Charts and Graphs
A comparison chart is a graphical summary of the comparison analysis, consists of actual (or observed) rates, expected rates, and expected ranges (upper and lower limits) for a given time frame. The expected range describes the degree of certainty that a given point is different from the average score.
Comparison charts do just about what you'd expect them to with a name like that: they're useful for looking a two quantities and determining in what ways they are similar and in what ways they are different. The charts provide guidance about whether it should continue to monitor a process so as to maintain its current level of performance or whether it should try to improve its current performance. Besides, comparison charts help people brainstorm the similarities and differences and assess performance measurement data.
Comparison Chart Software
With the help of pre-defined templates and shapes, a professional-quality and good looking Comparison Chart can be created through Edraw.
It offers an easy way for you to draw, especially for average users who don't know much about drawing. Just use a finished comparison chart in the library and input the data file, Edraw will automatically generate a Comparison Chart for you.
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Comparison Chart Symbols
Comparison chart templates include plenty of special shapes, blank comparison, comparison table, product comparison, check box, progress, priority, 3-state priority, 3-state alert, 6-state status, 4-direction arrow, progress status, rating, quality, etc. All these shapes will be good assistants for you to make your diagram look more professional.
Comparison Chart Example
Use this comparison chart example to compare the phone price and quality, which is as plain as daylight so that you can choose your desired type at once.
Product Comparison Chart Example
Financial Comparison Chart Example
A financial comparison chart template is the comparison between the data that is important, rather than the values themselves. Click here to learn how to draw a comparison chart instantly.