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Status:Closed    Asked:Nov 03, 2016 - 12:58 PM

When using your online data analyzer to create a line chart, how do I display counts, rather than percents?

I'm using your online data analysis "frequences or crosstabulations" to look at some basic data, like the proportion of native-born citizens in the US each decade from 1900 to 2010. I'm able to make a line chart (or stacked bar chart) that shows the percent of immigrants vs. native-born over time. But, I can't figure out how to make a line chart that shows the *NUMBER* of immigrants vs. natives over time. Is it possible to make a graph like this with your online analysis tool?

 
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Jeff Bloem

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The online analysis tool is great in allowing for quick summaries of data, but lacks in several areas of customization. Unfortunately there really is not a way to get the numbers onto a line chart in the online analysis tool, but these numbers should be recorded in a table above the chart.

 

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