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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words. Day 7: Excel Chapter 4. Tazin Afrin [email protected] September 10, 2013. Chart Basics. A chart is a visual representation of numeric data Chart components: Data Points: numeric value that describes a single value on a chart.

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Day 7 excel chapter 4

Day 7:Excel Chapter 4

Tazin [email protected]

September 10, 2013


Chart basics
Chart Basics

  • A chart is a visual representation of numeric data

  • Chart components:

    • Data Points: numeric value that describes a single value on a chart.

    • Data Series: a group of related data points.

    • Category Labels: text that describes a collection of data points in a chart.



Column charts
Column Charts

  • A column chart displays data vertically, with each data series forming a column

  • The chart area contains the entire chart and all of its elements.

  • The plot area contains a graphical representation of values in a data series.


Column charts1
Column Charts

Y

Value Axis

X

Category axis


Legend
Legend

  • A legend is a key that identifies the color, gradient, picture, texture, or pattern fill assigned to each data series in a chart.


Clustered column chart
Clustered Column Chart

  • A clustered column chart groups or clusters similar data in columns to compare values across categories.




Stacked column chart
Stacked Column Chart

  • A stacked column chart places stacks of data in segments on top of each other in one column, with each category in the data series represented by a different color.



100 stacked column chart
100% Stacked Column Chart

  • A 100% stacked column chart places (stacks) data in one column per category, with each column having the same height of 100%.



3 d column chart
3-D Column Chart

  • A 3-D chart adds a third dimension to each data series, creating a distorted perspective of the data.



Bar chart
Bar Chart

  • A bar chart compares values across categories using horizontal bars.



Line chart
Line Chart

  • A line chart uses a line to connect data points in order to show trends over a period of time.



Pie chart
Pie Chart

  • A pie chart shows each data point in proportion to the whole data series as a slice in a circular pie.



X y scatter chart
X Y (Scatter) Chart

  • An X Y (scatter) chart shows a relationship between two variables.



Creating a chart
Creating a chart

  • Select the data source

  • Select the chart type

  • Position and size the chart


Creating a chart1
Creating a chart

  • Shortcut Key:

    • Pressing F11 is a fast way to create a column chart in a new chart sheet. Select the worksheet data source, and then press F11 to create the chart.


Changing the chart type
Changing the Chart Type

  • Using the Chart Tools contextual tab:

    • Click the Design tab

    • Click Change Chart Type

    • Select the desired chart type


Changing the data source
Changing the Data Source

  • To modify the chart data source:

    • Click the Design tab

    • Click Select Data under the Data group

    • Then change data range


Moving a chart
Moving a Chart

  • To move a chart:

    • Click the Design tab

    • Click Move Chart under the Location group


Printing a chart
Printing a Chart

  • To print an embedded chart:

    • Select the chart

    • Click the File tab

    • Click Print to display the Backstage view

    • Use the Print Selected Chart option

  • To print a chart sheet:

    • Use the Print Active Sheet option


Chart layout
Chart Layout

  • The Layout tab offers many ways to enhance a chart visually

  • When adding visual elements to a chart, make sure these elements enhance the effectiveness of the chart instead of overpowering it.


Selecting and formatting chart elements
Selecting and Formatting Chart Elements

  • Formatting a chart element:

    • Right-click the element and select the Format element command

    • The element portion will change depending on the selection (ex. Format Data Series)


Customizing chart labels
Customizing Chart Labels

  • Chart Title

  • Axis Title

  • Legend

  • Data Labels

  • Data Table


Chart titles and legend
Chart Titles and Legend

  • A chart title is the label that describes the entire chart

  • An axis title is a label that describes either the category or value axis

  • A legend is used to distinguish data points in a pie chart or data series in a multiple series chart


Axes and gridlines
Axes and Gridlines

  • Excel computes starting, ending, and incremental values for display on the value axis

  • A gridline is a horizontal or vertical line through the plot area


Adding a trendline
Adding a Trendline

  • A trendline is a line used to depict trends and forecast future data


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