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Framework: DD004 – dd004_v04

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This is a basic subdivided bar chart, but it has been reduced in size so that a graphic or text can be added to the right-hand side of the slide. This template is set up so that the segment categories are identified by labels above the top bar. This is the preferred way of formatting a subdivided bar chart. Avoid using keys and legends wherever possible. Place all of the necessary information on the chart itself whenever you can.

Part of series: DD004 Data-Driven Charts 004 – Subdivided Bar Charts

Series Keywords: stacked bar chart, data-driven, flag charts, segments, subdivided bars

Subdivided (stacked) bar charts contain bars that are broken into segments to equal the total - the number at the end of and outside the right-most segment. These charts show comparisons between the segment categories as well as between the overall totals of each subdivided bar.

The values within the segments show up automatically when the data is entered into the worksheet. The totals need to be calculated and added manually. The labels need to be added manually. Refer to the tutorial and FAQs for guidance on how to use and format these types of charts. Specifically, refer to this FAQ regarding adding more/deleting labels and totals. Also, look at each framework's description to understand the different uses for these charts.

Key search words: stacked bar chart, data-driven, flag charts, segments, subdivided bars

The values within the segments show up automatically when the data is entered into the worksheet. The totals need to be calculated and added manually. The labels need to be added manually. Refer to the tutorial and FAQs for guidance on how to use and format these types of charts. Specifically, refer to this FAQ regarding adding more/deleting labels and totals. Also, look at each framework's description to understand the different uses for these charts.

Key search words: stacked bar chart, data-driven, flag charts, segments, subdivided bars

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