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Aug 16, 2018 6:40 PM
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Hi All,

I have the following problem whereby I have few Xs and Ys. Depending on product, not all the data I crunched from database has the same parameters. I am aware that I can just use drag/drop but I intend to do it using a simple script.

For eg. in Product A, my Ys are Strength, Tensile, Mass and Diameter which means that I don't have Force in my column. Here my X is Date.

And for eg. in Product B, my Ys are Strength, Tensile, Force and Diameter which means that I don't have Mass in my column. Here my X is Day.

How can I do it with this kind of flexibility whereby the script will autoplot those parameters that are presence.

```
Graph Builder(
Size( 1015, 727 ),
Variables(
X( :date ),
X( :day)
Y( :Strength ),
Y( :Tensile ),
Y( :Force ),
Y( :Mass ),
Y( :Diameter ),
```

Thank you.

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You can easily script the stacking of the data table, where all of your Y variables are stacked into one column. If you then use it as your Y column, and the Label (Y Column Names ) as your Overlay, then you will get what you want, without having to have a long and complex version of the Graph Builder code.

Jim

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You can easily script the stacking of the data table, where all of your Y variables are stacked into one column. If you then use it as your Y column, and the Label (Y Column Names ) as your Overlay, then you will get what you want, without having to have a long and complex version of the Graph Builder code.

Jim

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Re: Graph Builder X-Y choice selection

Thanks, that's a good one, Jim. Never thought of it.

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