Charts & graphs slide templates (easy
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Use free creative charts & graphs templates for modern professionals. Impress everyone with interactive presentation slides beyond your same-old PowerPoint

Charts, diagrams & infograpgics by type

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Timeline with charts
Timeline with charts
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Project timeline
Project timeline
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Comparison charts
Comparison charts
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Line graph
Line graph
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Donut chart
Donut chart
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Types of presentation charts and graphs used in business

  1. Bar charts
  2. Line charts
  3. Pie charts
  4. Scatterplots
  5. Area charts
  6. Bubble charts
  7. Gantt charts
  8. Heatmaps
  9. Waterfall charts

What makes a good graph presentation?

A good graph presentation uses data visualization to tell a compelling story. The graph or chart must tell a comprehensive story that supports your presentation’s specific narrative. It’s not enough to use a generic chart ppt template. Even the most creative PowerPoint graphs or creative chart presentations won’t work in every case using the free template.

What are the critical components of successful presentation charts?

  1. Easy to understand, legible, and consistent titles and labels
  2. Candid and proportional visual representation of data
  3. Use of color, area filling, and annotations to emphasize key information
  4. Data accuracy, completeness, and reliability
  5. Minimal needed design to convey the information

Common mistakes when creating presentation charts and graphs

  • Choosing inappropriate charts or graphs for the data
  • Overcomplicating the design with unnecessary features
  • Failing to label or annotate the data effectively
  • Using inconsistent or confusing color schemes
  • Presenting inaccurate or misleading data.

How to choose an appropriate presentation chart or graph for your data?

Whether you’re looking for the best charts for PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Storydoc, you should keep these basic rules of thumb in mind when preparing your data for visual presentation.

  1. Consider the type of data you have (for example, categorical, numerical, etc.)
  2. Think about the message you want to convey and the story you want to tell
  3. Consider the audience and their level of familiarity with charts and graphs
  4. Choose a chart appropriate for the size and complexity of the data set
  5. Consider the aesthetics and readability of the chart

How to present complex data using charts and graphs?

  • Simplify the data by breaking it down into smaller, more manageable parts
  • Use multiple charts to convey different aspects of the data
  • Use labels, legends, and annotations to clarify the data
  • Use interactive charts to allow users to explore the data on their own

What makes these presentation charts and graphs effective?

Chart PowerPoint templates are a dime a dozen, they all look good but are hard to understand and extract valuable information. The templates on this page are built for telling a story with data.

They are animated and interactive, which helps them grab attention and get the reader involved. These presentation chart slide templates are mobile-friendly and behave perfectly on every device.

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