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    Does any one have an example of using a secondary Y axis in an embedded chart on a form?

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    Default Re: embedded chart- Secondary Y axis

    Hi Truman,

    What sort of chart are you trying to build?
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    Default Re: embedded chart- Secondary Y axis

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Hubert View Post
    Hi Truman,

    What sort of chart are you trying to build?
    A simple line chart. One example of what I am trying to do is a golfer's example. I am plotting golf score and average driving distance. If you golf you would know that I hope that the units on score and driving should be different - in my case the difference in not too great. In my dream world my golf scores would be in the 'eighties and my drive average would be over 200 yards. I would like one Y axis to have the golf score values and the other Y axis to have the driving distance.

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    Default Re: embedded chart- Secondary Y axis

    Truman,

    If the y axis is the score, then the Distance would be the x axis.
    Last edited by Keith Hubert; 02-21-2013 at 04:34 PM.
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    Default Re: embedded chart- Secondary Y axis

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Hubert View Post
    Truman,

    If the y axis is the score, then the Distance would be the x axis.
    Hi Keith

    Sorry for the delay in replying. What I am trying to do is get a visual impression of whether average score is correlated to average drive distance, or number of putts or any other metric. The problem is that is the numbers are of a different magnitude. It is hard to see a relationship between the two measures because the smaller valued item appears to be relatively flat relative to the larger valued item.

    I will provide a visual example in the next few days. I am not sure if I should provide the URL, or a scree shot, or jpeg of an example. I will work on that in the next couple of days.

    I will work on it.

    Cheers
    Truman

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