As far as I know there is no module that will duplicate a graphic chart from Excel into a duplicate web usable form. Your best bet is to generate an image of the chart graphically, or have Excel create a web document you can edit for display, and then apply that result onto the web page.
If you are asking for a dynamic way to do all of this automagically from changing data, you are asking for a lot of work. There are other Perl specific tools that can create charts from raw data, but I can't guide you on that journey because I have little experience on that road.
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