WHAT I'M TRYING TO DO: I'm trying to create a line graph with multiple series by year in Excel for the MAC 2011. ISSUE: Only one series gets plotted on the graph. I have used all the steps to produce a multiple series line graph but no matter what I do I only get one line. I've tried selecting data source, adding series,etc.
Graphics #120 and #121 show you how to create a basic line chart and how to apply basic customization. This posts explains how to make a line chart with several lines. Each line represents a set of values, for example one set per group. To make so with matplotlib we just have to call the plot function several times (one time per group).
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A few weeks ago, I wrote about calculating the integral of data in Excel. This week, I want to reverse direction and show how to calculate a derivative in Excel. Just like with numerical integration, there are two ways to perform this calculation in Excel: Derivatives of Tabular Data in a Worksheet Derivative of a… Read more about Calculate a Derivative in Excel from Tables of Data
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Jan 23, 2017 · Option 4: Rename multiple worksheet tabs using VBA code. It could be a time-consuming task if you use the above methods to rename lots of worksheet tabs. To simplify the job, you can rename multiple worksheet tabs using VBA code. After opening your Excel workbook, press the Alt + F11 shortcut to open Visual Basic
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