I am trying to figure out how to make a graph that has 2 lines in it using a predicted Y axis from a line formula (similar to the line from a y intercept and slope y=mx + b) and another one from an actual or measured X and Y that I have from doing an experiment. I have the data for the measured info from a statistical software package and I have the predicted line formula from that package as well and I can extrapolate the line by making the line formula in excel. I can easily put one of the line graphs into a graph but how do I get the other one in there? So to be clear, I want a graph with 2 lines, one is the actual or measured data and one is the predicted data.
Computer OS: Windows VistaBrowser: IE
Do you mean something like this:
Yes but my x values may need to be fixed or changed so that my y values can be matched up on the same chart. Is that possible?
Ok, send me your data table with both the fixed values and the values generated from the formula and I will set it up for you.
How do you expect me to send you the data table?
Ok go to www.wikisend.com and upload the file. You will then get a page that has the download link. Copy the download link and come back here and paste it in your reply.
I don't feel comfortable sending you my data like that. I don't think it is safe. I need to withdraw my request and not accept your help. Thanks