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Unemployment Visualization

Discussion in 'Discuss Data Visualizations and Charting' started by brianmock, Jul 10, 2018.

  1. brianmock

    brianmock Member

  2. vletm

    vletm Excel Ninja

    Are You values Okay?
    If miss 'Population' then You would get an idea from this...
    I didn't make it ready ... that You would do some formulas Yourself.
    But, it will show 'how to make a chart like 'above link'.

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  3. brianmock

    brianmock Member

    Some of the data are subsets of others
    employed + unemployed + not in = population
    no search in past year & no search in past month are subsets of unemployed (but not all unemployed fit these two categories)

    (1) Did you use a stacked bar chart with different colors?
    (2) how did you get the image of the "person"
  4. vletm

    vletm Excel Ninja

    Okay, You just send some misinformation (the data values are...),
    but basic idea would still work!
    (1) Yes. Did You try to check that sample?
    (2) As You have checked 'Format Data Series's Fill-option ...
    There can also use 'Picture' instead of 'color' (as well as few more possibilities).

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