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Upside down graph

Thread began 4/28/2009 4:03 am by russell355191 | Last modified 4/29/2009 10:53 am by Ray Borduin | 4224 views | 3 replies |

russell355191Beta Tester

Upside down graph

Is there a way to to create an upside down graph.
Ie the Y axis top is 0.
I run my business with stats and I always indicate an upward trend as positive.
In other words the number faulty items in our shop ideally is 0 and more than that is not.

I have a graphing program called "Management by statistics" that easily creates an upside down version, it also has an auto scaling function to enable the right amount of zooming of the data I need.

Any ideas would be much appreciated

Regards
Russell Collins

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What kind of graph? bar graph? line graph? I don' think you can get a bar graph to drop down from the top, but you may be able to flip the way the values are displayed. It might be as easy as multiplying everything by -1 while graphing and then making sure to remove the "-" when displaying the label.

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russell355191Beta Tester

Sorry should have mentioned that before, Line graph.

Russ

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

So I think if you multiply all of your numbers by -1 it will give you the graph you want. Then the task will be to make the labels not show the "-", which you would have to play with. You could always remove the labels entirely, or live with the negative values.

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