Is there a limit on the number of controls one can place on

matthume

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By limit I am speaking either theoretical or effective. I have a chart comparing two lines, one of which is a composite of up to 21 values. I need the ability to include or exclude each of these values from the plot.

What I have is a checkbox and label for each value on the chart. That way the user can see the effect from including or excluding each value. Also, the values status will print with the chart.

I also have two spinnners to adjust the Y intercept of the second line.

Does anyone have experience in this area? Am I asking for trouble?
 

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