The Waterfall chart is usually used for understanding how an initial value is affected by a series of intermediate positive or negative values. As we have shown, Creating a Waterfall chart can be created using a combination of Excel Bar charts. This tip will show you how to streamline this process using the Error Bar chart. The Waterfall chart is typically used for understanding how an initial value is affected by a series of intermediate positive or negative values.
Sometimes you need to omit some points of the chart axis, e.g., the zero point. This tip will show you how to hide specific points on the chart axis using a custom label format.
Another powerful trick to attain the attention of the audience and improve the effect of your presentation is to use axis label formatting customized for the specific value ranges.
The thermometer chart is an excellent indicator of the process with well-defined measures, e.g., task status. How to create a simple thermometer chart, see Creating a simple thermometer chart. This tip will teach you how to make it more appealing for your audience.
Candlestick chart is a style of bar-chart used primarily to describe price movements of a security, derivative, or currency over time. This chart type is often used in combination with the volume bars chart for technical analysis of stock and foreign exchange patterns.
Candlestick chart is a style of bar-chart used primarily to describe price movements of a security, derivative, or currency over time. It is a combination of a line-chart and a bar-chart, in that each bar represents the range of price movement over a given time interval. It is most often used in technical analysis of equity and currency price patterns.
If you want to combine more than two different data series with common horizontal and different vertical values, you could not just add another axis to the chart. You need to combine several charts into one chart.
Sometimes you want to show several axes in one chart to demonstrate each data series with different formatting and with different axis in one chart.
This tip is about how to create a pie chart such as in popular glossy magazines.
Sometimes you can give your charts a more impressive view by showing deviations of some real process from its expected flow.