A Gauge Chart is a combination of Doughnut chart &Pie Chart in a single chart. The Gauge chart looks like a speedometer which we can find in Cars, bikes, Ac etc. That is why we can call a this Speedometer chart too.
To prepare the Gauge chart we have to use the Doughnut Chart along with Pie Chart.
Doughnut Chart: - Doughnut chart is used to show the proportion of the whole. Use it instead of Pie Chart when there are multiple series that relate to a larger sum.
Pie Chart: - This chart is used to show the proportion of the whole. Use it when numbers are equal to 100% and the chart contains only few pie slices (many slices make the angels hard to estimate).
Let’s take an example & understand:
We have a table from Range “A6 to B11”, which is having Zone & Sold unit with total sold unit. Column A contains the Zone Name, Column B Sold, & in cell B11 is having total sold unit. We have another table of Targets & Require sold unit per zone.
To prepare the Gauge chart follow below mentioned steps:-
We will prepare the Gauge chart presentable follow below given steps to prepare the chart more presentable:-
This is the way you can prepare Gauge Chart – with the combination of 2 charts Doughnut chart and Pie Chart in Microsoft Excel in 2010 & 2013.
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