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I have a 3-columns table (Date,Time,Value). I would like to automatically plot the table using the following format:

  • X-axis: Time
  • Y-axis: Value
  • Series: Date

This would give me a different line for each day.

I only managed to do it manually (adding a new series for each day), yet I want it to be automatic, i.e. create a new line for every new value in the first column.

How can I do that?

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If you don't mind a little coding, you could try something like this:

VBA to Split Data Range into Multiple Chart Series

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Ok, seems fine to me, it would be great if I could trigger the macro on external data update. Is that possible? – gregseth Jan 29 '12 at 20:38
    
You could call the code from within a Worksheet_TableUpdate, Worksheet_PivotTableUpdate, Worksheet_Change, or Worksheet_Calculate event. – Jon Peltier Jul 20 '15 at 13:03

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