In one of your future presentations, I believe you will be required to create a double-sided chart that is particularly useful to represent data with minimum to maximum range. Though there is actually a Keynote template for it, but apparently we might have missed it.
Before continuing to guide you on creating double-sided chart, let’s first see what it looks like.
Double-Sided Bar Chart
This prototype of double-sided chart is done within 5 minutes with random data entries. But it seems to be done with many efforts put in.
Creation of Double-Sided Bar Chart
By following these simple steps, you will be able to create your own double-sided bar chart with Keynote (and I’m using Keynote’09 now), with assumption that you’ve a little understanding on how to use Keynote.
- Create a blank page with your Keynote
- From toolbar, click on Charts and then choose type of chart in row 4 column 1 (stacked green and blue cascaded bars)
- Initially two regions will be given. From this, input every value of left side region to negative number
- By omitting unnecessary information and reconstructing your chart, overall you’ve finished shaping your chart
- To disguise your double regions bar chart into one single double-sided bar chart, put same color on both side
Now, I’m sure that I’ve got my message passed. Thank you for reading.