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In Episode 1038 - a better way to create the multiple scatter charts from Episode 1031 and 1032. Thanks to everyone who wrote ...
in with this better way to set up the data.
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Hey, welcome back to the Mr. Excel net cast, I’m Bill Jelen, amazing! We start out with massive amounts of data and how we’re going to analyze this. Well, let’s—and see if we can solve this problem.
Hey, welcome back to the Mr. Excel net cast, I’m Bill Jelen. Wow, I really screwed up back in episode 1031 and 1032 talking about how to create that X, Y chart with multiple series. I created it with a single series and then kept adding a new data, it turns out that you don’t have to do that at all and several people wrote in with the solution to this.
Basically, you set up your data like this with X1 and Y1 here like I had done but then below that, put the X2 values and the Y2 values over in column C. X3 values back in column A and then the Y3 values over in column D and so on down the way. And then when we create a XY from that whole big set, we get all of the XY points correctly in the right spots and you just have to go through and format them as I did back in episode 1032. So, thanks to everyone for sending those in. I’ll be spending a lot of money on postage for sending Excel master pins out there. That’s the great thing about excel. You can think that you know almost everything and you can always be surprised and I'm constantly surprised on these pod castings for that great tip, a great way to solve that problem. I appreciate all the folks who wrote in. watch your mail box for your excel master pins for that one. For everyone else, thanks for stopping by. We’ll see you next time for another net cast from Mr. Excel.