# How to Create a Quadrant Chart in Google Sheets(Quick & Easy Guide)

A quadrant chart is a particular kind of graph that enables you to see the points on a scatter plot as belonging to four different quadrants.

## How to Create a Quadrant Chart in Google Sheets : Step By Step Guide

Enclosed are the steps to Create a Quadrant Chart in Google Sheets

### Step 1 : Open Google Sheet and prepare yout data set

As a first step we will need a data set for which we can create a Quadrant Chart

You can create an arrange your dataset in X-axis and Y-axis as shown below .

### Step 2 : Insert a Scatter PlotGraph

• Select any cell within the data set and press CTRL+A to select the entire dataset .
• Now Click on the Insert menu and Select Chart from the drop-down

Insert->Chart

### Step 3 : Change the Chart type

Once you click on Insert->Chart .A Chart editor screen will pop-up on the right side of your Google Sheets..

Google Sheet will automatically insert a default Line Chart for the Select data set as shown below.

• Click on the down arrow in front of Line Chart under Chart type
• Now scroll down and Select Scatter Chart from the suggested Charts

### Step 4 : Customize to create a Quadrant Chart.

In the Scatter plot the X-axis range from -6 to 4 and Y-axis range from -10 to -10.But the Required Quadrant chart requires both the axis to have the same range.

• To edit the range for X-axis Click on the Customize tab on the Chart editor.
• Now Scroll down and expand horizontal axis and change the  Min and Max values to -10 and 10.

Now both the X-axis and Y-axis will have the same range .

In the above tutorial we have shown you a step by step guide using which you can create a Quadrant Chart in Google Sheets.

We hope this tutorial on How to Create a Quadrant Chart in Google Sheets was useful.

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