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Histograms in Excel: 3 Ways to Create a Histogram Chart (+Download)

A histogram chart is a great way to present your data. It groups your data into bins or classes and shows the number of items per bin. For example: Your data has “Big Mac” prices in different countries. A histogram shows how many countries have a Big Mac price between 1 and 2 USD, 2 and 3 USD and so on. 

This article introduces three methods in Excel how to create a histogram. Please also feel free to download all examples in an Excel file.


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Emojis in Excel: How to Insert Emojis into Excel Cells

You’ll probably have a good reason for it: Inserting emojis or similar symbols into an Excel cell. Before we start we should probably mention the bad news: the emojis you got on your mobile phone are only possible to insert on a Mac. On a computer running Windows 8 or later you can insert an emoji, but it looks ugly. If you are still running a Windows PC with Windows 7 or earlier, there are similar symbols available.


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How to Combine Two Chart Types in Excel

Creating charts in Excel is quite easy: Select the data and choose your desired chart type on the ‘Insert’ ribbon. But when it comes to combining two chart types – for example a column chart with a line on top – many users suddenly struggle. But actually, it’s almost as simple as inserting a normal chart. Let’s have a look at how to do it and how to further adjust your chart. […]