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accepted Excel scatter plot with multiple series from 1 table
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comment Excel scatter plot with multiple series from 1 table
@BrianFunt Yes I forgot that point
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comment Excel scatter plot with multiple series from 1 table
I've also added the plotted chart to show what I want to achieve, but automatically.
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revised Excel scatter plot with multiple series from 1 table
Added the resulting chart
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comment Excel scatter plot with multiple series from 1 table
@CharlieRB PivotTable's give aggregates of the data right? I want all the data points to be visible in the chart, so how can PivotTables help me?
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comment git clone fails with “bad object” under msys2 in a VM
msysgit is the official version of git for windows so I would advice you to try it (it's made for windows instead of running under a generic compatibility layer), but that might not be the problem. The only time I've seen problems like this is when the repo contained files with a : in the filename (allowed in POSIX but not in Windows), but that gave a different error.
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comment Extract Word creation date into filename
That worked perfectly, thanks
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comment Extract Word creation date into filename
Thank you, that seems suitable. I indeed can use a regex with this information, but do you know how I can use regexes in Powershell to rename files?
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comment Share cost of activities between participants in spreadsheet
1/$I2:$I4 didn't work, but making the total column 1/SUM(...) and using sumproduct on that did work. Thanks!
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comment Share cost of activities between participants in spreadsheet
2/(2+0.5) = 0.8. It's sharing the cost fairly. User2 pays for 2 people, User3 pays for only "half a person" (e.g. because he only participated half the activity). See the online spreadsheet which seems fairly clear to me...
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