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Changing The Chart—It’s Your Call
Figure 5–15. The Stacked Column chart
Here, and unlike in the standard Clustered Column chart, each student is represented by one
column, which combines all his/her test scores into one aggregate stack. Note the values on the Vertical
axis; they’re far higher than the original, because this chart is adding all the students’ scores.
The 100% Stacked Column is far rarer, and in our illustration treats every student’s total test score
as an individual baseline totaling 100%. Each individual student grade is then stacked to represent the
proportion it contributes to that student’s total (Figure 5-16):
Figure 5–16. A 100% Stacked Column: Where every student scores 100
 
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