Clustered column


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(Arch.) a column which is composed, or appears to be composed, of several columns collected together.
See under Cluster, v. t.

See also: Cluster, Column

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In a seminar I was giving at the IMA Texas Councils 10th anniversary conference, an attendee asked if there's a way to label each column in a clustered column chart with both the revenue and percentage of revenue for the month.
5", the 3d clustered column chart that explains the levels of active and sleep nodes is shown in "Fig.
(Note that this Combo option does not appear in Excel 2010 or 2007, but you can still create the combo chart by selecting the Clustered Column icon in the Change Chart Type dialog box.)
On the right hand side of Figure 2 is a clustered column graph that shows all of the information from the table in a single graph; an example of Phase 3: Construction of a graph using organised data.
The chart was created in the following manner: From the Insert tab, select Column in the Charts Group, then select 3-D Column, 3-D Clustered Column. In the chart shown in Exhibit 1, on the Home tab, the formula bar shows that this chart was built using a SERIES function consisting of four references: (a) the chart title (Staticl$B$1), (b) the horizontal axis (Static!$A$2:$A$13), (c) the vertical axis (Static!$B$2:$B$13), and (d) the plot order (1) when multiple series are being charted.
Begin by plotting all of your series as a 2-D clustered column chart.
Zale Cemetery has an imposing prophylae -- two stories of clustered columns -- leading to a walled compound of funerary chapels serving different faiths, including a plain 'Adam and Eve' chapel for atheists.
These principles were adhered to initially at Dore, where the great arches on shafted piers on the crossing and the well-proportioned ambulatory with vaults and clustered columns are especially splendid.