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I would like to graph my survey results with the numerical values of the responses listed on the vertical axis and the questions listed on the horizontal axis.

For example, I imagine the questions noted on the horizontal axis as Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, etc. On the vertical axis, I imagine the actual numerical values (responses) noted by a bar graph.

The possible answers use a 5 point Likert scale (very satisfied to very dissatisfied) that have a numerical 1-5 attached to them, "1" equals very dissatisfied.

How can I graph this?

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Do you want to create the chart for a single survey response (i.e., from one respondent)? Or do you want some sort of summary statistic charted for each question (i.e., from many respondents)? – Excellll Aug 23 '13 at 20:46

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Questions in column A, actual responses for each question in column B. Select the entire range, then choose a bar graph. You can edit the graph by right-clicking on it.

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