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Jun 8, 2018 11:38 AM
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Hello,

I have a simple Y vs X graph that the upper limit and lower limit are changing at different X values. Does anyone know how to do this on Graph Builder? or if there's a better way to do it?

Thanks,

Gary

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Can you provide an example with Fit Y by X that you want to reproduce in Graph Builder? I'm not sure what you're referring to.

-- Cameron Willden

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I'd like to produce something like attached with the two red lines being the reference lines changing against X.

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##### Re: How to set changing upper/lower limit lines on graph builder

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This looks like an UWMA control chart. You can get something like this in Graph Builder if you make the limits of X another series along with the actual data. Here's what the result looks like.

I made the series for the upper and lower limits and simulated data, then I stacked them to get them into a single column with labels. See the attached data tables.

-- Cameron Willden

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Good idea! this should work for me! thanks!