publish time: 2020-09-16
Every column graph has four main parts: title, labels, scale, and categories. Graphs are a perfect way to display your data in a manner that's easy to read and understand.
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This is a simple column. Columns are simple to comprehend, extensively utilized, and capable of displaying changes over time. The purpose is to compare each category's values. The goal is to make it as simple as possible for the spectator. Column charts are often the finest of all representations because they leverage into our natural capacity to understand heights, whereas most other data visualizations need the reader to learn how to decipher them.
A stacked column chart is a basic chart type to allow part-to-whole comparisons over time, or across categories. It extends the standard bar chart from looking at numeric values across one categorical variable. In a stacked column chart, data series are stacked one on top of the other in vertical columns. Stacked column charts can show change over time because it's easy to compare total column lengths. This template has been created with help of EdrawMax online. It has three series that have been compared with each other with the help of a stacked column chart. This chart has a ledger of the series on the top and at the bottom, there is a predefined place to add details about all three series in the template. All the dummy text is replaceable, even the background colour and border, and you can easily add or delete the series or data points, this intern changes the stacked column chart.
A column chart or a vertical bar chart is a data visualization where a rectangle represents each category. The height of the rectangle is proportional to the values being plotted. We can use a column chart to compare this year vs. last year’s sales of any particular product in any given vertical.