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A product roadmap is typically performed in the formation of a Gantt chart – a model of horizontal bar chart that represents the duration and timing of an amount of jobs or initiatives in all one area.
Timeline charts (vertical example)
A timeline is a type of chart which visually shows a series of events in chronological order over a linear timescale. The power of a timeline is that it is graphical, which makes it easy to understand critical milestones, such as the progress of a project schedule.
Gantt for Task Management
A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart that illustrates a project schedule, named after its inventor, Henry Gantt, who designed such a chart around the years 1910–1915. Modern Gantt charts also show the dependency relationships between activities and current schedule status.
Gantt for Production
This generic production Gantt chart example shows what a typical manufacturing process might look like. Using a Production chart to layout out the steps involved in manufacturing helps streamline the project, maximizing throughput
Cohort analysis is a subset of behavioral analytics that takes the data from a given dataset and rather than looking at all users as one unit, it breaks them into related groups for analysis. These related groups, or cohorts, usually share common characteristics or experiences within a defined time-span.
Matrix chart shows relationships between two or more variables in a data set in grid format. Essentially, the matrix chart is a table made up of rows and columns that present data visually and can be seen as the visual equivalent of a crosstabulation that divides data between the variables.
Binning is a technique of data aggregation used for grouping a dataset of N values into less than N discrete groups. The simplest binning method uses hexagon tiles instead of classic squares, and for most purposes this suffices, taking advantage of its computational simplicity.
A co-occurrence matrix or co-occurrence distribution is a matrix that is defined over an image to be the distribution of co-occurring pixel values at a given offset. The offset, is a position operator that can be applied to any pixel in the image: for instance, could indicate "one down, two right".
The distribution plot is suitable for comparing range and distribution for groups of numerical data. The distribution plot visualizes the distribution of data. It is not relevant for detailed analysis of the data as it deals with a summary of the data distribution
A scatter plot is a two-dimensional data visualization that uses dots to represent the values obtained for two different variables - one plotted along the x-axis and the other plotted along the y-axis. For example this scatter plot shows the height and weight of a fictitious set of children.
A bullet graph is a variation of a bar graph developed by Stephen Few. Seemingly inspired by the traditional thermometer charts and progress bars found in many dashboards, the bullet graph serves as a replacement for dashboard gauges and meters
A candlestick chart (also called Japanese candlestick chart) is a style of financial chart used to describe price movements of a security, derivative, or currency. Each "candlestick" typically shows one day, thus a one-month chart may show the 20 trading days as 20 "candlesticks".
In information visualization and computing, treemapping is a method for displaying hierarchical data using nested figures, usually rectangles.
A variant of the polar area chart is the spie chart designed by Dror Feitelson. This superimposes a normal pie chart with a modified polar area chart to permit the comparison of two sets of related data. The base pie chart represents the first data set in the usual way, with different slice sizes.
A radar chart is a graphical method of displaying multivariate data in the form of a two-dimensional chart of three or more quantitative variables represented on axes starting from the same point. The relative position and angle of the axes is typically uninformative
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