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Use consistent colors throughout the chart, selecting accent colors to highlight meaningful data points or changes over time. Use horizontal labels to improve readability. Start the y-axis at 0 to appropriately reflect the values in your graph.
Use consistent colors throughout the chart, selecting accent colors to highlight meaningful data points or changes over time. Use horizontal labels to improve readability. Start the y-axis at 0 to appropriately reflect the values in your graph.
When to use tables. Tables are an effective way of presenting data: Table design. Examples of poor and better practice in the presentation of data in tables. Bar charts. Histograms. Pie charts. Line graphs. Scatter plots.
In your Word document, click Insert > Chart. Select the type of chart you want, such as column or pie chart, and click OK. (If you're not sure which to choose, move down the All Charts list to preview each type.) Enter your data into the spreadsheet that automatically opens with the chart.
The four most common are probably line graphs, bar graphs and histograms, pie charts, and Cartesian graphs. They are generally used for, and best for, quite different things. You would use: Bar graphs to show numbers that are independent of each other.
The main functions of a chart are to display data and invite further exploration of a topic. Charts are used in situations where a simple table won't adequately demonstrate important relationships or patterns between data points.
Appropriate presentation of data in the form of graphs or charts can be a useful analysis tool and if the data is then effectively interpreted this can facilitate the decision-making process. Presenting data in an inappropriate chart can convey information which may be misleading.
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