HiLo Chart, or High-Low Chart, is most often used to visualize price movements over time.
Vertical lines in HiLo Charts represent price ranges (the highest and lowest values) during a certain period of time (e.g. a month, day, hour, and so on).
The HiLo Chart type of data visualization is basically a truncated version of OHLC Chart, with no ticks indicating open and close values. On the other hand, it may be considered a variation of Range Column Chart, with very thin columns.
High-Low Charts are useful for visualizing stock market data, allowing the viewer to compare price ranges over time and make data-driven decisions based on this information.
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