New Media Trend Watch gives you the opportunity you to create graphs comparing some of the statistics it publishes.
You can make graphs to compare historical trends and forecasts for:People online in tourism markets (000's)
|Orientation||vertical or horizontal|
|View||for the presentation of the graph: stacked, 100% stacked, clustered|
|Show as||you choose whether to show the results in numbers or percentages|
|Start||year/date of the first statistics in your chart|
|End||year/date of the final statistics in your chart|
|Type||what sort of graph/presentation would you prefer? A bar chart, line graph, pie chart, or just a table? [Use the table to show actual numbers for the countries or other criteria that you have chosen.]|
4. The drop-down menu at the top of the page allows you to change the topic of the graph.
5. You may also export your graph as an image or simply print it out. See the link at the bottom of the graph.
To obtain the most effective comparisons, you should create separate graphs for groups of larger countries and groups of smaller countries.
Historical trend graphs should be used only for short-term forecasts as they show a line of best fit which is calculated using historical data and will not be reliable for longer-term predictions.