## Charts and plots in EXCEL |

*Consider the three-dimensional chart in MS EXCEL 2010. Using three-dimensional diagrams show the surface of three-dimensional shapes (hyperboloid, ellipsoid, etc.), and contours.*

*the Histogram is a tool that allows you to visually assess the magnitude and nature of the scatter of data in the sample. With the help of a diagram **MS **EXCEL **create a two-dimensional histogram for comparison of 2 data sets.*

*Consider the main types of charts in MS EXCEL 2010: column, line, area, Pie, Scatter, and Bar.*

*Consider creating and configuring basic chart types **MS **EXCEL** 2010: column, line, scatter, bar, pie, area. The article will also be useful to users **MS **EXCEL** 2007 and earlier versions. *

*Sometimes you want a single chart to combine two pie charts. Do this by using a secondary axis.*

*Combine multiple, different chart types in one.*

*Create a regular stacked column chart and a histogram with the accumulation, which would clearly display each subsequent change of the initial value.*

*Construct a graph that resembles a Gantt chart.*

*Construct the Gantt chart displays the related work and the percentage of execution.*

*data labels on the chart are often necessary, but it can clutter. Display only those data labels (values) that is larger than a certain threshold.*

*Construct a speed graph (chart) in MS EXCEL.*

*Often the chart you want to display, not all values from the source table, but only those that meet certain criteria. If the source table to hide rows that contain unnecessary data, the chart automatically updated. Hiding the rows can be arranged manually or using the filter. *

*Create a chart that would dynamically change when new data is added to the source table.*

*Often the chart you want to display, not all values from the source table, but only those that meet certain criteria. To build this chart, you can use the formula. In this case, you must first create a separate table for data that meet specified conditions. *

*Often on a chart it is necessary to allocate some of the values from the source table that meet certain criteria. *

*Often the chart you want to display all of the data from the source table, but only a part, for example, the values of the last 10 rows. And the chart should change dynamically depending on how many values the user wants to display. To build such a chart will use the function **OFFSET()**. *

*Often the chart you want to display all of the data, but only part, and the user should be able to choose the position and size of the viewport. To build such a diagram you can use the function OFFSET(). *

*Construct a pie chart and output the total value in the center.*

*Construct a chart of type thermometer.*

*built in MS EXCEL a chart illustrating the % of performance.*

*Bind name charts in MS EXCEL with the value in the cell.*

*Consider building a **MS** EXCEL** 2010 charts with multiple data series, as well as the use of auxiliary axes and combining on one chart charts of various types. *

*Construct Waterfall chart that is used to visualise changes over the same periods.*

*Construct the circle and the ellipse.*

*Construct a closed curve connecting a few dots.*

*Construct a vertical and a horizontal line (straight line) on the graph MS EXCEL, for example to display the projection of the point on the x-axis and y.*

*will Show the difference between 2 popular types of charts: a chart and a scatter chart. *

*Construct a graph of the function y=a*x^2+b*x+C (quadratic equation). To calculate the discriminant, we find the roots of an equation, the coordinates of the point of extremum (maximum or minimum). Make a form to shift and reflect the graph using controls forms.*

*Construct the graph of the Gauss function having the form Kolikoobraznae curve (Gaussian function, a Bell Curve Shape). *

*built in MS EXCEL more planar algebraic curves: cardioid, epicycloid, logarithmic spiral and the lemniscate of Bernoulli.*

*Learn how to rotate (turn) the graph of the function relative to the origin.*

*Construct in figure 2 graph. With control Box hide one of the graphs.*

*Charts based on the data contained in the table. You often need to build a chart based on all data from the table, but only those that meet certain criteria. To select the desired data table to display them on the chart in different ways: filtering, formulas or even a simple hiding of rows. In any case, after modification of the original table **EXCEL **automatically rebuilt in the chart. Let's consider this in practice.*

*To build a simple histogram, you can use a non-standard technique: the formation of a column chart with a sequence of special characters. *