Sankey diagrams describe the flow of certain quantities through a system, with the width of a particular arrows being proportional to the magnitude of the flow.

Sankey diagrams are a specific type of flow diagram, in which the width of the arrows is shown proportionally to the flow quantity. While Sankey diagrams have particularly strong applications in analyzing web traffic, cash flows, and energy system analysis, they can be effectively deployed in a number of contexts.

The example above depicts a Sankey diagram displaying all purchases from customers of an e-commerce store partitioned by a number of demographics.

Isolate specific flows within this diagram by hovering your mouse over certain flows.

This Sankey diagram is open source and therefore not supported or managed.