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Hi,

My attached graph is behaving strangely

My ASP line (Blue) is correctly mapping to percentage points on the vertical axis, but my EU (Red) and NA (Green) line are completely off, can someone explain why?

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by:Phillip Burton
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It's because you are using a stacked line. That's why the green line is consistently at 100%.
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If you change the Chart Type from "Stacked Line with Markers" to "Line with Markers", you will find it more to your liking. (See attached.)
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Thanks!
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