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Semantic Differential

How To Run Semantic Differential Chart

It's easy to get up to speed with MM4XL in a matter of seconds:

  1. Select the MM4XL tool you want to work with from the toolbar.
  2. Click the Example button on the form. This opens an example sheet with data for the tool you are using.
  3. With your mouse, select the data sets as explained in the example sheet, then click the OK button to print the report.

Select Semantic Differential Chart in the MM4XL menu and the window below is displayed.

Semantic Differential Measurement Scale Chart Software

The options are all quite self-explanatory. Bear in mind you can select the Input range before calling the tool and the selected range will be recognized as the input range to use for charting. Values in the first row of the input range are recognized as column labels.

The three checkboxes in the frame Chart options are used for refining the chart. Show values plots figures beside lines, as in our example above. The Vertical axis labels command displays item labels, and Plot markers prints small symbols for differentiating lines (diamonds, circles, squares, etc.).

Moreover, from the control window you can assign Titles to chart and axes, and you can also display vertical and horizontal Gridlines simply by checking the corresponding option.

The tool is equipped with a number of useful features that make its use more pleasant. Our thanks for the development of Semantic Differential Chart go to Ing. Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP.

The maximum number of attributes (rows) the tool can handle in one single series is 35. In certain circumstances the number can be reduced of 1 row. The number of columns that can be used as input varies with the series length. We were able to draw a chart with 116 columns and 7 rows.

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