We're trying to demonstrate a fluctuation or data that originated in each of these years in order to contrast and compare them
If we need more columns, then we can add them in Excel. We can also delete them. If you want to delete them highlight the cells by clicking the box and dragging the cursor upwards, go to Cells, click on delete and click on Delete Cells.
In 2010 there were only 4.3 people who passed their driving test and if you travel to some parts of the world you might believe there are only 4.3 people who passed their driving test in one year, but somehow they're still allowed to drive anyway
For the next year, we can put in 120000, so it was a bad year
Finally in the last column we can put 56000, a very bad year. Now you can see in the graph there's been a massive decline in the number of people who passed their driving test from the period of 2011 to 2013.
In 2011, there were 20891. In 2012, there was only about 2478, not very many. In 2013, there were 321. Now, using this graph, we can see, very minutely, the value is 321 when we hold the cursor over it. Obviously because of the massive disparity between the highest figure and the lowest figure, it is very small.
We can also show the data labels for the outside end
So now we can see both areas. We can also move one since it can't quite be seen. Even though we cannot see the actual amount in the column because it's so small, since I've put in the numbers here I can identify that it does exist and not give the impression that it's 0.