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x-axis limit in graphs ?

x-axis limit in graphs ?

x-axis limit in graphs ?

(OP)
I'm trying to plot a bar chart of weekly values from 2003 to present, but get the error message :

(FOC031) THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF 'ACROSS' VALUES HAS BEEN EXCEEDED

The error file explains that 'the maximum number of across fields that can be used is 64'. I need to plot >100 values.

Rather than breaking the data into annual sections and plotting each year as individual graphs, does anyone know any way to plot a graph with all my data on the x-axis (ie >100 x-axis values) ?

RE: x-axis limit in graphs ?

Have you tried changing the ACROSS to BY?

RE: x-axis limit in graphs ?

  Hi,

try using 'OVER' in the Graph request.

example: SUM var1 OVER var2 OVER var3 OVER ... ACROSS var10

 Are you using 5.3.2?

  Please let me know the result.

Vandana

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