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Help to get the Expression for Calling a column from different dataset


Help to get the Expression for Calling a column from different dataset

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Mac1986
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hi All,
I'm preparing one graph for 22 different datasets.
# of records in each dataset are different. Thats why i cannot have all of them in once dataset.

So when I'm trying to call a column(Runtimes) from 22 different dataset, what expression should i choose in the Series properties expression. ?

Basically i want shoe runtimes of different datasets in one graph. SO, should be seeing 22 lines in one graph.

Please help.
peterzeke
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Any chance you can provide a screenshot, perhaps from excel, of what you are trying to accomplish with the graphs?

Your post doesn't explain if your graph reflects a time series: i.e., runtimes per date.

If your graph is merely meant to reflect a list of run times by some sort of category (RunID?), then a single dataset would be fine. Just display as a bar chart: RunID vs. Runtime.

--pete



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