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Infographics on learning about what are types of graphs with respect to education in Line Graph, Bar Graph, Pictographs, Pie Charts, Organizational Charts, Flow Charts, Bubble Chart, Area Graphs, Waterfall Chart...
Via Susan Bainbridge
Different ways to graphically illustrate data.
...Mostly people create these charts through computer applications. A few presenters use web applications since there has been a recent emergence of online diagram creators. But if you are always on the go and you need a highly accessible diagram creator, then you should go for the smart device application called Lekh Diagram.
Via Baiba Svenca
I've never tried using diagrams and flow charts, but keep meaning to develop my ideas this way. Usually, the tools of the software need to be learned first and by then, I either typed up the description of my idea or it is forgotten. Maybe this is what I need.