Create a line plot of multiple Y variables, without symbols

Graph > Line Plot > Without Symbols > Multiple Y’s

Complete the following steps to specify the data for your graph.

  1. From Function, select the function of the data that you want to graph.
  2. In Graph variables, enter multiple columns of numeric or date/time data that you want to graph.
  3. In Categorical variable for grouping, enter the column of categorical data that defines groups.
  4. From Grouping by Graph Variables, select one of the following:
    • Graph variables are X-scale groups: Graph variables are the groups on the X-scale. On the graph below, graph variables are the X-scale groups.
    • Graph variables are legend groups: Graph variables are the series, identified on the legend and the categorical variable defines the X-scale groups.

In this worksheet, Cr, Sr, Pb, and so on are the graph variables. Sample is the categorical data. The graph shows a series for each sample of the concentration of each element.

C1 C2 C3 C4 ... C10
Cr Sr Pb B ... Sample
0.063 0.192 0.777 5.56 ... 1
0.021 0.172 0.232 3.79 ... 1
0.021 0.358 0.035 4.34 ... 1
... ... ... ... ... ...
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