A time-series plot displays the time-based frequency of a variable in a graph. The y-axis (vertical) will display number-based variables you choose. Colors will distinguish the variables if you choose more than one. The x-axis (horizontal) will always display a time period.

A scatter plot displays two variables on a graph. Both the y-axis (vertical) and x-axis (horizontal) will display number-based variables you choose. If you choose a category variable, the information will appear as you mouse over a point in your graph.

A histogram displays the frequency of a variable in a bar chart. The y-axis (vertical) will always display the number of observations. The x-axis (horizontal) will display the number-based and category variables you choose. Colors will distinguish the variables if you choose more than one.

A range-comparison plot (sometimes called a box plot) displays variables in their quartiles, or rectangular-shaped sets of data values. The y-axis (vertical) will display a category variable you choose as a list. If you choose more than one category variable, the information on variable will appear as you mouse over a quartile. The x-axis (horizontal) will display a number-based variable you choose.

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