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Hvordan ændres boblekortfarve baseret på kategorier i Excel?

Hvis du vil ændre forskellige boblefarver baseret på forskellige kategorier i et boble diagram i Excel som vist nedenstående skærmbillede, kan denne vejledning hjælpe dig.
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Skift farve på boblediagram baseret på kategorier


pil blå højre boble Skift farve på boblediagram baseret på kategorier

1. Du skal først kopiere dine x-akse-værdier og indsætte dem i en tom kolonne ved siden af ​​dit originale dataområde.

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2. Skriv derefter kategorienavnene i cellerne lige over dataområdet, og hold en tom celle mellem hver to kategorier. Se skærmbillede:

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3. Skriv derefter y i cellerne under hver kategori, og skriv Bubble in på cellerne under hver tomme celle. Se skærmbillede nedenfor:

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4. Skriv denne formel = HVIS ($ A3 = F $ 1, $ C3, NA ()) ind i cellen under Y celle, og træk påfyldningshåndtaget til det område, du har brug for.

Bemærk: $ A3 angiver kategorienavnet i dit originale dataområde, og F $ 1 angiver den kategori, du har brug for i denne kolonne, $ C3 angiver y-værdien i dit originale dataområde.

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5. Skriv derefter denne formel = HVIS (ISNA (F3), NA (), $ D3) ind i cellen under Bubble celle og træk fyldhåndtaget til det område, du har brug for.

Bemærk: F3 angiver cellen, der er tilbage til den aktive celle, og $ D3 angiver bobleværdien i dit originale dataområde.

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6. Vælg det nye dataområde, du opretter i ovenstående trin, og klik på indsatte > Andre diagrammer > Bubble, og vælg den boble-type, du har brug for.

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Klik på i Excel 2013 indsatte > Indsæt scatter (XY) eller boblediagram > Bubble.

Nu kan du se den samme kategori med den samme boblefarve.

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Hvis du vil ændre diagramfarve baseret på værdi, kan du gå til denne vejledning Sådan ændres diagramfarve baseret på værdi i Excel.

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Nice except that the graph comes out with other values on the x axis than what is in the data table you make the graph on...
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If you clear the cell that reads 'x' you should be able to get the values
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wow what wizardry is this? it works but no idea why
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Thanks for this guide - it's solved a big issue for me. Well, almost. I've got this set up, but also have Data Labels on the bubbles. However, I am having an issue with the Data Label dissapearing from the bubble when the Category (bubble colour) is changed. I've tried a few things, the thing that has come closest to solving the issue is: Changing all my data to the same category, configuring the Data Labels to the right format (the label content is coming from a range of cells), then changing all the data to the next category, and setting up the formats... repeating for all caegories. Once that is done then I can happily change the categories and the bubble colours change and the bubbles remain labeled... However.. If I save the document, close it and reopen then changing the category results in the bubble changing colour, but the data label on the bubble disspears. Looking at the settings nothing has changed but the label content does not show. Changing the cateogry back to the original value results in the label coming back.. Has anyone seen this before? ... and if so, any ideas on a solution? ~/R
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continue from previous msg.... X axis = period, Y axis = value, bubble = value with customer name
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Hi there, I would like to know is it possible to have the bubble's colour based on risk level with the following information availbale below and the colour of the bubble will depend on risk level (example, Medium = Orange, Low = Green, High = Red, Converted = Blue). I tried follow the example you showed above but couldn't get it working... customer Period Value Risk level A Jan-17 $15,000 Medium B Dec-16 $20,000 Low C Mar-17 $25,000 Converted D Feb-17 $10,000 High E Jan-17 $30,000 Medium F Apr-17 $8,000 Low Thanks in advance for your help! Casey
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I see that these steps work, but there is no explanation of why. for example you use the formula "=IF(ISNA(H10),NA(),$D10)", what does this mean and why are you using it. Is there a document available that not only shows a user how to change the colours but explains the process.
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you are probably doing what I did initially which is selecting the header rows when selecting the data, if you only select the values and no headers it will work fine
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Thanks for this walkthrough. A problem that I have, and I see you have it too based on the screen shots, is that the x axis no longer reflects the values from your data. The position of the bubbles along the x axis may be accurately scaled but the actual values are missing. How do you fix that?
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The x-axis displays the number of items in the list and the position of each one. The only workaround that I could figure out was to selected Edit Data and then select each category and specify the cell reference rather than leaving it as a range.
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[quote]Thanks for this walkthrough. A problem that I have, and I see you have it too based on the screen shots, is that the x axis no longer reflects the values from your data. The position of the bubbles along the x axis may be accurately scaled but the actual values are missing. How do you fix that?By David[/quote] The values along the x-axis reflect the position within the selection, not the actual values for the x-axis. eg., the first bubble is position 2 (second row), second bubble is position 3 and so forth. The values generated along the x-axis will reflect the number of items in the list. The only workaround that I could discover was to Edit Data and then select each category and manually adjust the cell references for x-axis, y-axis, and bubble size to reflect the actual cell, not a range.
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Hi Becky,


Thanks for sharing this with us. Can you please explain this with an example? It would be really helpful. Thank you.
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An alternative to this is editing the data to not include the row header (ie, the "x"). This seems to make the values correspond with the x-axis.
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