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59. Charts: Combo Chart

Combo charts combine two or more chart types to make the data easy to understand. Shown with a secondary axis, this chart is even easier to read.You can use Combo charts whenThe numbers in your data vary widely from data series to…
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58. Charts: Radar Chart

Radar charts compare the aggregate values of several data series.To insert a Radar chart in your worksheet, follow the steps given below.Step 1 − Arrange the data in columns or rows on the worksheet.Step 2 − Select the data.Step…
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57. Charts: Stock Chart

Stock charts, as the name indicates are useful to show fluctuations in stock prices. However, these charts are useful to show fluctuations in other data also, such as daily rainfall or annual temperatures.If you use a Stock chart to display…
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56. Charts: Surface Chart

 Surface charts are useful when you want to find the optimum combinations between two sets of data. As in a topographic map, the colors and patterns indicate the areas that are in the same range of values.To create a Surface chart,…
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55. Charts: Bubble Chart

A Bubble chart is like a Scatter chart with an additional third column to specify the size of the bubbles it shows to represent the data points in the data series.Step 1 − Place the X-Values in a row or column and then place the corresponding…
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54. Charts: Scatter (X, Y) Chart

Scatter (X Y) charts are typically used for showing and comparing numeric values, like scientific, statistical, and engineering data.A Scatter Chart has two value axes −Horizontal (x) value axis Vertical (y) value axisIt combines…
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53. Charts: Area Chart

Area charts can be used to plot change over time (years, months and days) or categories and draw attention to the total value across a trend. By showing the sum of the plotted values, an Area chart also shows the relationship of parts to a whole.You…
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52. Charts: Bar Chart

Bar charts illustrate the comparisons among individual items. A Bar chart typically displays categories along the vertical (category) axis and values along the horizontal (value) axis.Follow the steps given below to use a Bar chart.Step…
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51. Charts: Doughnut Chart

Doughnut charts show the size of items in a data series, proportional to the sum of the items. The doughnut chart is similar to a pie chart, but it can contain more than one data series.Step 1 − Arrange the data in columns or rows on…
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50. Charts: Pie Chart

Pie charts show the size of the items in one data series, proportional to the sum of the items. The data points in a Pie chart are shown as a percentage of the whole Pie.Follow the steps given below to insert a pie chart in your worksheet.Step…