MOM Reporting provides a number of reports that produce graphs. You can specify which type of graph to produce.

**Bar Graphs**- Bar graphs show comparisons of data categories over time. To help you compare data over time, categories are organized horizontally and values are organized vertically. Bar graphs work best with a limited number of data points on the X axis.
**Bar (3D) Graphs**- Bar (3D) graphs can lend a dramatic effect to standard bar graphs. These graphs work best with a limited number of data points on the X axis.
**Line Graphs**- Line graphs show trends in data over time.

You can also specify some properties for the graph:

**Use smooth lines**- Specifies whether the graphed lines are smoothed to reduce extreme values.
**Y-axis range**- Specifies the minimum and maximum values for the Y-axis of the
graph.

This range can be adjusted to view values for points in a graph that are otherwise not visible on a report because of different scales for counters plotted.