What is a Bubble Chart?
A bubble chart uses multiple variables to represent data points in the form of bubbles. The first two variables help in plotting the data on the x-axis and the y-axis. The third variable shows the size of the bubble. Each point in this chart is compared to the scatter plot.
Why Do You Need It?
A bubble plot is required to visualize our messy and raw data, which makes sure to show an effective result in gripping each data category in just one sight. The area of bubbles in this chart is proportional to the data of that category that is representing the bubble. Make sure to use bubble charts when a few categories are given.
What Type of Data You Can Visualize With It?
A Bubble chart is often a perfect three-variable data. For example, you have a dataset in which two variables are GDP And life expectancy at birth, which we utilize for plotting the data on the X-Y plane. A third variable that is population gives size to the bubble additionally, the color of the bubble can visualize the continents.
Steps to Use Bubble with One of the Best Data Visualization Plugin – Graphina
First of all, open the Graphina and drag out the bubble chart.
After dragging out the bubble chart, go to the chart settings.
You can resize your card by changing the height.
You are also having an option on the toolbar, that you can turn on and off at period.
An option is also available for label settings, which you can also turn on and off at a specific time.
In this, you can also add opacity to the bubbles.
You can also add a 3d effect to the bubble by turning on the button on the 3d chart.
One reminder Graphina comes with –
- 1000+ Variations
- 15+ Unique Charts
- 100+ Customization Options
Few benefits to gain from Graphina –
- No coding Knowledge Required
- Multiple Google Fonts
- Real-time Customization