Make my chart look good
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I recorded the running times that I did with my son when he was at primary school and turned them into an excel chart. I want to make the chart look better, so that I can frame it and put it up on the wall in our games room as a piece of family sporting memorabilia.
I would like you to format the chart to make it look better. Feel free to change how it is organised. Choose what ever colours, fonts, backgrounds, formats, labelling system, label names etc that you think makes it easy to read and understand.
The chart is on the Run Chart tab
There are 6 series.
1CP - 1 Centennial Park circuit. 3.6km distance
H-1CP-H - from home to the park, one circuit and back to home. 5.8km
H-2CP-H - as above but twice around the park. 9.4km
FD5 - a 5km race named "The Fathers Day 5"
Bridge - a 10km race called "The Bridge Run"
C2Surf - a 14km race called "The City to Surf"
2nd Class to 6th Class refers to his school year. He went from 2nd grade to 6th grade over those years, 2006 - 2010.
The times got better, as he got older. Please show a line of best fit with a falling slope for each of the 5 series (not FD5, it only has 1 data point).
The finished product should be in excel or powerpoint, whatever shows off your work the best.
I HAVE NOW ADDED PHOTOS
All the photos were taken around the time of the City 2 Surf each year.
These first ones are of me and my son at home, and show how he was growing each year.
2006(1) and 2006(2) in 2006(use which is best), 2007(1) in 2007, 2008(1) in 2008, 2009A(1) in 2009, and 2010(4) in 2010
These next two are from the finish line of the race in 2009
2009(2) and 2009(4)
Please incorporate them into the display as you see fit.
But try to use all the "Home" pictures to show how we aged over the years.
At a minimum also incorporate 2009 (2) which shows the great view of the race finish.
If you can incorporate 2009 (4) it's a bonus, bit it might be too much.
Looking forward to seeing what works
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