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Thread began 3/10/2010 3:29 pm by crystald_rouse402753 | Last modified 3/18/2010 7:04 pm by crystald_rouse402753 | 1984 views | 10 replies


Date Fields in a Chart

Perhaps I did not explain myself correctly. I can create pie charts and other charts using your product with other views successfully. What I can't do is create any type of chart using WebAssist to chart the data I need to for the chart I sent you as an example. I need to be able to use a Date field along with a Text Field so that the Date field
for the horizontal bar chart is on the left hand side with the Text field along the bottom.

I need the bars or I could use a line chart to show the Tasks along with the Date their funding runs out. The Task is a Text field while the projected date is a date field.

The data might look like this:

Task: ABC;123;XZY
Projected Date Funding Runs out: 3/31/2010;4/25/2010;12/31/2010

I need to see The Tasks (ABC, etc) across the bottom of the chart.
I need to see the Date Fields (3/31/2010) on the left hand side. The bars would show each Task with a bar stopping at that Tasks projected Funding Date. Then, I'll create a 2nd chart to show when the actual Tasks Expiration Date stops. I want to be able to compare funding with actual expiration dates showing visually how they relate.

I really DO appreciate your help and persistance. I am probably just overlooking something minor but believe me, I've tried this over and over again using different views and types of charts.


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