On the Content editor, add a new slide, or use one with enough space for display. Click on Add element and choose Bar chart.
You can make it horizontal, vertical or stacked. There’s four default sets, or columns, and up to twenty four rows. Each set would be a category, element or variable you want to display, and a new row is automatically added after you input data in the last one.
Let’s take a look at a simple example and go into a few more details.
There’s one goal: display people’s reaction among these three dog breeds
Set 1: Not for me - Set 2: It’s OK - Set 3: Love it - Set 4: So adorable
X Axis label 1: Pug - X Axis label 2: Beagle - X Axis label 3: Bulldog
The bars will be generated from the values in the row of each axis. So, if a hundred people said “Not for me” about the Pugs, set that value on the first box, and so on for the rest of values.
Move to the Design editor in order to see the graph render.
Clicking on the graph allows you to resize the graphic and texts.
Keep in mind that charts resize proportionally to the available space on the slide, for a better display use it alone or next to one other element.