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Chapter 18. Building Complex Charts > Creating Combination Charts

Creating Combination Charts

Combination charts present two or more data series on the same chart and use different chart types for the data series. For example, you can plot one series using a column chart, and a second series using a line chart, to make it easier to compare the two sets of data or to look for possible interactions between the data sets. You can also use a combination chart if you need to use a different axis with a different scale for plotting one or more of the data series in a chart. This might be the case if one of the data series in the chart has a range of values that differs substantially from the other data series in the chart.


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