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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Grouping of categories with scalar values

For grouping scalar values, select a single cell in the row or column of the category to be grouped.

DataPilot without grouping (frequency of the km/h values of a radar control)
DataPilot with grouping (classes of 10 km/h each)

With the menu entry Data > Group and Outline > Group or by pressing F12, you get the following dialog.

Grouping dialog with scalar categories

You can define in which value range (start/end) the grouping should take place. The default setting is the whole range from smallest to biggest value. In the field Grouping after you can enter the class size, this means the interval size (in this example groups of 10 km/h each).


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