Change in Position – Which Chart Should I Use?

As an analyst, I often need to keep track of the change in position of various players in the industry. More often than not, the position change needs to be tracked between two specific points in time - say quarter 1 vs. quarter 2 or perhaps year 1 vs. year 2. In this article we take a look at a few alternative approaches to plotting position changes and find out which one serves us best. ...

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Change in Position - Which Chart Should I Use?

How to Choose a Chart

Posted on 03 July 2009

How to Choose a Chart
How to choose a chart? Which chart would best fit the data set that I have? How do I choose the better chart type from Excel? Finding the right type of chart for the data set that you have can be a bit of a challenge. Given a set of seemingly equivalent alternatives, picking one chart over the other can turn out to be quite an interesting exercise. The chart chooser diagram can help you make a choice in situations ...
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Bump Chart

Posted on 18 June 2009

Bump Chart
Bump charts got their name from “bumps race’”, a term used to refer to a boat race where each boat tries to “bump” the one in front and move up the chart. Bump charts have become quite common of late and are typically used to represent changes in the position of a given number of competing entities over a fixed time duration. Bump charts have been featured quite prominently on Kiaser ...
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