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How to make different net charts with same 0-100 range, when data is so different?

asked 2018-05-15 15:53:18 +0200

Qasherto gravatar image

updated 2018-05-15 15:54:22 +0200

Hello!

Apologizes if I'm not good with explaining it in title. I'll try to use examples for this.

I need to make net charts and show them in comparison with one another, range being 0 - 100. But no matter what I do, I can not get chart to retain 0-100 range when highest data in specific chart is only 50.

For example, when highest data is 51, ranges are from 0 - 100 as needed:

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But when highest data is 50, ranges drop to 0-50.

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I need to have several of them next to one another for specific presentation, all with ranges 0-100 to show visual differences and it fails if one chart has range 0-100 and other 0-50.

Is there a way to make chart stay 0-100 even when highest data in it is below 50?

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See answer below.

ve3oat gravatar imageve3oat ( 2018-05-16 04:04:28 +0200 )edit

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answered 2018-05-16 04:07:47 +0200

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updated 2018-05-16 19:03:56 +0200

Yes.
Double click on the offending chart. Let the cursor hover over a radial line on the chart. A pop-up will say "Y axis". Right-click at that point. A dialog box will appear. Choose Format Axis. Another dialog box will appear. Choose the "Scale" tab which will give you options to change and edit the scale of the y-axis. Be sure to uncheck "Automatic" and enter the values that you want (maximum = 100).

When you are done, click OK. Then click on an empty cell away from the chart to take it out of edit-mode. Be aware that some (many?) changes will not actually be displayed until you take the chart out of edit-mode.
As far as I know, most or all charts can be edited in this way. Being able to format the axes is a very valuable tool, and I use it often myself. Similarly you can also edit the axis labels, titles, data point symbols, etc. Right-click on an object and choose your weapon, as they say.

If this answer helped you, please accept it by clicking the check mark ✔ to the left and, karma permitting, upvote it. If this resolves your problem, close the question, that will help other people with the same question.

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Perfect and extremely helpful answer! THANK YOU!

Qasherto gravatar imageQasherto ( 2018-05-18 16:43:29 +0200 )edit
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