In this lesson, you can learn how to use a Pivot Chart.
Pivot Chart is similar to the traditional, but has some additional features useful for the analysis of data.
I have prepared table with sales data:
Ensure that your data is organized in a way that makes it easy to create pivot tables and pivot charts. This may involve creating a pivot table or using Excel's sorting and filtering options.
Creativg Pivot Chart
Next go to Ribbon. Click Insert -> Pivot Table -> Pivot Chart
To create a pivot chart in Microsoft Excel, you need to first create a pivot table from your data. Dialog box appears. Choose here range of table with headers.
You can use the pivot table as the data source for a pivot chart. Now you can create your own Pivot Chart.
Choose fields which you want to put on the Pivot Chart.
Here's how the Pivot Chart looks. In fact it is a better version of Column Chart.
Customize the appearance of your pivot chart to make it look professional and easy to understand. You can click Country or Customer button to filter values.
Excel inerted also a Pivot Table in your Spreadsheet.
You can change Pivot Chart by changing this Pivot Table. Pivot Chart shows the same values which you see in this Pivot Table.
Try to update / filter / change data in Pivot Table and see, how the Pivot Chart changed.
You can add a dashboard at this point. Combine all of your charts and graphs into a single dashboard by using Excel's dashboarding features, such as "Sparklines" or "PivotCharts".