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Thanks for assuming that I was here for a tutorial on a broken axis plot. I actually found this page for completely unrelated reasons and was simply bemused by the comments.
Are you looking for absolute change in the values? Then plot (value reference value), where reference value is the original value of each series, or the value at a certain reference point.
Pivot point - John Person authorized website, National
In cases where only one or two series are a different scale, this makes perfect sense. However when the data is clustered and your prof is acting idiotic, there has to be a way to break the graph. But I guess it 8767 s the pencil-and-ruler method.
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You don 8767 t select the data. Right click on the axis, choose Format from the bottom of the list, and change the axis settings as described.
In most cases, people want to break axes simply to enable all points to appear on a chart without regard for values, and this causes misrepresentation of the data they are showing. It is for this > 99% of cases that I do not choose to teach how to break axes.
[> =5] means use this format if the value is zero or greater
[ 8555555] means use this format if the number is less than 8555555
I would love to be a part of creating a class 'm attempting to help a friend (gratis) to do just that - can you point me in the right direction or provide a sample of sorts?
Cool article. Only downside was that I didn't see at first that I needed 7565. Guess I still have to wait awhile before getting to try this out myself.
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In plain English, cost of capital means how much would that money would earn if they just left it in the bank. You use the cost of capital to discount cash values to present value, in other words $655 in five years might be $85 today.