Create a Bar Chart for Free with Aodbe Spark
An intuitive interface makes it easy to plug in your data, mock it up, and share it. No design or Excel skills necessary!
A bar graph (or bar chart) displays data using rectangular bars. One axis of a bar chart measures a value, while the other axis can portray a variety of categories. When the data is plotted, the chart presents a comparison of the categories. With Adobe Spark’s online graph maker, you can quickly make a bar chart of your own, and have fun while doing it!
Showcase Data with Adobe Spark's Bar Chart Maker
Spark’s bar graph creator makes it simple to enter in your information and turn it into a stunning chart. Impress your audience by adding color to your chart, and download your finished product in moments. Follow our steps below to create your next graph with Adobe Spark.
How to Make a Bar Graph
Start with the Data
Have a chart title ready, along with your X and Y axis data. Your X-axis will feature the different categories of data, and your Y-axis will measure them. Enter your items and values under the content tab of the graph creator page.
Customize Your Bar Chart
Once your data is in, hit the “design” tab to explore color themes. Feel free to play around with the other chart types, such as pie, donut, or line charts, in case any of those options serve your data better.
Download and Share
Download your chart in mere moments! A png file will appear in your downloads, and you can showcase it on presentations, emails, social platforms, or even printed collateral. Save your design in case you need to revisit it later with updated data.
Let Spark be your Bar Graph Creator Expert
The most important part about any infographic is that it’s easy to read and interpret the data. Adobe Spark turns numbers into eye-catching, informational art. Let your creativity shine through the display of your data by taking advantage of customizable options. Share within moments to leave your audience both impressed and informed!
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