Football fans in the United States – GendPop example

Football fans in the United States – GendPop example

Football fans in the United States - GendPop example
Football fans in the United States – GendPop example.

In this example, we use GendPop (or GP) to compare football fans in the United States. After we create the chart in GP, we bring it into PowerPoint to add more features to the design.

Source: Statista – https://www.statista.com/statistics/1098449/favorite-sport-gender/
Note: Data as of December 2019.


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GendPop is an online analytics tool that you use to easily compare data between the genders. Of course, this is done in a very creative manner. GP is a fun and “sexay” way to compare data. Especially, when you combine it with other charts and data representations. Moreover, it is easy to use. All you have to do is enter a number and watch the tool go to work. After that, you have the option of changing the color to work for you.

In GP, you enter numbers in the WOMAN box and in the MAN box. Although these numbers are considered percents, you enter them as whole numbers, from 0 to 100. Moreover, you can enter decimals of up to 2 places. So, examples of valid numbers are 65, 12.34, 0.5, and 99.99. It is just that simple. Now, after you enter a number, just leave the box to refresh the chart. Or, just press tab.

With GP, you have the option of applying color to each figure. Overall, we suggest lighter shades, which allow you to see more detail in each figure. In some browsers, you may need to enter a color code color code by hand. That is okay. To apply a color, just click on one of the color bars, and select a color or enter a color by hand. To save your work, click on the Save Chart button. After that, GP saves your chart as a SVG file. This file format allows you to use your chart in many apps, across different platforms.