There are built-in conversion features for many chart types:
Decide for each series individually if you want to show a column segment or a line. For details please refer to
Combination chart in the user manual.
Switch a column chart to a bar chart and vice versa simply by dragging the chart's rotation handle. For details please refer to
Rotating and flipping elements in the user manual. All labels stay horizontal and the layout of the chart is recalculated to make everything fit.
Toggle the value axis between absolute and percent representations. The results depend on the chart type. For details please refer to
Adjusting the value axis type in the user manual.
Convert a scatter chart into a bubble chart (and vice versa) simply by adding or removing the values in the datasheet's "Size" column. For details please refer to
Scatter chart and bubble chart in the user manual.
Switching between any other chart types is best achieved by creating the new chart next to the existing one and copy-pasting the data from the old datasheet
to the new one. Sometimes you may have to reinterpret the data. E.g., in a bubble chart each data point has three dimensions (x, y, and size), while in a column chart it has only one dimension (y).
If you want to explore multiple ways of displaying the same data, we suggest you use an
Excel data link . You can create as many charts as you want all
linked to the same Excel data range. This way, when data changes all linked charts can be updated to reflect the change and you can easily compare the results.