On the Format tab, in the Current Selection group, click the arrow next to the Chart Elements box, and then click the chart element that you want. On the Layout tab, in the Analysis group, click Error Bars.
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The direction of the error bars depends on the chart type of your chart. For scatter charts, both horizontal and vertical error bars are displayed by default. On a 2-D area, bar, column, line, xy scatter , or bubble chart, click the error bars, the data point, or the data series that has the error bars that you want to change, or do the following to select them from a list of chart elements:. Under Display , click the error bar direction and end style that you want to use.
To use a different method to determine the error amount, click the method that you want to use, and then specify the error amount.
To use custom values to determine the error amount, click Custom , and then do the following:. In the Positive Error Value and Negative Error Value boxes, specify the worksheet range that you want to use as error amount values, or type the values that you want to use, separated by commas. For example, type 0.
To specify the worksheet range, you can click the Collapse Dialog button , and then select the data that you want to use in the worksheet. Click the Collapse Dialog button again to return to the dialog box. On a 2-D area, bar, column, line, xy scatter , or bubble chart, click the error bars, the data point, or the data series that has the error bars that you want to remove, or do the following to select them from a list of chart elements:.
For example, in a line chart, click one of the lines in the chart, and all the data marker of that data series become selected.
Trendlines, Error Bars, and Grid Lines (Mac)
Under Error amount , click Custom , and then click Specify Value. In the Positive Error Value and Negative Error Value boxes, type the values that you want for each data point, separated by commas for example, 0. You can also define error values as a range of cells from the same Excel workbook.
To select the range of cells, in the Custom Error Bars dialog box, clear the contents of the Positive Error Value or Negative Error Value box, and then select the range of cells that you want to use. Create a chart. Change the chart type of an existing chart.
Add, change, or remove error bars in a chart
Review equations for calculating error amounts Office On 2-D area, bar, column, line, xy scatter , or bubble chart, do one of the following: To add error bars to all data series in the chart, click the chart area. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Arshad' Khan Replied on September 27, Once you a chart inserted. You can find Error Bars here.
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? ChristopherGaenssler Replied on September 27, In reply to Arshad' Khan's post on September 27, Double-click one of the bars to display the Format Up Bars dialog, where you can customize these bars.
Double-click an error bar to display the Format Error Bars dialog. You can format your error bars in this dialog.
You can specify custom error values by clicking the Specify Value button and choosing cells. Excel for Mac: