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Smart Charts

In today’s big data world, it is very important that you organise and present your data properly. Without it, the data collected cannot give you a good interpretation. Representing data in charts can help in identifying and solving your problems. Let’s find out more about the bar graphs, tally marks and frequency distribution in the topics below.

FAQs on Smart Charts

Question 1: State the different types of charts?

Answer: There are numerous types of charts and graphs. And the most common are the line graphs, histograms, pie charts, and Cartesian graphs. Generally, each one of them represents a different type of data and is best suitable for different things.

Question 2: Is a table a chart?

Answer: The table refers to the representation of data or information in rows and columns. On the other hand, a chart is a graphical representation of data or information in symbols such as bars, lines, and slices. Furthermore, a table can be simple or multi-dimensional whereas charts are of different types.

Question 3: What is the use of charts?

Answer: Often we use the chart to ease understanding of large quantities of data and the relationships between parts of data. Also, we can read them more quickly than raw data. In addition, we use them in different fields.

Question 4: What is a table chart?

Answer: Table chart refers to the arranging of data in rows and columns. Moreover, the use of tables is persuasive throughout all communication, research, and data analysis. Furthermore, tables appear in handwritten notes, print media, architectural ornamentation, computer software, traffic sign, and many other places.

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