Combo charts use a combination of bars, lines, and/or area shading to show a comparison of data series by category or date. They also support dual value axes.
The dot pattern in a scatter plot shows the strength of correlation between two variables.
Dashboards offer the ability to use a single source of data to drive multiple visualizations.
Line charts are used to reveal trends or progress over time. They can show multiple categories of data at a time.
With only a single data series and minimal detail, sparklines are often used to provide at-a-glance information on data trends over time.
Visit the CDC Intranet to find out how to post Power BI visualizations to CDC.gov. (Search for “Posting Power BI Visualizations.”)