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Microsoft Graph and Times

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Neil Jordan, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Neil Jordan

    Neil Jordan
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    I am successfully using Graph to plot my data, however I have an issue with

    I am plotting temperatures against times on the x axis. However, my program
    allows the user to pause taking readings, and thus recording them in a
    table. If I plot these, it seems to take no account of the difference in
    time between the readings and instead displays them on the x axis as if all
    the times were equidistant.

    Example Data
    TestTime: Amb 1 2 3 4 5 6
    7 8 RecordingNumber:
    00:00:45 27.59 26.17 27.27 27.37 27.38 27.36 27.49 27.09
    27.59 4
    00:00:16 27.59 26.28 27.42 27.40 27.40 27.34 27.44 26.98
    27.47 3
    00:00:11 27.59 26.22 27.35 27.50 27.42 27.36 27.52 27.12
    27.58 2
    00:00:06 27.59 26.16 27.25 27.33 27.31 27.21 27.33 26.93
    27.32 1

    This the data plotted, where you can see that after 16 seconds the system
    was paused. However if you look at the graph, it is as if the
    recordingnumber 4 was taken at 25 seconds - it should be further along the x

    Forget the -189 on the Y axis as this appears to only happen on my machine.

    It is Access 2003

    Help, anyone?


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