The type of data visualization depends on the kind of data that you need to present and the goals you want to achieve.
Do you want to compare values?
Graphs are ideal for comparing one or more sets of values, and they can easily display the lowest and highest values. The best options for a comparison chart are the following: histogram, pie chart, scatter chart, scale with values.
Do you want to show the structure of something?
For example, you want to show the types of products volume divided into segments. The following diagrams will be the optimal choice for you: pie chart, stacked histogram, vertical stack, area chart, waterfall chart.
Do you want to understand how data is distributed?
Distribution tables help to understand the main trends and note what goes beyond. The best diagram types would be: dot chart, line chart, histogram.
Are you interested in analyzing trends in a particular data set?
If you want to know more about how numbers behave during a particular time period, there are types of charts that display this very well. You will need: a line chart, a double axis (column and line), a histogram.
Do you want to better understand the relationship between the set values?
Interconnected graphs are suitable for showing how one variable relates to another or several different variables. This can be used to show a positive, negative, or zero effect on another digit. What will be best for visualizing this type of data: dot chart, bubble chart, line chart.