Bubble charts are graphic representations of contingency tables where relative frequencies are represented by circles of different diameters. This type of graphic chart allows one to quickly identify high- and low-frequency cells and is thus especially useful for presentation purposes. Many features of the chart can be customized to highlight specific findings. Rows and columns can be moved freely or deleted, and one can adjust the color of each cell as well as the fonts used in the chart. The bubble chart represents graphically the underlying table and displays the corresponding measure used (code occurrences or frequencies, word counts or percentages) and will also reflect the currently selected display settings (such as count, percentage of rows or columns, etc.).