total of emails that were attempted to be sent, the amount of sent/received emails and the ones that got ...


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Stacked bar charts might also work, especially if you want to visually compare multiple campaigns. But I agree that the labels/values shown in your pie chart might not be helpful to the end users. Some people might consider a bounce a failure. Clarification on the data set will help you determine which chart type is most appropriate.


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It seems like you're missing data about what users want to see. Rough guess of what it might be and thing to approach target group with for further feedback and insights of their needs: Some comparsion of recipient groups sizes. Anyhow. Just a number could be enough. See a pie chart for recipients (100%). This would display successfully sent emails (80%) ...


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Although @locationunknown has provided one way of doing it, I am not sure how practical or required it would be for your purpose. That approach is widely seen in movie, audio editors where you need to dive deep down to edit bits and pieces and then zoom out to see the effect on a larger scale. Definitely it will provide you highest level of control on your ...


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The one I'd use would be similar to the reputation bar chart that can be found in our profiles here in SE. Though I would add finer controls than just drawing the area every time. Drawing the area is fine but with adjustable end points and draggable selection. Ableton is using a similar concept on their Live software, as seen in this video: ...


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Don't overcomplicate it by trying to figure out something neat and cutting edge. People get a simple x- and y-axis with a few lines on it. With the graph below, I can see instantly how the two numbers relate. I can see that in 2001 things went really well, and I can easily point this out when yelling at middle management as to why we still aren't doing that ...



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