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As per the earlier answer, the major classification under Chart could be "data driven graphs" (based on numerical values) and "conceptuals" (visual layout derived from a set of text on the basis of some logic e.g., org chart, Pyramid layout, RoIC tree and so on.
Anonymous:Surely this isn't true. There used to be line graphs, bar graphs etc. Somehow chart has superceded graph.
Diagrams are something else again.
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