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Learn how to create an XY scatter plot using Excel. To download the file used in this video, visit the following page: https://www.vertex42.com/edu/excel-tutorials-for-beginners.html
0:00 Scatter plots show how two numerical values are related
0:29 Scatter graph examples
0:39 How to set up the data table in Excel
1:18 Insert the scatter chart
1:31 Add a title to the chart
1:38 Add labels for the X-axis and Y-axis
2:10 Display more than one set of data in the scatter plot
3:07 Add a legend to…
Learn how to create an XY scatter plot in Google Sheets. Download the file used in this video from the following page: https://www.vertex42.com/edu/google-sheets-for-students.html
0:00 Scatter Plot Example
0:30 Start by creating a data table
1:50 Insert a Scatter Plot using the Explore feature or Insert Chart
2:31 Customize and style the chart
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In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how create an Excel 2016 Chart with Two Y Axes.
Once you have a chart and two sets of data plotted, left-click directly onto the line, columns, etc. of the set of data you want on the secondary axis. After selecting it, right-click it and choose Format Data Series.
Choose Secondary Axis instead of Primary Axis.
Optionally, to make things more visually appealing and differentiating the two axes, left-click one of them to select it. Under the Format…