In ArcGIS Pro, you can make several types of charts that visualize various characteristics and relationships in tabular data. Tabular data refers to vector or feature data, as well as stand-alone tables.

#### Compare categories and amounts

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Use a bar chart to summarize and compare categorical data. | |

Use a pie chart to visualize part-to-whole relationships using slices to represent proportions. | |

Use a matrix heat chart to visualize relationships between categorical variables. |

#### Explore relationships and correlation

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Use a scatter plot to visualize the relationship between two numeric variables by displaying one variable on the x-axis and the other variable on the y-axis. | |

Use a scatter plot matrix to create a grid of scatter plots visualizing bivariate relationships between combinations of multiple numeric variables. |

#### Visualize distributions and frequency

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Use a histogram to visualize the distribution of values in a numeric variable by grouping numbers into bins and measuring the frequency of those groups. | |

Use a box plot to visualize and compare the distribution and central tendency of numeric values through their quartiles. | |

Use a QQ plot to assess the similarity between the distribution of two numeric variables or between one numeric variable and a standard normal distribution. |

#### Visualize change over time or distance

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Use a line chart to visualize change over a continuous range, such as time or distance. | |

Use a data clock to visualize seasonal or cyclical patterns and trends over time. | |

Use a calendar heat chart to visualize yearly or weekly patterns in temporal data. | |

Use a profile graph to visualize change in the elevation of a 3D polyline. |