The Column Graph tool (J) creates graphs that compare values using vertical columns.
Stacked Column Graph tool
The Stacked Column Graph tool creates graphs that are similar to column graphs, but stacks the columns on top of one another, instead of side by side. This graph type is useful for showing the relationship of parts to the total.
Bar Graph tool
The Bar Graph tool creates graphs that are similar to column graphs, but positions the bars horizontally instead of vertically.
Stacked Bar Graph tool
The Stacked Bar Graph tool creates graphs that are similar to stacked column graphs, but stacks the bars horizontally instead of vertically.
Line Graph tool
The Line Graph tool creates graphs that use points to represent one or more sets of values, with a different line joining the points in each set. This type of graph is often used to show the trend of one or more subjects over a period of time.
Area Graph tool
The Area Graph tool creates graphs that are similar to line graphs, but emphasizes totals as well as changes in values.
Scatter Graph tool
The Scatter Graph tool creates graphs that plot data points as paired sets of coordinates along the x and y axes. Scatter graphs are useful for identifying patterns or trends in data. They also can indicate whether variables affect one another.
Pie Graph tool
The Pie Graph tool creates circular graphs whose wedges represent the relative percentages of the values compared.
Radar Graph tool
The Radar Graph tool creates graphs that compare sets of values at given points in time or in particular categories, and is displayed in a circular format. This type of graph is also called a web graph.