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Pivot charts enable you to quickly evaluate vast volumes of unstructured data in a variety of ways. Pivot charts, unlike traditional charts, may plot data with hundreds or thousands of rows.

PivotCharts are graphical representations of the data in the PivotTables they are linked to. Interactive PivotCharts are also available. The PivotChart Filter Pane appears when you build a PivotChart. The underlying data of the PivotChart can be sorted and filtered using this filter pane.

In your PivotTable, select a cell. Select any chart option from the Insert Chart dropdown menu on the Insert tab. The graph is now visible in the worksheet.

To make a chart from a PivotTable, follow these steps:

  • Choose a cell from your table.
  • Select PivotTable Tools > Analyze > PivotChart from the PivotTable Tools menu.
  • Choose a graph.
  • Click OK.

You may visualise your data in a variety of ways using pivot tables. You can also use a feature called Slicers to filter many pivot tables at the same time if you're using Excel 2010 or later. Let's look at an example of how pivot tables can help you quickly see what you want in your data.

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