[caption id="attachment_536" align="alignnone" width="272"] Sample Interactive Graphs[/caption]
Interactive graphs are those which facilitate greater viewer interaction with the data that has been plotted on a graph. They require special plug-ins and can be downloaded from the internet as well. The advantages of interactive graphs are obvious and they have gained acceptance across all spheres. Such graphs not only convey information, but also allow the reader to play with it, and make changes suiting his own requirements.
Interactive graphs are also known as flash charts. They allow the reader to foresee developments in the graph by plotting different points than the ones that are already part of the graph. All kinds of graphs like bar graphs, pie charts, cosmographs and so on are available in their interactive versions.
They are often used in offices and they make a particularly impressive device to use in board meetings and such. The demonstrator can use the interactive graph to convey more information and the audience becomes a participant in this dynamic process. They offer greater clarity than ordinary graphs and thus interactive graphs are used commonly.
Interactive graphs are available in both 2D and 3D format, thus offering a wide range of choices to the audience. They are technically difficult to create and require some amount of practice.