Chart in Excel 2016
One of the essential parts of any work with data is presenting results. You can use many different charts, diagrams in Microsoft Excel or PowerPoint.
A Gantt chart is one of the most popular tools in project management. It illustrates project schedules by showing activities, like tasks and events, against time.
When you analyze quiz answers, you need to see the numbers and the difference between all negative and positive answers. This is not easy, if you have more than 3 possible answers - positive, neutral and negative. However, you can create a chart that shows the whole picture:
Excel has a lot of different, useful features to help you to present data. There are a lot of different charts you can create (see charts). One of the features for presenting your data is an interactive chart with drop-down list.
Excel has a lot of different, useful features to help you to present data. There are a lot of different charts you can create (see charts). One of the features for presenting your data is an interactive chart with checkboxes.
To create interactive charts, you need to add some of the controls in Microsoft Excel. This tip is about using Option Buttons that can be easily added and customized.
There are a lot of different features in Microsoft Excel, that can be useful for creating a presentation of your data. One of these features is interactive controls, that can be added to your Excel spreadsheet to create dynamic charts. This tip is about using Option Buttons that can be easily added and customized.
When you have some gaps in your chart data, Excel doesn't show any data for these gaps and your chart looks odd. Instead you can show interpolated values instead of gaps in the chart.
When you have some hidden cells in your chart data, Excel ignores data for these gaps and doesn't show the corresponding chart elements.
Sometimes you need to add a horizontal line to your chart. E.g., this will be useful to show data with some goal line or limits: