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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....
How to create a bubble chart03:20
How to create a bubble chart
Similar to a scatter chart, a bubble chart is mainly composed of bubbles and variables to display information. Unlike scatter charts that can only display variables in the X and Y axis, bubble charts display the skill to the third variable with bubble areas.Bubble charts can be used widely in making maps- a perfect match for displaying data with regional characteristics.This is the survey data of mobile phone sales in a certain area. Let's take it as an example to make a simple bub....
How to group data in a spreadsheet02:01
How to group data in a spreadsheet
When using WPS Spreadsheets to process data reports, grouping data in proper ways can present data more clearly and boost our productivity. The spreadsheet in this example presents a company's sales performance during the first half of a year. To make it more convenient for data viewing, we can group the data belonging to the same category. 1. Select cells of Column B and Column K. 2. Get into the Data tab, and click the Group button. (Tips: You can also press the shortcut keys Shi....
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....
How to insert a chart and edit the chart data in WPS Presentation03:29
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. ....
How to create a Combination chart quickly03:43
How to create a Combination chart quickly
The Combination chart combines two or more types of charts in one coordinate system. We take this table as an example to explain how to make a Combination chart in WPS Spreadsheet. Here is the data of temperature and rainfall in a region. From this table, we can see three sets of data, namely, Rainfall, Mean Rainfall, and Temperature.We choose the cell range A1:D8, click the Insert tab, click Chart, and select Combo in the pop-up dialog.Gif At the top of the dialog, WPS Spreadsheet pro....
Conditional formatting in Excel—Data Bars
We can use conditional formatting to mark specific contents quickly. Here we take a sales table as an example. Open your Excel document, and click the Conditional Formatting drop-down button in the Home tab to get a menu. We are going to talk about Data Bars. 1. Select the cell range for which you want to set rules. Click Data Bars and select one of them according to your needs. Then the cells are marked with bars of different lengths, from which we can easily know the rank of sales. ....
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....