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

    My problem is that Im trying to make an "s-curve" with excell but it doesnt 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.
    Im in panic right now!!

    Thanks a lot

    /Robert

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    Re: Help with a "s-curve"

    Hi,

    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.
    Attached Files

    Cheers
    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: Help with a "s-curve"

      Originally posted by Andy Pope
      Hi,

      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.

      You are my god

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      • #4
        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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          Re: Help with a "s-curve"

          Hello kal2003,

          Welcome to Ozgrid. We're glad to have you on board, however, please note the following:

          Posting your question in threads started by others is a violation of the Forum Rules and is known as thread hijacking. Posting solutions is acceptable.

          ALWAYS start a new thread for your questions. You may, if you find it helpful, provide a link back to this (or any other) thread.

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