Data point labels in XY scatter chart
Column A = Point ID Column B = Northing Column C = Easting
My datasheet has about 200 entries in it.
My chart shows all these entries, but the last 10 or so points on the chart no longer have the Point ID beside them. All my ranges appear to valid.
I have an xy scatter chart showing duration. Whenever I put the mouse over a data point in the chart it displays the series name, that point's data label, and the x and y coordinate.
Is there a way to make it so that when I put the mouse over the data point that it shows instead the cell values for cells in the same column as the reference data point?
For example, instead of seeing the x (D3) and y (E3) point: (1.75, 1.62), I
would like it to show me cells B3 and C3, or (Maturity, Coupon)
I would like to make a scatter plot with X and Y parings and a name for each of the points that it creates. I have set up the data as such: X Y Label
12 34 Fall
13 37 Spring
5 15 Summer
6 15 Late Summer
12 50 Equinox
I can manually select each one and force the name to each point that is created by the paring. How can I make it so that the "label" in each row only applies to that point for the scatter plot without manually making 6 series in this example?
I have a scatter chart with mooted lines and no data markers that represents a (one) mathematical function. Is it possible to highlight (mark) one data point and from that point draw parallel (dashed) lines to the x and y axes?
By hovering over the chart you can pop up the data values but I want (if possible) the parallel lines to better visualize the position of the selected point on the axes.
I have a scatter graph from a series of labels with corresponding x/y values.
I want the labels to show up on the graph with each individual point. E.g.
Banana (5/9), Apple (4/10), Orange (2/3) etc. It should be very
straightforward! I have the list of labels in one column (Banana, Apple, Orange.), then their x value in the column next to them, then the y values in the next column. Why is it so difficult to create a simple well-labeled scatter chart from that?
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