How to use and edit this chart template
To edit this chart template, execute following steps.
- Right click on the chart to open chart menu. Click Edit Data. This will open the linked Excel sheet (see video below).
- Enter variable 1 data values in column A. These values form the X-axis of the bubble chart.
- Enter variable 2 data values in column B. These values form the Y-axis of the bubble chart.
- Enter variable 3 data values in column D. These values form the Z-axis of the bubble chart and they determine the bubble size. Larger the Z-axis value, bigger is the bubble.
- The variable 3 data values are shown inside each bubble.
- You can add your data manually or copy data from Excel or any other data source.
- Close the Excel sheet.
- Restyle and customize to change text, fonts, colors etc. to match your brand guidelines, corporate identity / corporate design and preferences.
- Easily change Y-axis values from percentage to absolute numbers or currency.
- Modify the template for your own use case, industry or job function. Easily change, add or delete categories and corresponding data series, if you have more/less data than provided in this ready-to-use template.
- File format: PPTX. Compatible with PowerPoint 2013 and above.
Use case example: Words in ad headline and cost per click (CPC) analysis
Bubble chart in this example analyzes correlation between number of words in social media ad headline, click through rate (CTR) and cost per click (CPC).
Number of words in ad headline are plotted on X-axis. Click through rates (CTR) are plotted on Y-axis. Cost per click (CPC) is plotted in form of bubble at the intersection of X and Y-axis. CPC value determines the diameter / size of each bubble. Larger the CPC, bigger is the bubble size.
As you can see, 5 word ad headlines get highest CTR (25%), with a CPC of $2.35. Ads with 6 words in headline reported not only low CTR but also high CPC (and hence the largest bubble size).
You can also use this line chart template to compare cost per click (CPC) for various digital marketing campaigns.