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Chapter 16. Professional Charting Techni... > Creating Effective Multiple-Combinat...

Creating Effective Multiple-Combination Charts

Multiple-combination charts are good for comparing two or more sets of data. Figure 16.38 shows the three sets of data used to create the chart in Figure 16.39. This example looks at the total contracted amount minus the monthly completed totals against the prior year's output. Charts can be a great way of showing depletion of total reserves.

Figure 16.38. You can create multiple sets of data to establish a multiple-combination chart.



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