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Gustav
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 Posted: Wed Sep 01, 2004 4:22 am    Post subject: mutliple Graphs in one Diagram Hello, i want to create a xy-diagram with two or three graphs inside. The intervalls of the x- / y-values of the further graphs are mostly similair; and all graphs should be of the same typ. (xy-) I remember, in Excel you can do that by adding a additional data area into the diagram. But, I cannot find any equal function in Calc. How is that made correctly in Calc? In the worst case: Does any body know a work around for that problem? Cheers, Gustav.
joerg04

Joined: 14 May 2004
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 Posted: Wed Sep 01, 2004 5:30 am    Post subject: I hope I didn't get it wrong. I assume that you want to plot different x with different y in one chart. My data are arranged in the following way (example for 3 x-y data series) : row __A____ B____C____D <- column 1 x11__y11 2 x12__y12 3 x13__y13 4 x21_______y21 5 x22_______y22 6 x23_______y23 7 x31____________y31 8 x32____________y32 9 x33____________y33 ..... Select ALL and sort (column A) --> plot (xy). That's the way I do it. Maybe you need to rearrange your data and plot it again if you want to add further data (actually I didn't try it). I wonder if there is a better solution. Hope this helps._________________joerg04 RKWard: sidux: Musix:
David
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Joined: 24 Oct 2003
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Posted: Wed Sep 01, 2004 7:35 am    Post subject: Re: mutliple Graphs in one Diagram

 Gustav wrote: Hello, i want to create a xy-diagram with two or three graphs inside. The intervalls of the x- / y-values of the further graphs are mostly similair; and all graphs should be of the same typ. (xy-) I remember, in Excel you can do that by adding a additional data area into the diagram. But, I cannot find any equal function in Calc. How is that made correctly in Calc? In the worst case: Does any body know a work around for that problem? Cheers, Gustav.

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Look for Graphmatica.

David.
Gustav
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Posted: Thu Sep 02, 2004 1:45 am    Post subject:

 joerg04 wrote: I hope I didn't get it wrong. I assume that you want to plot different x with different y in one chart. My data are arranged in the following way (example for 3 x-y data series) : row __A____ B____C____D <- column 1 x11__y11 2 x12__y12 3 x13__y13 4 x21_______y21 5 x22_______y22 6 x23_______y23 7 x31____________y31 8 x32____________y32 9 x33____________y33 ..... Select ALL and sort (column A) --> plot (xy). That's the way I do it. Maybe you need to rearrange your data and plot it again if you want to add further data (actually I didn't try it). I wonder if there is a better solution. Hope this helps.

Thanks Jorge!

That is exactly that what I was looking for.

CU,

Gustav
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