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How to make a graph in Excel 2007-1

How to make a graph in Excel 2007-1 - Enter your data...

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Enter your data. Column A will be the horizontal (x) axis and column B will be the vertical (y) axis. Highlight both columns, click ‘insert’ near the top of the screen. Click on ‘scatter’ and then click the box with only data points (no lines) on them (upper left option). Your data plot will appear. Click on ‘series 1’ and delete it. Next click on the tab labeled ‘Layout’, than go to ‘More Trendline Options’ near the bottom.
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You will be given several options for the type of trendlinethat you want to fit your data to. Spectroscopy lab (fall semester) and Hubble Red-Shift lab (spring semester) both use a ‘linear’ trendline. Be sure to have the linear trendline chosen. Near the bottom of the window, also click on ‘display equation on chart’ and ‘display R-squared value on
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