Solution: Fade transitions to simulate animated graph elements


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Solution: Fade transitions to simulate animated graph elements

Here's how I solved the Animated Graph challenge. Open the Challenge Animated Graph starting PowerPoint slide, I have the graph with the data already loaded up. Here, I can see that there's three different data points. And I want to animate the distance that each student's paper airplane throw, for each of the three trials, added to their total distance within this competition. To do this, I'm going to use a really basic fade transition, and filter out certain levels of data. To get started, let's go ahead and click on the slide we'd like to duplicate on the left-hand side. I'm going to right mouse click, and select Duplicate Slide.

I'm going to do that exact same thing, a second time, so we end up with three slides that are exactly the same. The first thing I want to do, is take away two, of the datasets for the first graph. I could click on the graph, I could go to design. And I could edit the data. Here to have the opportunity to delete one or two of the trials in orde...

Solution: Fade transitions to simulate animated graph elements
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