I tried to create one in Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 with the
Insert -> Chart tool and got something like this:
But every bar starts from 0, whereas I need them to start from somewhere I designate, just like in the first image (you can see the bar for "Crosslink NX (w/o Tx)" roughly starts at a bit over 15).
My question is what type of chart is the first image called, and most importantly, how can I create a similar one? What tools should I use and how do I do it?
Edit: I would like to further improve my graph to something like this:
But this chart was created with a workaround. It started from a vertical bar chart in Excel, and I had to manually rotate all the text:
Then I copied the chart as an image, pasted it to where I needed it, and manually rotated the copy-pasted picture.
I'd like to have the cookie numbers axis at the bottom of the rotated chart, not the top where it currently is, and furthermore, is there a more straightforward method to create such a chart?