The visualizer module provides seven different chart types, each with different characteristics. You can select the type of your chart by clicking on one of the icons in top left bar titled "Chart type".
Column chart: Chart which displays information as vertical rectangular columns with lengths proportional to the values they represent. Useful eg. for comparing performance of different districts.
Stacked column chart: Chart with vertical rectangular columns where bars representing multiple categories are stacked on top of each other. Useful eg. for displaying trends or sums of related data elements.
Bar chart: Same as column chart, only with horizontal bars.
Stacked bar chart: Same as stacked column chart, only with horizontal bars.
Line chart: Graph wich displays information as a series of points connected by straight lines. Also referred to as time series. Useful eg. to visualize trends in indicator data over multiple time periods.
Area chart: Chart which is based on line chart, with the space between the axis and the line filled with colors and the lines stacked on top of each other. Useful for comparing the trends of related indicators.
Pie chart: Circular chart divided into sectors (or slices). Useful eg. to visualize the proportion of data for individual data elements compared to the total sum of all data elements in the chart.