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Unformatted text preview: Next Previous Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II 11 ® Adding a second plot to a graph ® Using the Trendline feature Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II Next Previous Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II 22 1. Add a second set of data –> z = a + bx Start a column for a new dependent variable, z ® Enter a formula for z ® =a + b*B4 in cell F4 ® Copy the formula from cell F4 ® Paste it into cells F5 to F13 Adding a second plot Next Previous Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II 33 2. Choose the second data set as S ource Data Adding a second plot Next Previous Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II Section 3.6: Plotting Data—Part II 44 The scale for the z variable is too small Recommended Changes for the Z plot • Different color ( blue ) • Larger symbol size • Larger axis scale, using “secondary axis” 3. Showing a secondary axis and improving the formatting Adding a second plot • Graph is moved to a separate sheet • Have restored the legend Next...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course ENGR 25 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .
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