Using drop lines with XY scatter chart
I'm trying to plot up to 7 lines on a scatter chart, but am having trouble getting it to work. I'm a bit of a beginner with excel, and have worked out basic scatter charts, but I now need one that presents multiple lines for each 'item'. I'm not explaining this every well. but does anyone know what I mean? The chart I have to work from and duplicate is in JPEG form so I can't just adjust the figures and re-plot. it sort of looks like a rainbow with all the different lines curving, one higher than the other.
Does anyone know what function Excel uses to create smooth lines connecting the points in a scatter plot? Is it a cubic spline?
I have created a line chart with markers. The markers show, but the lines do not. So I tried doing the chart as a Scatter chart with markers and lines, and the lines still don't show.
I have a scatter chart with 6 different series, one for each day of the week ( minus Sunday) each one list the amount of customers help in my shop on each individual day. However after the 11 day, it seems I can not add anymore dates.
Why can I add more data?
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.
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