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I guess the latter.

Graphs are keeeeeling me.


I got the way to get SE in Excel but I need to graph 3 lines on the same graph.
Two of the lines use the same units, the other doesn't.
Two y-axis I guess...

Anyone have experience in making this work?
 

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Sounds like you're up sh*t creek without a Y-axis... I'll ask my buddy who's obsessed with math to see if he knows. Other than that, I have no clue.
 

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are you still owrking on this?

pm me

actually after rereading your issue i dont think its possible to have two differnt y axis scales but maybe if you create two charts then use paint to overlay one on the other.. but why would you want then on the same graph if its a differnt measurement?
 

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Well it's about the effects of hormones. For example... if your calcium level goes down with testosterone...

I think an overlay sounds right. I'll try that.

I'll PM later, gotta head into the city now...
 

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i used to be an excell wiz back in school. i was a physics major and did sh*t like that all the time. i dont know if you can have two scales on the same axis. is it possible to set up a conversion factor such that all three are in the same units?
 

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Cool.

Had to hack it for some of the error bars. Roughly it works, left the testosterone out, levels were too low.
 

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