With Excel Pivot Tables you can do a lot of stuff with your data! But did you know that you can even create a Frequency Distribution Table?

Let’s have some fun below! I’ll show you how easy it is to create your own Frequency Distribution Chart!

We will create a chart based on this table with Sales values:

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

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STEP 1: Let us insert a new Pivot Table. Select your data and Go to Insert > Tables > PivotTable

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

 

Select Existing Worksheet and pick an empty space to place your Pivot Table. Click OK.

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

 

STEP 2: Drag SALES into VALUES and ROWS and you’ll see your Pivot Table get updated:

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

Click on Sum of SALES and select Value Field Settings.

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

Select Count and click OK.

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

 

STEP 3: We are almost there! Right click on your Pivot Table and select Group.

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

Accept the suggested values. It will group our values by ranges of 10,000. Click OK.

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

Now it’s grouped together!

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

 

STEP 4: Go to Analyze > Tools > PivotChart 

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

Ensure Clustered Column is selected. Click OK.

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

Your awesome Frequency Distribution is now ready!

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

 

How to Create a Frequency Distribution

Frequency Distribution with Excel Pivot Tables

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