Clustered Histograms

Panikos

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I am trying to graph 2 sets(4r*5c) of data(clustered) on a histodram, next to each other, with each set stacked in a column.
Is there a way to combine these two types of histograms?

Thanx
This message was edited by panikos on 2002-10-02 06:25
 

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sann0638

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The only thing I found to do this was to have one on top of the other and make them different widths. This only works really well if one data set is consistently bigger than the other.

To do this choose the custom type bar/line on two axes, then right click on the data series and choose change chart type and change to stacked data.
 

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