How to Make a Graph or Chart in Google Sheets | Appy Pie Help

How to Make a Graph or Chart in Google Sheets?

Data analysis is critical to the functioning of any business. Charts and graphs can be quite helpful as they can turn numbers into something that can be analyzed and understood at a glance. Google Sheets makes it easier for you to create charts or graphs out of numbers in your spreadsheet.

To begin, highlight the data you want to include.
Next, click on Insert > Chart.

This will create a chart on the screen. However, it might not the kind of chart you were looking for.

There will also be a new side panel on the right. The side panel is called the Chart editor, and it will show up any time you select a chart. You can change how the data looks through the app.

The Chart editor has two main tabs. In the Setup tab, you can choose the type of chart you're making and which data to include. In the Customize tab, you can change the chart's appearance.

How to Make Different Kinds of Charts?

With Google Sheets, you can create 18 different kinds of charts by clicking the Chart Type dropdown in the right panel.
For example, you could create a pie chart.

You can even create maps.

Customizing Your Chart

Sometimes the chart will require some adjustment according to your requirements. For example, you can even create stacked graphs.

Customize Your Chart's Colors, Font, and Labels

The Customize panel of the Chart editor lets you configure the look of the chart. Here you can customize the background color, and change the font.
You can also change things like axis labels, graph markers, and more.


Google Sheets allow users to easily analyze a large amount of data in just a few minutes. However, some people feel that the process can be monotonous and tiring. Therefore, they choose to automate various workflows associated with Google Sheets. Appy Pie Connect can help you get all of your company's data into Google Sheets without any manual efforts. The Google Sheets-Appy Pie integration can have a plethora of benefits for users who wish to gain better insights through Google Sheets graphs and other automated workflows.


 

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