Need help with Dynamic Radar Chart

Posted on 2016-11-01
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Last Modified: 2016-11-02
EE Pros,

Greeings!  I have this great Radar/Spider Chart that Teylyn helped me with several years ago.  I need some help with it now.  I have added another row and cannot get it to work right.  In the original Chart, you could select which rows you wanted to include (i.e. Y = "Yes", N = "No").  When selecting, the chart would auto change itself to only include those rows that had a Y next to them (D6-D12).  I cannot get it to work right.

Can you take a look?

Much thanks in advance.

Question by:Bright01
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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ID: 41870170

Thank you very much!  Works just like requested.  Can you share with me what I was missing?  I tried to troubleshooting this graphic for several hours to no avail.  You fixed it the first time!  I'd like to know if you don't mind, what I missed.

Thanks again.  I've added a request for enhancement to the same graphic.


Appreciate your help.


Author Comment

ID: 41870172
THANKS RGONZO!  Appreciate the help and assistance.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 41870177
Quick and accurate!  Great job.

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