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horizontal axis of a chart, usually containing the names of data groups; in a 2-dimensional chart, also known as the x-axis
category axis
a separate sheet in a workbook that contains only a chart, which is linked to the workbook data
chart sheet
a graphical representation of a data point, such as a bar or column
data marker
individual piece of data plotted in a chart
data point
a column or row in a datasheet. Also, the selected range in a worksheet that Excel converts into a chart
data series
a chart displayed as an object in a worksheet
embedded chart
evenly spaced horizontal and/or vertical lines used in a worksheet or chart to make it easier to read
gridlines
in a chart, information that explains how data is represented by colors or patterns
legend
a chart or graphic image that can be moved and resized; displays handles when selected
object
in a chart, the area inside the horizontal and vertical axes
plot area
small dots at the corners and edges of a chart, indicating that the chart is selected
sizing handles
labels added to a chart to draw attention to a particular area
text annotations
notations of a scale of measure on a chart axis
tick marks
in a chart, vertical axis that contains numerical values; in a 2-dimensional chart, also known as the y-axis
value axis
the horizontal axis in a chart; because it often shows data categories, such as months, also called the category axis
x-axis
the vertical axis in a chart; because it often contains numerical values in a 2-dimensional chart, also called the value axis
y-axis
the third axis in a true 3-D chart; lets you compare data points across both categories and values
z-axis
a slice of a pie chart that has been pulled away from the whole pie, in order to add emphasis
exploding pie slice
compares distinct object levels using a vertical format; the Excel default; sometimes referred to as a bar chart in other spreadsheet programs
column chart
compares trends over even time intervals; looks similar to an area chart, but does not emphasize total
line chart
compares sizes of pieces as part of a whole; used for a single series of numbers
pie chart
compares distinct object levels using a horizontal format; sometimes referred to as a horizontal bar chart in other spreadsheet programs
bar chart
shows how individual volume changes over time in relation to total volume
area chart
compares trends over uneven time or measurement intervals; used in scientific and engineering disciplines for trend spotting and extrapolation
scatter chart