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Old September 15th, 2003, 01:31 PM
dvt
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jw wrote:
...when
I try to get the data series on the first axis to be an
xy scatter, all the data lines up vertically on the y
axis and the x axis labels change to nonsense.


What are the ranges in your "Source Data" boxes? Where is your source data?

Dave
dvt at psu dot edu


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Old September 15th, 2003, 08:55 PM
jw
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Thans for your response! I have my data in four series,
three to be charted on the primary x-axis and one to be
charted on the secondary x-axis.

After a certain amount of experimenting, I found that I
can select the one series to be charted on the secondary
axis, then I must go to the Chart Options menu and
select "Secondary X-axis" and deselect "Secondary Y-axis".
The data charted correctly. I just had to follow it
through a bit more!


-----Original Message-----
jw wrote:
...when
I try to get the data series on the first axis to be an
xy scatter, all the data lines up vertically on the y
axis and the x axis labels change to nonsense.


What are the ranges in your "Source Data" boxes? Where

is your source data?

Dave
dvt at psu dot edu


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Old September 15th, 2003, 09:44 PM
dvt
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Default xy scatter

jw wrote:
Thans for your response! I have my data in four series,
three to be charted on the primary x-axis and one to be
charted on the secondary x-axis.

After a certain amount of experimenting, I found that I
can select the one series to be charted on the secondary
axis, then I must go to the Chart Options menu and
select "Secondary X-axis" and deselect "Secondary Y-axis".
The data charted correctly. I just had to follow it
through a bit more!


Ahh yes. I would have needed quite a bit more info to detect that one!
Good thing you found it yourself.

Dave
dvt at psu dot edu


 




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