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August 7th, 2007, 04:38 AM
 Odeh Naber Authorized User Join Date: Mar 2006 Posts: 83 Thanks: 1 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Challenge! Chart Problem in Crystal Reports

Hiya Folks!

I have create a chart in Crystal Reports that uses the following data table to plots the points on the chart:

ARTICLE PRODUCTPROFIT (X-axis) PRODUCTPOPULARITY (Y-axis)
Beef Steak 18.32 euros 5.88%
Pork Cheeks 15.50 euros 11.76%
Lamb Cutlets 17.19 euros 23.53%
Sheep Fillet 16.32 euros 32.29%
Duck Magret 16.26 euros 23.53%

The issues I have are the following:

1. For each point that is plotted, how can I show the Article name instead of the plotted points as the data label? For example, it shows (18.32,5.88) near the point for Beef Steak, but I want it to show "Beef Steak".

2. The above table belongs to the "Meat Dishes" category. For that category I have created two calculated numbers:

Popularity Index (calculated result = 14%)
AverageProductProfit (calculated result = 4.92 euros)

The X-axis should have a line going from point (x4.92,y0) straight up away from the X-axis - I guess dividing the chart into two sections.

The Y-axis should have a line going from point (x0,y14) to the right, away from the Y-Axis - I guess dividing the chart into a further two sections (the end result is a chart with four sections.

Can anyone help with this? I would really appreciate it. If you send your email, I can send you what the chart looks like until now and how I would like it to be.

Thank you!

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