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Thread: Help with a "s-curve"

  1. #1
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    20th April 2005

    Help with a "s-curve"

    This is my first post here and I hope someone would help med with my problem.

    My problem is that I´m trying to make an "s-curve" with excell but it doesn´t work.

    If you look at my example you will se the number 1-13 in the left colum, that is how many people who has filled in. In the buttom you will se when they have filled in. And in the "midle" you can se witch people who has filled in when.

    Now I will make a curve of this who is shaped like a "s-curve" and mark out the dots.

    I hope you understand my problem and can help me.
    I´m in panic right now!!

    Thanks a lot


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  2. #2
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    7th March 2003
    Essex, England

    Re: Help with a "s-curve"


    You will have to re layout the data and use a combination chart to get the line.

    Post back if the chart is not what you want.
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  3. #3
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    20th April 2005

    Re: Help with a "s-curve"

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Pope

    You will have to re layout the data and use a combination chart to get the line.

    Post back if the chart is not what you want.
    Thx a lot! That is exactly what I was trying to do.

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    17th January 2011

    Re: Help with a "s-curve"

    Dear administrator,

    I've just joined the forum & looking for answers on how to create S-curve after an extension have been given

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    South Carolina, USA

    Re: Help with a "s-curve"

    Hello kal2003,

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