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  • In Excel, make a dumbbell chart.
  • Click Insert > Insert Column or Bar Chart > Clustered Bar, then pick the axis column range and the first data series (in this case, range A2:B5).

A panel chart (also known as a trellis chart or a tiny multiple) is a collection of smaller charts that are contrasted and split by separators. A panel chart combines all of these tiny charts into one spot because they all have the same axes and are measured on the same scale.

A composite chart with circles and lines is known as a dumbbell chart. It's great for showing change and measuring the distance between two sets of data points. DNA chart, gap chart, barbell chart, and linked dot plot are all synonyms for the dumbbell chart.

A composite chart with circles and lines is known as a dumbbell chart. It's great for showing change and measuring the distance between two sets of data points.

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