Stacked Column Chart Examples and Templates

Some editable and printable stacked column chart examples are available here. Download them for free.

What is Stacked Column Chart

A stacked column chart is used to compare the contribution of each value to a total across categories. The column in a stacked column chart are divided into categories. Each column represents a total. It is similar with stacked bar chart. The difference is that bar chart has horizontal bar while column chart has vertical shapes.

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Stacked Column Chart Templates and Examples

Here is what a stacked column chart would look like:

Favorite Sports Stacked Column Chart Example

Sports Stacked Bar Chart

In the above example, each column of the stacked column chart is divided into two categories: girls and boys. Each of the 4 columns represents a whole. It visually shows that:

  1. 21 students like Ping-Pong best, out of which only 8 are girls.
  2. 31 students like badminton best. out of which 13 are girls.
  3. 38 students' favorite sport is volleyball, out of which 18 are girls.
  4. 40 students like basket ball, out of which 15 are girls.

Check out some 3D stacked column chart templates below. Download them to make them your own. In Edraw, you can change its color easily through the Color Bar.

Cylinder 3D Stacked Column Chart Template

Stacked Column Chart

Download Sales Stacked Column Chart Template in PDF Format

Download Sales Stacked Column Chart Template in Editable Format

3D Stacked Column Chart Template

Stacked Column Chart Example

Download Stacked Column Chart Template in PDF Format

Download Stacked Column Chart Template in Editable Format

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