I use Excel and this works. I asssume it should work for QPRO too. If theQuote:>I have two series of data. Different x and y sets. I would like to plot
>both of them on the same graph within Quatro-Pro. Is this possible? If so,
>How? I know it is possible when you have two sets of y data and one set of
> The closest that I have figured out is to sort the x values and graph
> the two separate y sets. This leads to a discontinuous graph due to
> missing y data points in each set.
>Any help would be appreciated.
Col1 Col2 Col3
x1 y1 blank
x2 blank y2
That should work, with one important caveat: you must do an "XY" plot,
not a "Line" plot. Line plots just assume evenly spaced X values. They
helpfully take the items in your X column and stick them in as labels
for the X axis, but the data points will all be in order and evenly
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I just tried it out on QPro myself, and it works. Are you SORTING col1Quote:
>>first set is x1,y1 and the second set is x2,y2:
>>Col1 Col2 Col3
>>x1 y1 blank
>>x2 blank y2
>This leads to discontinuous curves when I do it. Is there something I am
>forgetting to select on the Graph menu.
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>>>first set is x1,y1 and the second set is x2,y2:
>>>Col1 Col2 Col3
>>>x1 y1 blank
>>>x2 blank y2
>>This leads to discontinuous curves when I do it. Is there something I am
>>forgetting to select on the Graph menu.
>I just tried it out on QPro myself, and it works. Are you SORTING col1
>after entering it as above? Don't!
Does that mean I couldn't get the line but the symbols for some reason ?
Can anybody give me a further hints ? Thanks in advance.
Does anybody know any way to set up default properties for graphs
like title fonts, legend fonts, positions..etc in QPro 5.0 for
Windows? Thank ahead.
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