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Dec 11, 2016 8:59 AM
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Hello,

I have two series of x and y points.

For example: first series : x1=[1,2,3],y1=[0.9,0.7,0.6]

Secend: x2=[3.5,6.7,4.3],y2=[1,2,3]

Is it possibale to put them on the same graph? meaning I'll have one graph with both x1 vs y1 and x2 vs y2, but without x1 vs y2 and x2 vs y1?

Thank you in advance

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The simple solution is to

Tables==>Stack

your x and y cols into 2 columns and then use Graph Builder dragging the x stacked col to the x drop area and the y to the y drop area. Then drag the "Label" col from the stack to the Group X or Y area

Or if you drag the label to the overlay area it will differentiate the values by color

Jim

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Hi,

Thank you for the response.

About your 'differentiate the values by color'; what if I have more then one vairable effecting the data? is there a way to difinite the data acording 2 those vairable, without spliting them into groups (so they could be on the same chart) ?

Thank you in advance

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I would just create a new column which is a composite of the two columns in question and then use that column as the onerlay or color column

Jim