Greg.Snow at intermountainmail.org
Fri Jul 27 17:05:19 CEST 2007
Graphs that rely on 3-d effects tend to distort the data rather than enlighten the viewer. If your goal is to distort the data (which I doubt), then most of us don't want to help. On the other hand, if you really do want to enlighten the viewer (even if that is just you), then tell us what your data is like and what you want to learn from it, and we will be happy to give you advice on creating useful graphs.
Gregory (Greg) L. Snow Ph.D.
Statistical Data Center
greg.snow at intermountainmail.org
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> Greetings to the group,
> I would like to know if some one could help me with plot 3-d
> column graph of a matrix (3-d column graph in Excel).
> Many thanks in advance.
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