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3-D Charts: Changing Elevation and Rotation
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You might notice that your 3-D chart angles to the left by default. You might find, however, that the other design elements on your page have a different orientation. In this case, you need to be able to change the chart layout. Graph provides the following elevation and rota tion options for 3-D charts, which enable you to do just that: Elevation The vertical distance from which the reader s perspective of the chart is measured. For example, with an elevation of 30, the elevation is twice as high as the same chart viewed with an elevation of 15. Rotation The degree to which the chart is rotated away from the head-on view. Rais ing Microsoft s default value of 20 to 40 turns the chart further to the left. Perspective Another option available for some charts. This option enables you to change the depth of the chart by increasing or decreasing the value. To change the elevation, rotation, and perspective for your 3-D chart, double-click the chart, and then choose Chart, 3-D View. Experiment with the Elevation and Rotation until you get the effect you want. Click Apply and then OK to return to your document.
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Two additional visual cues, error bars and trendlines, can help your readers understand your data more quickly. Error bars show the error margin built into each data marker, and trendlines use an analysis of existing data to predict future behavior.
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You can create error bars for the data series in your 2-D area, bar, column, and line charts, as well as bubble and XY (scatter) charts. To add error bars to your chart, follow these steps:
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1 Double-click your chart to select it. 2 Use the Chart Objects list to select the data series to which you want to add error bars. 3 Right-click the selected series, and then choose Format Data Series from the shortcut menu.
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4 Click the Y Error Bars tab, and then select the Display option you want. You can
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choose one of the following, as Figure 14-14 shows:
Both Displays an error amount above and below the displayed value Plus Displays an error amount above the displayed value Minus Shows an error amount below the displayed value None No error bars are displayed
Figure 14-14. Use the Format Data Series dialog box to add error bars that show a margin for error in which the result could be a bit higher or lower than what s shown in your chart.
5 In the Error Amount section, choose the amount of the difference between actual and
plus or minus that you want to show.
6 Click OK to add the error bars and return to the chart.
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Plotting Trendlines
Trendlines are helpful when you want to use your chart as a basis for either looking ahead to future possibilities or seeing trends in the past. You can add trendlines to area, bar, bubble, column, line, stock, or XY (scatter) charts. When you ve created one of these chart types, adding a trendline is simple. Here are the steps:
1 Double-click the chart to select it. 2 Choose Chart, Add Trendline. The Add Trendline dialog box appears, as shown in
Figure 14-15.
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Figure 14-15. In the Add Trendline dialog box, select the formula you want Graph to use to plot your projections.
3 In the Trend/Regression Type section, choose the type of trendline you want to create.
Each of these types is based on a formula that calculates and projects data patterns based on the information in your datasheet.
4 In the Based On Series section, select the data series you want to use to create the
trendline.
5 Click the Options tab. Here you ll enter a name for the trendline (if necessary), choose
the length of the periods forward and backward you want to project, and choose whether you display equations or values on the chart. Make your choices, and then click OK. You re returned to Graph, and the trendline has been added, as shown in Figure 14-16.
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Figure 14-16. A trendline in your chart can show a general direction for your data and help readers understand at a glance what the significant changes in your data might be.
Creating an Organization Chart
When you create an organization chart in Word, you can create a new chart on the fly and enter text as you go, or you can build your chart from existing text in Word, PowerPoint, or Excel. Either way, creating the organization chart is a simple process that gives you the flexibility you need to fit the chart in your document and format it the way you want. Here are the steps:
1 Place the insertion point where you want to create the chart. 2 Choose Insert, Picture, Organization Chart. Word creates your basic chart now you
can enter text and add shapes as needed, as shown in Figure 14-17.
Figure 14-17. Word draws a simple organization chart and gives you the tools to add shapes as needed.
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