In a more generic way, organizational charts are parent-child hierarchical structures, usually top-bottom and with no cycles. They frequently start with one single top node, which gets divided into related child nodes on the next level below, and so on. Parent and child nodes are linked by connectors. Each node may be identified by an ID, name or label, and may display additional measurable data.
Our Global Sales demo charts show rather a simple hierarchical structure with the root "country" and the number of product quantities sold worldwide between 2000 and 2016. This gets divided into the sales per each country: UL, France and US. From US, we select just 2003 and 2004, to show quantities sold in these specific two years.