Unit K Notecards

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Chart

A visual representation of selected worksheet data.

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Horizontal Axis/x-Axis/Category Axis

The line at the base of a chart that shows categories. Also known as the x-axis or category axis.

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Vertical Axis/y-Axis/Value Axis

The vertical line that defines the left edge of a chart and usually measures values. Also called the y-axis, or value axis.

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Axis Titles

Labels in a chart that identify the information represented by each axis.

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Data Series

In a chart, a sequence of related numbers that shows a trend, such as sales amounts of various months, quarters, or years.

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Data Marker

A bar, area, dot, slice, or other symbol in a chart that represents a single data point or value that originates from a worksheet cell.

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Legend

Area in a chart that explains what the labels, colors, and patterns of the chart represent.

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Gridlines

Horizontal and vertical lines connected to the x-axis and y-axis in a chart that make it easier to identify the value of each data series.

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Plot Area

The part of a chart contained within the horizontal and vertical axes.

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Chart Area

The entire chart and all the chart elements.

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Chart Objects

An individual component of a chart, such as the chart background or legend that can be moved or resized independently.

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Chart Layout

A predefined arrangement of chart elements, such as the placement of the legend and the chart title.

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Chart Style

A predefined set of chart colors and fills that can be applied to any chart.

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Data Table

A grid in a chart that contains the chart's underlying worksheet data and that is usually placed below the x-axis.

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Chart Sheet

A worksheet in an excel workbook that contains a chart.

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Sparklines

In Excel, tiny charts that fit in one cell and illustrate trends in selected cells.

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Line Sparkline

A miniature line chart that line chart that is displayed in a single cell that is ideal for ideal for showing a trend over a period of time.

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Column Sparkline

A tiny column chart that includes a column for each cell in a specified range.

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Win/Loss Sparkline

A tiny bar chart that shows only two types of bars: one for gains and one for losses.

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Area Chart

A chart that shows the relative importance of values over a period of time.

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Bar Chart

A chart that compares values among individual items.

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Column Chart

A chart that compares values across categories over time.

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Line Chart

A chart that shows trends by category over time.

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Pie Chart

A chart that describes the relationship of parts to the whole.

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Radar Chart

A chart that shows the changes in data or data frequency relative to a center point.

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X Y (Scatter) Chart

A chart that shows the relationship between two kinds of related data.

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Line Sparkline

A sparkline that shows trends over time.

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Column Sparkline

A sparkline that compares values over time.

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Win/Loss Sparkline

A sparkline that shows gains and/or losses over time.