# How to Make a Double Bar Graph in Excel (with Easy Steps)

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If you are looking for how to make a double bar graph in Excel, then you are in the right place. In practical life, we often need to make double-bar graphs to make comparisons. Excel has made it easy to solve this issue. In this article, weâ€™ll try to discuss how to make a double bar graph in Excel.

## How to Make a Double Bar Graph in Excel: 2 Steps

Making a double-bar graph in Excel is quite easy. We need to follow some simple steps to do this. Firstly, we made a dataset named Temperature Dataset in 2021 to show these steps. The dataset has data of Temp in London and Temp in Newyork in the year 2021 in Columns C and D respectively. The dataset is like this.

Letâ€™s see the steps to make a double-bar graph.

### 1. Insertion of Chart Using Dataset to Make a Double Bar Graph

Simply, we need to make the double bar graph of the following dataset.

To do this, firstly, select the whole dataset depending on which parts need to be included in the bar.
Secondly, go to the Insert tab > choose the option Insert Column or Bar Chart from the Charts group.

Fourthly, select the option 2-D Clustered Column shown in the picture below.

Eventually, weâ€™ll get the double bar graph as output like this.
Consequently, the orange color legend is Temp in New York ( deg C) and the blue color legend is Temp In London ( deg C).

Lastly, change the chart title according to the requirement. Eventually, there is a Temperature Difference between London and Newyork.

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### 2. Switch Row/Column

We can also change the double bar column in a way where we need to show the two different temperature data differently but not stuck together. We need to apply that in the following dataset.

Firstly, select the chart > click on the Chart Design tab > choose the option Switch Row/Column.

As a result, weâ€™ll get the double bar chart like this. Here, Temp in London ( deg C) and Temp in Newyork ( deg C) are shown differently.
Additionally, here legends are mainly the monthâ€™s name.

Read More: How to Make a Grouped Bar Chart in Excel

## Things to Remember

When we need to compare data within the same type we need to switch row/column. Here, by switching row/column we have mainly made a bar graph where temperatures in different months in London or New York are compared individually.

## Conclusion

We can make any double bar graph if we study this article properly. If you have any further queries or suggestions regarding this or any other topic in Excel, please feel free to share in the comment section below or on our forum.

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