Learn how to create Log and Semi-Log Graphs in Google Sheets

June 20, 2022

Google Sheets is a powerful browser-based spreadsheet full of capabilities to help you analyze your data. 

With Cloud Computing maturing and the take-over of SaaS for business applications, how many organizations still rely on on-premise (locally-installed) software today to manage their various business processes? 

Although Google Sheets is estimated to have surpassed 1 billion users globally, many finance and accounting teams continue to depend on the local version of Excel installed in their machines. Not too long ago, within the last decade even, many business executives were firmly anti-SaaS. Many today continue to fight against the inevitability that spreadsheets will move entirely online. How many college students today are asked to install Excel locally vs using Google Sheets as part of their course work? 

Update your FP&A skills by adopting Google Sheets as your go-to spreadsheet for analysis and financial modeling and be ahead of the curve. More accurately at this stage, move to Google Sheets today to catch up to the curve.  

Whether you have already embraced Google Sheets or just now considering it, try building your next Log Graph using the step by step tips offered by this MakeUseOf.com article authored by Amir Bohlooli

Amir invites you to try building your own Log and Semi-Log graphs within Google Sheets 

“Google Sheets is a capable spreadsheet app that allows you to create various types of charts. What's more, you can create semi-log or log-log graphs in Google Sheets with only a couple of clicks. Read on to learn how you can create logarithmic graphs in Google Sheets.” 

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