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peyote

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Hi,

I am trying to create a scatter graph and I am having problems. I am wondering if it is at all possible to have two scatter graphs side by side but as one graph. I want to be able to keep the y-axis the same but half way along be able to change the x-axis values with a line down the middle separating the data. It is basically two sets of data side by side, a continuation, using the same y-axis data.

Here is a very rough pic to help explain what I mean.

Hope I explained it properly. Really hope someone can help.

Thank you.

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Just saw your post. Disregard this if you have solved your problem. When I do scatter graps I do them in Excell and I can then traansfer ofr copy to msword. Here is an address which willead you in building your scatter grap.

http://www.ncsu.edu/...xcel/excel.html

Good Luck, eddie460
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Just saw your post. Disregard this if you have solved your problem. When I do scatter graps I do them in Excell and I can then transfer or copy to msword. Here is an address which will lead you in building your scatter graph.

http://www.ncsu.edu/...xcel/excel.html

Good Luck, eddie460
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