Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Three-Dimensional Charts—Column and Pie
FIGURE 6.14 Using a Line Chart Distorts the Results If the Data Is Not Continuous on the
X-Axis
FIGURE 6.15 The Scatter Chart Is More Accurate for This Data
The scatter chart, shown in Figure 6.15, tells a different (in this case, more
accurate) story. You can see the real picture
underscoring the difference between
the line chart and the scatter chart. The latter displays the data as it should, since the
X-axis data is not continuous in our example.
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THREE-DIMENSIONAL CHARTS—COLUMN AND PIE
Returning to the data used to create the first chart on the sheet Simple Chart, I will
create a three-dimensional column chart, as well as a pie chart. The first example, a
 
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