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EXCEL CHARTING TEMPLATES--Stuart Harder, Owen White, Scott Born

For other examples of Excel Charting templates, see Old/Other Charting Templates


Other: MS Excel Standard Charting Template_v5 (xls) (486 KB)

Found at Owen White's website--EDSPE Classroom Measurement and Management

IMPORTANT NOTES about the templates--Please READ BEFORE downloading.

Problems or Questions

Stu Harder has given permission for users to email him questions about the templates. If you don't have questions, a note of thanks would be appreciated :-). THANK YOU STU!

If you have problems opening or other with the templates, please contact Stu Harder, and me, so we are aware of issues, and can post a note on this site notifying others.


Please note

  • the file name of the template, ex: SCCFB_dcpm_v7_3,
  • the version of Excel that you are using, ex: Excel 2003,
  • the operating system of your computer, ex: Windows XP, ex: MacOS 8, and
  • SPECIFIC problems with the template, ex: "Excel shuts down", or "can't open file with "corrupted file" message", etc.

This helps Stu to figure out what might be the problem, and helps me in noting the specific problem. Thanks!



Issues and Incompatibilities


1. There is a possible incompatibility with Excel 2007 due to non support of the macro programming language.

The templates so far work well with Excel 2003.

2. Incompatibility with Open Access Spreadsheets

The Excel Charting templates are NOT compatible with OpenOffice Calc, and will not perform or chart correctly if used with that application. This is due to incompatibilities in visual basic language used in the macro programming of OpenOffice vs. Microsoft applications.



12/15/08 Latest versions of the templates

Note from Stu Harder,

"...Version 7-3 of the daily per minute, daily per day, weekly per week, monthly per month, yearly per year, and stacked dots daily per minute are all upgraded with the fix. I also updated a routine users may not have known about. This routine removes the connecting lines between data points that border phase change lines. To remove connecting lines, invoke Control+Shift+K (Windows) or Command+Option+Shift+K (Mac). To reverse the process, invoke Control+Shift+J (Windows) and Command+Option+Shift+J (Mac). Be sure to do this before removing phase lines as the the program needs to know where to look for the disconnected data points.


There may be test data in the template. Clear before using



12/15/08 Daily Count per Minute SCCFB dcpm v7-3.xls

(like a Dpmin-11DC DAILY per minute chart)

LARGE FILE (2.2Mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

Daily Count per Minute


12/15/08 Updated Stacked Dots, NOW Multiple Frequencies SCCFB(mf)(dcpm)v7-3.xls

LARGE FILE (4.3 Mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

 Updated Stacked Dots Chart,NOW Multiple Frequencies daily counts per minute


12/15/08 Daily Count per Day SCCFB dcpd v7-3a.xls

(like a Dpday-2EC DAILY per day)

LARGE FILE (2.0 Mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

Daily Count per day


12/15/08 Weekly Count per Week SCCFB wcpw v7-3.xls

(like a [Wpwk-3EC WEEKLY per week)

LARGE FILE (2.2 Mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

Weekly Count per Week


12/15/08 Monthly Count per Month SCCFB mcpm v7-3.xls

(like a Mpmon-3EC MONTHLY per month)

LARGE FILE (2.1 Mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

Monthly Count per Month


12/15/08 Yearly Count per Year 1-1,000,000 SCCFB ycpy v7-3.xls

(like a YC-1EN YEARLY per year)

To display yearly counts where zero counts are not anticipated. This template is scaled from 1 to 1,000,000.

LARGE FILE (2.1 mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

Yearly Count per Year. 1-1,000,000


6/14/07 Yearly Count per Year 0.1-100,000 SCCFB_ycpy_v7_1.xls

Based on a six-cycle scale of .1 to 100,000. Use this template to display data with zero-count years as the template will place zero counts just below the record floor. (The record floor is usually set at 1.0 unless partial data years are present)

LARGE FILE (2.0 Mb): Please right-click and SAVE file

Yearly Count per Year. 0.1-100,000**




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