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Choose Chart Types Carefully
Choose Chart Types Carefully

Choose Chart Types Carefully


Line charts might look trendier but they don't apply to every case.

When the x-axis has limited options, a bar chart is the most appropriate graph type.

Plus, the line chart might introduce false intermediate values.

For the specific example, let's say that you only had data for the total monthly orders (not individual days)

The line chart makes the data look daily, which is incorrect!

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The classic tooltip is activated once the user hovers over the element... On desktop, this works perfectly! However mobile devices don't support the hover effect To deal with this, add a clickable help icon next to your button. When the mobile user taps on the icon, show the complementary tooltip text.


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