The Ultimate Guide to Making a Comparison Chart
Charts and Graphs
Why to Compare
If you are searching for something to buy, a comparison chart offers information about different options, comparing their pros and cons in regard to prices, reviews, features and so on. In this visual way, you can find your favorite option easily.
If you are sellers, you are much more likely to convert browsers into buyers by posting such shopping comparison chart with little or even no cost. The prerequisite is that you can provide all the detailed information they need so that they can do analysis and know your offers well.
How to Prepare
Research and collect your data so that you clearly know what to compare. Items to be compared should be held to similar standards. Select the top products to review. The readers will not trust companies that are not recommending best products. The next step is to find out what features to compare.
Using the Best tool - Edraw to Create a Comparison Chart
Choose a Comparison Table
The comparison chart stencil is put in the Chart category. Its template icon is located in the last one. There are 6 comparison chart shapes in the library. Based on your need, choose a suitable one. Drag it onto the canvas. Here is what the template icon looks like:
Configure Comparison Chart
Calculate how many perspectives you will compare. Click the floating action button to:
Double click each cell to type in your information.
Color Your Chart
Items being compared had better be visually distinctive from each other in different colors. This helps readers to contrast different data at a single glance.
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.