# How to Make a Graph from a Table in Excel (5 Suitable Ways)

In Excel, a graph is a very important tool to visualize data from a table. So, making a Graph from a Table is a necessary thing. In this article, I will show you 5 effective ways to make a graph from a Table in Excel. We can use many types of graphs. In this article, I will use Line chart, Bar chart, Pie chart, Scattered chart, and Histogram to make a graph from a Table. Hope you will find the ways interesting.

## How to Make a Graph from a Table in Excel: 5 Effective Ways

Letâ€™s consider a dataset of Yearly Sales of XYZ Traders. The data table has 3 columns B, C, & D indicating data of No. of Year, Cost, and salesÂ respectively. The data table starts from the B4 cell and ends in the D10 cell. I will use this whole data table to make graphs from a table. I will show the whole procedure with the necessary information.

### 1. Introduce Line Chart for Making a Graph from a Table

In this method, to Make a Graph from a Table, I will introduce a Line chart. The procedure is straightforward and handy, Here I am going to show the whole procedure to Make a Graph from a Table using a Line Chart with necessary illustrations.

Steps:

• First, Select the columns of data you want to show in your graph. Here I have selected data ranging from C4 to C12.

• Go to the Insert tab on your Toolbar. You will find the Line Chart option there.

• Click on the Line Chart You will find a Dropdown menu.
• Select the first option.

• Your graph will appear just like the one given below.

• To get other options to edit the graph, Go to the indicated icon.

• After that, you will find this menu bar. You can use any of the options to edit the chart. I have edited the chart title.

• After all the edits, your graph will look like the one below.

Read More: How to Make an X-Y Graph in Excel

### 2. Insert Bar Chart to Make a Graph from a Table

In this section, I am going to describe another method to Make a Graph from a Table. This is another easy method. I will insert a Bar Chart for Making a Graph from a Table in Excel. Hope this will make your skills stronger.

Steps:

• First, Select the data ranging from C4 to D10.

• Then Go to the Insert tab on your Toolbar.
• After that, Select the Bar Chart.
• Next, Select the first option in the 3D Column.

• As a result, you will see your Bar Chart just like the chart given below.

### 3. Apply Pie Chart for Making a Graph from a Table

In this articleâ€™s portion, I will introduce a new method to Make a Graph from a Table. This is a smart and handy way. I will apply Pie Chart to Make a Graph from a Table. Here is a new dataset table. In this table, there are two columns B & C which indicate No. of Years and Sales respectively. I hope you will find the method interesting.

Steps:

• First, Select the data ranging from C5 to C10.

• Hence, Go to the Insert tab on your Toolbar.
• Select the Pie Chart
• Then Select the first one of the 3D Pie.

• You can see your pie chart just like the picture given below.
• Then, to insert data labels, Select the Icon in the topmost right corner of the chart. Click on it.
• Select the Data LabelsÂ option.

• You will see the data labels on your pie chart just like the picture given below.

### 4. Use Scattered Chart to Make a Graph from a Table

Here, I will describe a new method to Make a Graph from a Table. This is a useful technique. I will apply a Scattered Chart to Make a Graph from a Table. I hope This method will increase your Excel skills.

Steps:

• First, Select the data ranging from C5 to C10 from the dataset.

• Then, Go to the Insert tab of your Toolbar.
• Select the Scattered chart option from the Ribbon.
• After that, you will see a Dropdown menu there. Select the Second one.

• Then, you will see your scattered chart.
• Moreover, to edit the graph, Go to the Right Topmost Icon of the graph. Click on it.
• Hence, you will find options to edit the graph.

• Lastly, Your graph will be shown just like the graph given below.

### 5. Make a Graph from a Table by Histogram

I will describe the last method for Making a Graph from a Table in this article. This is an important technique to visualize data in Excel. I will apply a Histogram to Make a Graph from a Table. I hope This method will increase your Excel skills.

Steps:

• Firstly, Select the data ranging from C5 to C10 from the dataset.

• After that, Go to the Insert tab of your Toolbar.
• You will see the Scattered chart option in the Ribbon. Click on it.
• After that, you will see a Dropdown menu there. Select the First one.

• After that, Go to the Right Topmost Icon of the graph to edit just like the procedure described in the previous method.

• Hence, you will get your Histogram graph just like the picture given below.

## Things to Remember

• For every method described in this article, you should select the data you want to show in your graph, which needs to be selected first.

## Conclusion

You can find more recommended graphs in your Excel. But in this article, I have described the most used methods. I hope these five methods will help you to visualize the data of a dataset by Making graphs from a table in Excel. I think you will find interesting in these methods. If you have any kind of queries, feel free to ask me in the comment section.

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