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Waterfall Diagram can be defined as a kind of data visualization that uses breakup effect. Its main purpose is to determine the cumulative effect caused by sequential introduction of positive or negative values. In other words, it is a way to illustrate the final changes brought to an initial value because of a series of intermediate values that can be both positive and negative.
Sometimes, it is also called Flying Bricks Chart as it consists of different blocks that look like brick-like-structure suspended in the air. The other names by which it is known include - Cascade, Mario and Bridge Chart. It is best used for various analytical purposes. Also, it is quite popular among the finance and business analysts as well as among the sales fraternities.