The last several days have seen a couple of articles about the decline of history majors in America. How big is the problem? And is it isolated, or across the proverbial board? This will let you see the macro trend, and drill down all the way to a single institution, if you'd like. The four charts, clockwise from top left are: Raw numbers of bachelor's degrees awarded from 2011-2016 (AY); percentage of total (which only makes sense when you color the bars) to show the origins of those degrees; percentage change since the first year selected; and numeric change since the first year selected. You can color the bars by anything in the top box at right (the blue one) or just leave totals; and you can filter the results to any region, or group of years, or major group (for instance, history, or physical sciences), or even any specific institution. And of course you can combine filters to look at Business majors in the Southeast, if you wish. That's it. Pretty simple.