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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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XY graphs

XY Graphs are used to show the relationship of one or more variables to other variables. An XY graph assumes that the variables are continuous rather than categorical. This is an important difference between an XY graph and a Line chart which assumes that the x-axis variable is categorical. An example of an XY graph is Figure 57 on page 12.

OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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