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How to create a scatter chart in WPS Spreadsheet02:53
How to create a scatter chart in WPS Spreadsheet
A scatter chart in WPS Spreadsheet is normally called an X-Y graph. It presents all the data as points on rectangular coordinates, showing the relationships between variables. The scatter plot is a great graphical tool that we often use for statistical modelling. Take this table as an example. This is a set of height and weight data of boys and girls. If we want to observe the relationship between the two variables: height and weight, with the help of a scatter chart, how can we do tha....
How to Insert Pie Chart in WPS Spreadsheet02:17
How to Insert Pie Chart in WPS Spreadsheet
We can analyze data more intuitively with charts in daily work.Take this table as an example. We want to present the clothing sales of each state in the United States in a more direct way, so we can insert a pie chart to know the proportion quickly. First, we select the cell range of D1:E6, click the Insert tab, and click the Insert Pie or Doughnut Chart drop-down button. There're several types of pie charts. We select Pie here to insert a pie chart in the table. Select the pie cha....
Use WPSArt to insert an organization chart with one click01:50
Use WPSArt to insert an organization chart with one click
Sometimes we need to draw an organization chart of the company in a document to show the relationship between different departments. With the WPSArt feature, we can quickly generate professional organization charts. Click the Insert tab and the WPSArt button to pop up the Choose A WPSArt Graphic dialog. Here, we can see the different types of graphics. Click the graphic, and the corresponding application scenario description will be displayed on the right side.Select the first organiza....
How to insert a chart and edit the chart data in WPS Presentation03:30
How to insert a chart and edit the chart data in WPS Presentation
When we use PPT for data reporting, we often insert charts to help us further illustrate.Take this PPT file as an example. So, how can we insert a chart in the slide? Click the Insert tab above, and then click Chart.In the pop-up dialog, we can select many different types of charts.The double-layered doughnut chart provides an intuitive comparison of the changes in the sales data proportion over the past two years. This video takes Doughnut as an example. Click Pie and click Doughnut. ....
Create the double-layer doughnut chart03:22
Create the double-layer doughnut chart
The double-layer doughnut chart can visually display the proportion of multiple data. As shown in the chart, this is the annual sales of a certain sales company. In this chart, we can see the proportion of sales per month and the sales percentage for each quarter. So how do we create the double-layer doughnut chart?First select the quarterly sales data in the cell range B2:B13, click the Insert tab and click the Insert Pie or Doughnut Chart drop-down button, then choose Doughnut in the....
How to insert a chart and edit the chart data02:12
How to insert a chart and edit the chart data
When we organize the data of the document, we usually insert a chart for a supplementary explanation.Take this document as an example. The table in the document represents the annual sales volume of different regions. Now, let's look at the data comparison more intuitively by inserting a bar chart. Go to the Insert tab and click the Chart button. In the pop-up dialog, we can choose a variety of chart types. Click Bar and Stacked Bar, then a default style stacked bar is inserted int....
Create simple and intuitive mini charts03:10
Create simple and intuitive mini charts
The mini chart can help us to compare and analyze data of a row or column. It is very useful when presenting data. So in this video, we are going to show you how to create simple and intuitive mini charts.In Sheet1, we can see Monthly sales of clothing. But we can't visually tell the difference between sales each month. Therefore, we should use the mini chart.1. Click the Insert tab.2. Click the Line buttons.3. Now a Create Sparklines dialog box will pop up.4. Select cells B3:J3 as....
Make a ranking bar chart01:58
Make a ranking bar chart
The bar charts use bars with the same width to indicate the amount of data. Therefore, we can compare data intuitively. By using a bar chart, it will be convenient for us to compare the differences between data.Take this table as an example. This is the data of cumulative confirmed COVID-19 cases on April 9, 2020. If we want to see the difference in confirmed cases between countries more intuitively, we can use a bar chart.1. Click any cell in the data area.2. Click the Insert tab.3. T....