Chart in Excel 2016
You can unlink a chart from its data ranges and produce a static chart that remains unaffected by later changes in the data.
If you often need to adjust your data ranges so that your charts plot an updated data range, you may be interested in a trick that forces Excel to update the chart's data range whenever you add new data to your worksheet.
This chart resembles a speedometer gauge and displays a value between 0 and 100%.
A Gantt chart is a horizontal bar chart that is often used in project management applications.
You're probably familiar with a "thermometer" type display that shows the percentage of a task that's completed. It's very easy to create such a display in Excel.
Excel makes it easy to incorporate a pattern, texture, or graphic file for elements in your chart. E.g., you can create funny burger sales chart for your colleagues.
When you're plotting data over time, you may want to plot a trend line that describes the data. A trend line points out general trends in your data.
For certain chart types, you can add error bars to your chart. Error bars often are used to indicate "plus or minus" information that reflects uncertainty in the data.
Periodical processes like volume of support service calls often have critical zones that indicate a serious problem that need to be investigated and mitigated. This tips shows how to reveal and emphasis those critical zones for analysis.