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Post Author: Bandorka

CA Forum: Charts and Graphs

Hi,I want to show many data on a bar chart. For example 120 car dealerships' average sales percentage. I could not find any way to break it down into multiple charts at runtime. Also the chart cannot be set to be auto growing (can grow). So now it looks like a mess if I want all the 120 data to be shown. Please help! Thanks Andras

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2007 at 07:04 PM

    Post Author: V361

    CA Forum: Charts and Graphs

    assuming the dealerships have a {dealer number}, you could use a formula to include a set number of dealers, then group on that formula in your chart. In chart expert, data tab, on change of data source, put the formula there. for example

    {dealer number} in ["0" to "40"]

    then for the other charts

    {dealer number} in ["41" to "80"]

    {dealer number} in ["81" to "120"]

    You will have three charts now. ( of course you could have 6 if you want), you can insert detail sections or group sections as needed.

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2007 at 09:19 AM

    Post Author: Bandorka

    CA Forum: Charts and Graphs

    Hi, Thank you! I could use it only partially cause it is too static. If I had a serie of lets say 400 dealers, I am in trouble 😊 I had to solve it in SQL database. Thanks again! Andras

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