Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video New Excel 2016 chart types: Histogram, Pareto, and box, and whisker, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] In Excel 2016, Microsoft introduced…a number of new chart types.…Among them are Histogram, Pareto, and Box and Whisker.…These three are interrelated.…On the insert tab in the ribbon,…you'll find them amongst these chart icons…on the icon that's got four columns, right here.…Insert statistic chart.…Now you don't see the word Pareto at first,…but you do see Histogram, but just to the right…we see Pareto, and below this, Box and Whisker.…So they're all found on this icon.…You might also encounter these…if you use recommended charts.…
Let's first talk about Histogram.…On the screen is some data, prepared in Excel 2013.…Here is an arbitrary list, every ten thousand.…I want to calculate how many of these entries here…are up to and including 20,000.…I can certainly see that one ahead of time.…How many are from 20,000 up to 30,000?…This has been done over here in column D,…but as I zoom in a bit and double click…on one of the formulas here, in column D,…it's a frequency formula.…It also happens to be an array formula.…
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