dynamic scatter with dropdown menu

marc01

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  1. 2016
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  1. Windows
Hi all,
Wondering someone can help.

I am looking to create a dynamic scatter chart that will change depending on the selection from a dropdown menu.
To give some context, I am looking to report the XY locations of serve ball bounce in a tennis match. The chart have a dropdown menu to allow the user to select "Overall", "1st serve", or "2nd serve" ball locations.

I was thinking that using an if function to return all the values in a column could work (?) but can't seem to figure it out. for example =IF(A1="Overall", return all coordinates from a rawData column, IF(A1 = "1st serve", return all 1st serve coordinates from another rawdata column, otherwise return all 2nd serve coordinates from another rawdata column)

Hope this makes sense. If the above idea isn't possible any other advise would be much appreciated.

Many thanks,

Marc
 

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