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  Anonymous User
  Friday, 28 April 2023
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Need some help/guidance please. Whenever I use the Kutools function "Add Trendlines to Multiple Series" for scatter graph (for the entire graph, not just one series), the trendline goes way beyond the data on the x-axis. I checked the series range and it is accurate. Why is the trendline going so far beyond my data, and how do I fix this? TIA Screenshot 2023-04-27 091527.jpg
1 year ago
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Hi Tia,

I apologize for the inconvenience caused by the Add Trendlines to Multiple Series feature in the current version, which requires optimization. We can guarantee that you can add trendlines using the data format that was sent to you earlier. However, if you prefer to use the data format that you supplied, you can try to modify the Series X value to your data on the x-axis by following these steps:

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Rest assured that I've already forwarded the issue to our development team to address in a future release. We appreciate your feedback and thank you for using our product!

Amanda
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1 year ago
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Hi Amanda, yes please do elaborate. Why wouldn't the series I presented work (wherein the X axis is same for all series, but the Y axis will have the differing data)? And if what you're saying is true, then what is this function trending in my example?? TIA
1 year ago
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Hi there,

The Add Trendlines to Multiple Series feature of the current version only supports to process data in the form as shown below.

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If you have any further questions, please let me know. :)

Amanda
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