Visualising Time: A Compendium of Time Series Plots
Joseph Hirschberg () and
Jeanette Lye ()
Australian Economic Review, 2020, vol. 53, issue 2, 270-291
Graphs are important for highlighting relationships within a data series or across several series. Modern computer software has provided flexibility in the construction of graphic displays that would have been impossible with the tools that were available to researchers only a few decades ago. This article illustrates a variety of different graphical presentations for time ordered or time series data that can now be constructed. These include time series plots, bar charts, range plots, radar charts, scatter plots, heat maps and seasonality plots. For each graph type presented, we discuss the best practice for their construction.
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