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As Michael Lai has already said, bar or column charts seem perfect for what you are describing. You can use stacked charts to show the relationships between items within each queue: I threw this together in about 2 minutes using Google Charts and didn't really have the time to go and fiddle with the colours or ordering but you could quite easily show ...


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If you want to avoid any confusion, what you really should do is to separate the two pieces of information that you are trying to show, which is A) Trend status and B) Goal status. Because the trend is relative to previous dataset(s) and the goal is absolute to a given number (at least that's what I would assume), it is easy to misinterpret the information ...


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It has already been pointed out in the comments, but I'll provide an answer to elaborate on some of the points made. As you know, line graphs connect data points that have a relationship between successive values, such that taken as a whole they can reveal trends or patterns over another variable (generally temporal like time). If your focus is on the ...



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