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Dataviz Challenge #3: Alternate Solution by Paul Denninger

Dataviz Challenge #3: Alternate Solution by Paul Denninger

Note from Ann: Last week I shared a dataviz how-to guide. Paul Denninger has a great alternative solution to share! He uses hidden bars, also known in the Excel community as floating bars or white bars, to build “two” charts in one. Enjoy! Getting excel…

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Dataviz Challenge #3: How to Make a Side by Side Bar Chart in Excel

Dataviz Challenge #3: How to Make a Side by Side Bar Chart in Excel

Two weeks ago, I challenged readers to re-create the “after” version of a side by side bar chart. You can read the full post here. Congratulations to the 9 contestants! Click on the contestant’s name to see their chart. Regan Grandy Sara Vaca Alex Kadis…

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Dataviz Challenge #3: Can You Make a Side by Side Bar Chart?

Dataviz Challenge #3: Can You Make a Side by Side Bar Chart?

Thanks to everyone who participated in the first and second dataviz challenges! I hope these challenges give you a chance to practice and build upon your Excel and visualization skills. Last time, we made a streamlined version of the basic bar chart by adjusting Excel’s…

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Dataviz Challenge #2: How to Make a Basic Bar Chart

Dataviz Challenge #2: How to Make a Basic Bar Chart

Two weeks ago, I challenged readers to re-create the “after” version of a basic bar chart. You can read the full post here. Congratulations to the 9 winners:┬áMolly Hamm, David Napoli, Susan Kistler, Jon Schwabish, Ethan, Mike, Sara Vaca, Samantha Grant, and Kevin Gilds! You’ve…

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Dataviz Challenge #2: Can You Make a Basic Bar Chart?

Dataviz Challenge #2: Can You Make a Basic Bar Chart?

The first dataviz challenge was a hit! A few of you wanted to participate but weren’t ready to jump into a challenge that required so much Excel elbow grease. So, this second challenge is geared towards beginners like you. Once I build your foundational skills,…

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