What is a Waterfall chart?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

An average waterfall chart is utilized to indicate how an initial value is expanded and diminished by a series of intermediate values, prompting a final value. A waterfall chart is a type of information perception that helps in understanding the total impact of consecutively presented positive or negative values. These values can either be time-dependent or category based. The waterfall chart is known by another name, which is called a flying bricks graph or Mario outline because of the obvious suspension of sections (bricks) in mid-air.

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