Improve your in-cell charts with colors and negative values
In response to Making Incell charts better article, reader Tony mailed me an excel sheet in which he has modified the charts to display colors and negative values. This is pretty cool. Take a look at the chart below:
The trick lies in displaying the charts in 2 rows, one for positive values and another for negative values and then coloring positive row with green and negative row with red. See aside.
Thanks Tony for sharing this with our readers 🙂
What is your favorite charting trick?
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