# Blog

### Why and when to use a Spider and Radar Chart?

Spider or Radar chart is named so because of their shape. This chart looks like a spider-web, on which data is arranged to form different

### Why do we need Comparison charts?

Comparison charts, as the name indicates are used to compare data of different fields using different parameters. These charts are also known as comparison diagrams.

### Overview on Gauge Charts

Gauge charts are very similar to Pie charts, with the inclusion of needle to indicate the data points. They are also called angular gauge charts

### Histogram and their uses

A histogram is very similar to bar charts. This chart is a combination of a line chart and a vertical bar chart. The data here

### Scatter Charts: Why and when to use it

Unlike other charts, that uses lines or bars this chart only uses markers or dots. Scatter charts are known by different names, scatter graph, scatter

### All about Bar Charts and their uses

Bar Charts or Bar graphs are those graphs where we find many bars of different colors and lengths arranged in a straight line. These charts

### All about Doughnut Charts and their uses

Doughnut Charts, as the name makes you think, has a doughnut-shaped figure. They are basically the same as Pie Charts, with just a hole in

### Why use a Pie Chart?

Pie charts have been known as the most fun chart to convey data. It is simple to draw, and the information can be easily conveyed

### A Beginner’s Guide to Area Charts and Its Uses

Area charts or graphs are very similar and are roughly based on line charts. They are drawn the same way, the only difference being the