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Aug 22, 2019 3:42 AM
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I would like to put row numbers in X-Axis in Graph Builder.

Actually, I am trying to create a chart like Overlay Plot with one Y-Axis column only.

Please assist.

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You have two choices. The first choice is to create a new numeric data column with the row numbers in the data table. You can initialize a new column with a sequence of cardinal numbers or use a formula (simplly call the Row() function). The second choice is in Graph Builder itself. Right-click on a data column in the column list and select **Row** > **Row**. You now have a temporary (or virtual) data column to use in your plot. Use it just like a real column: drag it to the X drop zone. If you get the result you want and decide to keep the temporary column, right-click on it in the column list and select **Add to Data Table**.

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You have two choices. The first choice is to create a new numeric data column with the row numbers in the data table. You can initialize a new column with a sequence of cardinal numbers or use a formula (simplly call the Row() function). The second choice is in Graph Builder itself. Right-click on a data column in the column list and select **Row** > **Row**. You now have a temporary (or virtual) data column to use in your plot. Use it just like a real column: drag it to the X drop zone. If you get the result you want and decide to keep the temporary column, right-click on it in the column list and select **Add to Data Table**.

Learn it once, use it forever!