Make a horizontal bar graph in minutes with this free online horizontal bar graph maker

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Tab Lab's horizontal bar graph maker is extremely easy to use. We have made the process very quick and simple. Just upload your data and then click the dropdowns to configure your horizontal bar graph.

Create a horizontal bar graph from CSV data

More than 15 types of graphs

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Make a horizontal bar graph from Google Drive

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- Upload your dataset
- Pick the column for the X axis
- Pick the column for the Y axis
- Embed, share or download

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Different situations call for different graphs. Learn about each type of graph and when to use it below.

A line graph shows how values change over time. A line chart is useful seeing the relationship between two variables

A line graph where the values of each series add together. Use when you want to know the contributions of different values to a whole.

A bar graph shows the value of data in different categories. Use a bar graph to compare data from different categories.

A grouped bar graph shows the value of multiple series of data in different categories. Use a grouped bar graph to compare multiple series of data across different categories.

A horizontal bar graph is just a regular bar graph rotated 90 degrees. Use a horizontal bar graph to show rankings in your data

A stacked bar graph shows how mulitple series make up a total value in different categories. Use a stacked bar graph to compare values when each value is made up from multiple series

A box plot summarizes the shape of your data. Use a box plot to compare the shapes of different variables.

A parallel box plot is the same as a regular box plot but rotated 90 degrees. Use a parallel box plot to summarize your data and show rankings

A scatter plot shows how one variable relates to another. Use a scatter plot to look at relationships in your data.