What is the row of round radio buttons beneath each graph?

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What are the round buttons under the graphs? (I mean the radio-style buttons, where the active one is filled in blue and the others are grey.) There are different numbers of them: sometimes two, sometimes four...

When I click on one, it changes what the graph is displaying. The buttons aren't labeled, so I'm never sure what effect clicking will have. (There's no "tooltip" that pops up when I hover over them, either, nor does the URL preview change.)
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The round buttons beneath each graph simply allow you to move from one graph visualization to the next. If left untouched, the graphs will automatically change every 45 seconds.