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Why choose our bar graph maker?
Whether you’re a team of one or a team of five, our brand templating platform makes it easy to create bar graphs and other charts.
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How to make a bar graph
1. Choose a template
Start by selecting a bar graph template.
2. Add your data
Determine your x-axis and y-axis. Typically one axis will be a category and the other axis will be a data value. Adjust the bars in the bar chart to match the values.
3. Customize color
Update the colors of the bar chart to match your brand. Use a single color for the entire chart or try adding a second color to make a particular category stand out.
4. Add text for context
Add a title, data labels and other context to the chart.
5. Share your bar graph
Download the final bar graph as a PNG to embed it in a presentation or infographic or print or share the chart on social media.
What is a bar graph?
A bar chart is a diagram that shows comparisons using rectangular shapes.
When should I use a bar graph?
Bar charts are best used for categorical comparisons. Use line graphs to show changes over time and pie charts to show parts of a whole. Create any type of graph you need with our free graph maker.
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