You would just merge the two sets into one datatable using 2 series. So
you would have 3 columns, one for x, and two for y. Use null values for
one or the other series when there is no value in that series.
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 10:27 PM, Marie Hinderer <ma...@eventures.vc> wrote:
> I know that we can do this with line graphs but by data is very scattered
> and does not work like that.
> Is there any way to make a scatter graphs contain 2 sets of data and have
> their individual colors? I am looking everywhere and can't find an answer.
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