Time series graphs connect data points measured over time and are ideal for demonstrating trends. This type of visualization is common in many areas of science and engineering, as well as the social sciences.
This type of geographic map has displays geocoded symbols sized according to some quantitative data. Using symbols affords a variety of other options for visual encoding, including changing the color, the opacity, and using textures.
These are the most common type of network graphs. These diagrams can look radically different, depending on the layout that is applied. These type of visualizations are common in social network analysis.
Visually this network layout looks similar to a radial tree layout, but it is based on hyperbolic geometry rather than Euclidean. This allows more room for hierarchical networks that increase exponentially.
This type of chart is capable of displaying three (or more) data variables at once. The bubbles are placed on a x- and y-axis and the size of the bubble is relative to a third data variable. Bubbles can also be colored to represent a fourth data variable.