The census data set we’ll use in this example is the change in population of the United States from 2010 through 2015.
If you want to compare multiple data sets, it’s best to stick with bar or column charts.
Moving on to line charts requires a new set of data because line charts and other similar chart types tend to be time-dependent.
This chart can be thought of as a line graph and a pie chart combined into one.
You can see the percentage breakdown of the categorized data as that data changes over time.
This is a nice, small subset of data that allows for simple charting.