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  1. #1
    Basil
    Guest

    Matrix

    Hiya,

    I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.

    What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):

    Data source:

    Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    Proj1 5 8
    Proj2 8 10
    Proj3 1 8
    Proj4 3 2
    Proj5 6 4

    Chart:

    Y-Axis: Value
    X-Axis: Difficulty
    Label next to each point: Project Name

    So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    project. And each point would have the project name next to it.

    I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:

    (val)
    10 |
    | X proj2
    | X proj5
    | X proj1
    | X proj4
    |
    1 |_____________________X proj3__
    1 10 (diff)

    I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    Anyone know how I can achieve this??

    Many thanks,

    Basil

  2. #2
    Barb Reinhardt
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    If it were me, I'd create an XY scatter using Difficulty as the X and Value
    as the Y. I bet you knew that :^D
    I'd then use Rob Bovey's XY Chart Labeler (
    http://www.appspro.com/Utilities/ChartLabeler.htm ) to add the labels to the
    series

    Have a great day!
    Barb Reinhardt

    "Basil" <Basil@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:2D63B781-08D4-425A-B691-0CC663A2D959@microsoft.com...
    > Hiya,
    >
    > I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    > BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real
    > trouble.
    >
    > What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I
    > ignored
    > the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    >
    > Data source:
    >
    > Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    > Proj1 5 8
    > Proj2 8 10
    > Proj3 1 8
    > Proj4 3 2
    > Proj5 6 4
    >
    > Chart:
    >
    > Y-Axis: Value
    > X-Axis: Difficulty
    > Label next to each point: Project Name
    >
    > So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    > project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    >
    > I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    >
    > (val)
    > 10 |
    > | X proj2
    > | X proj5
    > | X proj1
    > | X proj4
    > |
    > 1 |_____________________X proj3__
    > 1 10 (diff)
    >
    > I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    > Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    >
    > Many thanks,
    >
    > Basil




  3. #3
    Jon Peltier
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    Basil -

    You can build a quad chart using this technique:

    http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/...ackground.html

    - Jon
    -------
    Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    Peltier Technical Services
    Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    http://PeltierTech.com/
    _______

    Basil wrote:

    > Hiya,
    >
    > I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    > BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.
    >
    > What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    > the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    >
    > Data source:
    >
    > Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    > Proj1 5 8
    > Proj2 8 10
    > Proj3 1 8
    > Proj4 3 2
    > Proj5 6 4
    >
    > Chart:
    >
    > Y-Axis: Value
    > X-Axis: Difficulty
    > Label next to each point: Project Name
    >
    > So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    > project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    >
    > I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    >
    > (val)
    > 10 |
    > | X proj2
    > | X proj5
    > | X proj1
    > | X proj4
    > |
    > 1 |_____________________X proj3__
    > 1 10 (diff)
    >
    > I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    > Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    >
    > Many thanks,
    >
    > Basil


  4. #4
    Basil
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    Thank you so much both of you, these are both absolutely fabulous and combine
    perfectly for exactly what I was after!

    There is just the 1 more thing I am struggling with:
    I want to make the chart look at (and adjust to) a dynamic range.
    Since it is not a simple case of a chart looking at a rectangular
    datasource, I am struggling.

    With Rob Bovey's XY Chart labeler, I also have the problem that although it
    does accept a named range, if (as in my instance) the named range is a
    varying off-set formula - when I add to the range having already added the
    labels, it will not re-asses the named range to add the additional row.

    Does that make sense?

    Any ideas?

    Thanks again, your tips have been magic.

    Basil

    "Jon Peltier" wrote:

    > Basil -
    >
    > You can build a quad chart using this technique:
    >
    > http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/...ackground.html
    >
    > - Jon
    > -------
    > Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    > Peltier Technical Services
    > Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    > http://PeltierTech.com/
    > _______
    >
    > Basil wrote:
    >
    > > Hiya,
    > >
    > > I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    > > BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.
    > >
    > > What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    > > the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    > >
    > > Data source:
    > >
    > > Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    > > Proj1 5 8
    > > Proj2 8 10
    > > Proj3 1 8
    > > Proj4 3 2
    > > Proj5 6 4
    > >
    > > Chart:
    > >
    > > Y-Axis: Value
    > > X-Axis: Difficulty
    > > Label next to each point: Project Name
    > >
    > > So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    > > project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    > >
    > > I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    > >
    > > (val)
    > > 10 |
    > > | X proj2
    > > | X proj5
    > > | X proj1
    > > | X proj4
    > > |
    > > 1 |_____________________X proj3__
    > > 1 10 (diff)
    > >
    > > I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    > > Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    > >
    > > Many thanks,
    > >
    > > Basil

    >


  5. #5
    John Mansfield
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    Basil,

    If you are familiar with VBA and named ranges, I think you can build a chart
    that meets your requirements if I'm interpretting your needs correctly.

    For example, assume the label "Name" is in cell A1 and that your initial XY
    data is set up like this:

    Name Value Difficulty
    Proj1 1 1
    Proj2 2 2
    Proj3 3 3
    Proj4 4 4
    Proj5 5 5
    Proj6 6 6

    Add a column D with cell references to column C. In a formula view, the
    data set will now look like this:

    Name Value Difficulty Labels
    Proj1 1 1 =C1
    Proj2 2 2 =C2
    Proj3 3 3 =C3
    Proj4 4 4 =C4
    Proj5 5 5 =C5
    Proj6 6 6 =C6

    Copy the =C# reference all the way down the column until you hit cell C20.

    Go to the standard toolbar and hit INSERT -> NAME -> DEFINE. Add this
    formula and call it "DataLabels":

    =OFFSET(Sheet1!$A$2,,,COUNTA(Sheet1!$A$2:$A$20),1)

    Add this formula and call it "XAxis":

    =OFFSET(DataLabels,0,1)

    Add this formula and call it "YAxis":

    =OFFSET(DataLabels,0,3)

    Now, click once on your XY chart. In you standard toolbar hit CHART ->
    SOURCE DATA - SERIES TAB.

    Assuming your workbook is named "XYAuto.xls", enter the following formula in
    the X Values box:

    =XYAuto.xls!XAxis

    Enter this formula in the Y Values box:

    =XYAuto.xls!YAxis

    Finally, assuming your chart appears in "Sheet1" of the "AutoXY.xls" file,
    enter this VBA code into the Sheet1 code module:

    Private Sub Worksheet_Calculate()
    For Each cell In Range("D2:D20")
    Fmt = """" & cell.Offset(0, -3).Value & """"
    cell.NumberFormat = Fmt
    Next cell
    End Sub

    The end result is that the XY chart will automatically update with new
    values as they are entered into the range A2:D20. The VBA code formats the
    values in the Labels column to be the same as those values entered into the
    Name column.

    Since this procedure is long, I'll post an example workbook to the downloads
    section of my site shortly.

    ----
    Regards,
    John Mansfield
    http://www.pdbook.com


    "Basil" wrote:

    > Thank you so much both of you, these are both absolutely fabulous and combine
    > perfectly for exactly what I was after!
    >
    > There is just the 1 more thing I am struggling with:
    > I want to make the chart look at (and adjust to) a dynamic range.
    > Since it is not a simple case of a chart looking at a rectangular
    > datasource, I am struggling.
    >
    > With Rob Bovey's XY Chart labeler, I also have the problem that although it
    > does accept a named range, if (as in my instance) the named range is a
    > varying off-set formula - when I add to the range having already added the
    > labels, it will not re-asses the named range to add the additional row.
    >
    > Does that make sense?
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks again, your tips have been magic.
    >
    > Basil
    >
    > "Jon Peltier" wrote:
    >
    > > Basil -
    > >
    > > You can build a quad chart using this technique:
    > >
    > > http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/...ackground.html
    > >
    > > - Jon
    > > -------
    > > Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    > > Peltier Technical Services
    > > Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    > > http://PeltierTech.com/
    > > _______
    > >
    > > Basil wrote:
    > >
    > > > Hiya,
    > > >
    > > > I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    > > > BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.
    > > >
    > > > What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    > > > the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    > > >
    > > > Data source:
    > > >
    > > > Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    > > > Proj1 5 8
    > > > Proj2 8 10
    > > > Proj3 1 8
    > > > Proj4 3 2
    > > > Proj5 6 4
    > > >
    > > > Chart:
    > > >
    > > > Y-Axis: Value
    > > > X-Axis: Difficulty
    > > > Label next to each point: Project Name
    > > >
    > > > So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    > > > project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    > > >
    > > > I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    > > >
    > > > (val)
    > > > 10 |
    > > > | X proj2
    > > > | X proj5
    > > > | X proj1
    > > > | X proj4
    > > > |
    > > > 1 |_____________________X proj3__
    > > > 1 10 (diff)
    > > >
    > > > I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    > > > Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    > > >
    > > > Many thanks,
    > > >
    > > > Basil

    > >


  6. #6
    Jon Peltier
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    Basil -

    You need to have a worksheet range that holds the values of the defined
    range of labels. If the size of the dynamic range is unbounded, this
    will be an issue, but if you know it will always be less than, say, 50
    items, select an unobtrusive range, F1:F50 for example, and enter this
    array formula

    =MyDynamicLabels

    and hole CTRL+SHIFT while pressing Enter. If you do this right, Excle
    puts the formula within curly braces:

    {=MyDynamicLabels}

    Then fill the data range with dummy values (zeros), make a series in the
    chart with 50 points, and use Rob's Labeler to use the worksheet range
    F1:F50 for its labels. Clear out all the dummy values from the data
    range, and proceed. Each point in the series will remember which cell
    contains its label, even if the dynamic range causes fewer points to
    appear. When it reappears, it will remember the link.

    - Jon
    -------
    Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    Peltier Technical Services
    Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    http://PeltierTech.com/
    _______


    Basil wrote:
    > Thank you so much both of you, these are both absolutely fabulous and combine
    > perfectly for exactly what I was after!
    >
    > There is just the 1 more thing I am struggling with:
    > I want to make the chart look at (and adjust to) a dynamic range.
    > Since it is not a simple case of a chart looking at a rectangular
    > datasource, I am struggling.
    >
    > With Rob Bovey's XY Chart labeler, I also have the problem that although it
    > does accept a named range, if (as in my instance) the named range is a
    > varying off-set formula - when I add to the range having already added the
    > labels, it will not re-asses the named range to add the additional row.
    >
    > Does that make sense?
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks again, your tips have been magic.
    >
    > Basil
    >
    > "Jon Peltier" wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Basil -
    >>
    >>You can build a quad chart using this technique:
    >>
    >> http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/...ackground.html
    >>
    >>- Jon
    >>-------
    >>Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    >>Peltier Technical Services
    >>Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    >>http://PeltierTech.com/
    >>_______
    >>
    >>Basil wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>Hiya,
    >>>
    >>>I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    >>>BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.
    >>>
    >>>What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    >>>the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    >>>
    >>>Data source:
    >>>
    >>>Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    >>>Proj1 5 8
    >>>Proj2 8 10
    >>>Proj3 1 8
    >>>Proj4 3 2
    >>>Proj5 6 4
    >>>
    >>>Chart:
    >>>
    >>>Y-Axis: Value
    >>>X-Axis: Difficulty
    >>>Label next to each point: Project Name
    >>>
    >>>So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    >>>project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    >>>
    >>>I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    >>>
    >>>(val)
    >>>10 |
    >>> | X proj2
    >>> | X proj5
    >>> | X proj1
    >>> | X proj4
    >>> |
    >>>1 |_____________________X proj3__
    >>> 1 10 (diff)
    >>>
    >>>I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    >>>Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    >>>
    >>>Many thanks,
    >>>
    >>>Basil

    >>


  7. #7
    Basil
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    Hi Jon,

    Perfect - I didn't find the need to have the array formula with {}. It
    worked fine without. Very quick and smart! Doesn't even require recipients of
    the workbook to have the Bovey add-in to get it to work!
    The quadrant was absolutely spot on too - so simple and effective!

    John M:
    Your solution worked a treat (although with a large range it can take a
    while for the VBA to run on every sheet calc and also putting the code on
    worksheet_calc can be a bit inconsistent in working - although I found a work
    around).
    I thought your site was great.

    Thanks to all who responded - I now have a variety of techniques that all
    work excellently!
    I'll get on to the programming or formulas bits to see if I can return the
    help to another lost soul!

    Many thanks,

    Baz

    "Jon Peltier" wrote:

    > Basil -
    >
    > You need to have a worksheet range that holds the values of the defined
    > range of labels. If the size of the dynamic range is unbounded, this
    > will be an issue, but if you know it will always be less than, say, 50
    > items, select an unobtrusive range, F1:F50 for example, and enter this
    > array formula
    >
    > =MyDynamicLabels
    >
    > and hole CTRL+SHIFT while pressing Enter. If you do this right, Excle
    > puts the formula within curly braces:
    >
    > {=MyDynamicLabels}
    >
    > Then fill the data range with dummy values (zeros), make a series in the
    > chart with 50 points, and use Rob's Labeler to use the worksheet range
    > F1:F50 for its labels. Clear out all the dummy values from the data
    > range, and proceed. Each point in the series will remember which cell
    > contains its label, even if the dynamic range causes fewer points to
    > appear. When it reappears, it will remember the link.
    >
    > - Jon
    > -------
    > Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    > Peltier Technical Services
    > Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    > http://PeltierTech.com/
    > _______
    >
    >
    > Basil wrote:
    > > Thank you so much both of you, these are both absolutely fabulous and combine
    > > perfectly for exactly what I was after!
    > >
    > > There is just the 1 more thing I am struggling with:
    > > I want to make the chart look at (and adjust to) a dynamic range.
    > > Since it is not a simple case of a chart looking at a rectangular
    > > datasource, I am struggling.
    > >
    > > With Rob Bovey's XY Chart labeler, I also have the problem that although it
    > > does accept a named range, if (as in my instance) the named range is a
    > > varying off-set formula - when I add to the range having already added the
    > > labels, it will not re-asses the named range to add the additional row.
    > >
    > > Does that make sense?
    > >
    > > Any ideas?
    > >
    > > Thanks again, your tips have been magic.
    > >
    > > Basil
    > >
    > > "Jon Peltier" wrote:
    > >
    > >
    > >>Basil -
    > >>
    > >>You can build a quad chart using this technique:
    > >>
    > >> http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/...ackground.html
    > >>
    > >>- Jon
    > >>-------
    > >>Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    > >>Peltier Technical Services
    > >>Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    > >>http://PeltierTech.com/
    > >>_______
    > >>
    > >>Basil wrote:
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>>Hiya,
    > >>>
    > >>>I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    > >>>BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.
    > >>>
    > >>>What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    > >>>the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    > >>>
    > >>>Data source:
    > >>>
    > >>>Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    > >>>Proj1 5 8
    > >>>Proj2 8 10
    > >>>Proj3 1 8
    > >>>Proj4 3 2
    > >>>Proj5 6 4
    > >>>
    > >>>Chart:
    > >>>
    > >>>Y-Axis: Value
    > >>>X-Axis: Difficulty
    > >>>Label next to each point: Project Name
    > >>>
    > >>>So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    > >>>project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    > >>>
    > >>>I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    > >>>
    > >>>(val)
    > >>>10 |
    > >>> | X proj2
    > >>> | X proj5
    > >>> | X proj1
    > >>> | X proj4
    > >>> |
    > >>>1 |_____________________X proj3__
    > >>> 1 10 (diff)
    > >>>
    > >>>I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    > >>>Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    > >>>
    > >>>Many thanks,
    > >>>
    > >>>Basil
    > >>

    >


  8. #8
    Jon Peltier
    Guest

    Re: Matrix

    Baz -

    Thanks for the feedback. We're just all glad to help.

    - Jon

    Basil wrote:

    > Hi Jon,
    >
    > Perfect - I didn't find the need to have the array formula with {}. It
    > worked fine without. Very quick and smart! Doesn't even require recipients of
    > the workbook to have the Bovey add-in to get it to work!
    > The quadrant was absolutely spot on too - so simple and effective!
    >
    > John M:
    > Your solution worked a treat (although with a large range it can take a
    > while for the VBA to run on every sheet calc and also putting the code on
    > worksheet_calc can be a bit inconsistent in working - although I found a work
    > around).
    > I thought your site was great.
    >
    > Thanks to all who responded - I now have a variety of techniques that all
    > work excellently!
    > I'll get on to the programming or formulas bits to see if I can return the
    > help to another lost soul!
    >
    > Many thanks,
    >
    > Baz
    >
    > "Jon Peltier" wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Basil -
    >>
    >>You need to have a worksheet range that holds the values of the defined
    >>range of labels. If the size of the dynamic range is unbounded, this
    >>will be an issue, but if you know it will always be less than, say, 50
    >>items, select an unobtrusive range, F1:F50 for example, and enter this
    >>array formula
    >>
    >> =MyDynamicLabels
    >>
    >>and hole CTRL+SHIFT while pressing Enter. If you do this right, Excle
    >>puts the formula within curly braces:
    >>
    >> {=MyDynamicLabels}
    >>
    >>Then fill the data range with dummy values (zeros), make a series in the
    >>chart with 50 points, and use Rob's Labeler to use the worksheet range
    >>F1:F50 for its labels. Clear out all the dummy values from the data
    >>range, and proceed. Each point in the series will remember which cell
    >>contains its label, even if the dynamic range causes fewer points to
    >>appear. When it reappears, it will remember the link.
    >>
    >>- Jon
    >>-------
    >>Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    >>Peltier Technical Services
    >>Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    >>http://PeltierTech.com/
    >>_______
    >>
    >>
    >>Basil wrote:
    >>
    >>>Thank you so much both of you, these are both absolutely fabulous and combine
    >>>perfectly for exactly what I was after!
    >>>
    >>>There is just the 1 more thing I am struggling with:
    >>>I want to make the chart look at (and adjust to) a dynamic range.
    >>>Since it is not a simple case of a chart looking at a rectangular
    >>>datasource, I am struggling.
    >>>
    >>>With Rob Bovey's XY Chart labeler, I also have the problem that although it
    >>>does accept a named range, if (as in my instance) the named range is a
    >>>varying off-set formula - when I add to the range having already added the
    >>>labels, it will not re-asses the named range to add the additional row.
    >>>
    >>>Does that make sense?
    >>>
    >>>Any ideas?
    >>>
    >>>Thanks again, your tips have been magic.
    >>>
    >>>Basil
    >>>
    >>>"Jon Peltier" wrote:
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>Basil -
    >>>>
    >>>>You can build a quad chart using this technique:
    >>>>
    >>>> http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/...ackground.html
    >>>>
    >>>>- Jon
    >>>>-------
    >>>>Jon Peltier, Microsoft Excel MVP
    >>>>Peltier Technical Services
    >>>>Tutorials and Custom Solutions
    >>>>http://PeltierTech.com/
    >>>>_______
    >>>>
    >>>>Basil wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>>Hiya,
    >>>>>
    >>>>>I need to create a chart which is a matrix of four 'boxes' (a bit like the
    >>>>>BCG 'Cash cow, star, etc matrix if you know it). But am having real trouble.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>What I need is this (and I'm going for the simplest method here - I ignored
    >>>>>the four 'boxes' and just tried to get the data as I want on the chart):
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Data source:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Project Name Value(1-10) Difficulty(1-10)
    >>>>>Proj1 5 8
    >>>>>Proj2 8 10
    >>>>>Proj3 1 8
    >>>>>Proj4 3 2
    >>>>>Proj5 6 4
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Chart:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Y-Axis: Value
    >>>>>X-Axis: Difficulty
    >>>>>Label next to each point: Project Name
    >>>>>
    >>>>>So, with this graph there would only actually be 5 points - 1 for each
    >>>>>project. And each point would have the project name next to it.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>I'll make a crude effort at drawing it:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>(val)
    >>>>>10 |
    >>>>> | X proj2
    >>>>> | X proj5
    >>>>> | X proj1
    >>>>> | X proj4
    >>>>> |
    >>>>>1 |_____________________X proj3__
    >>>>> 1 10 (diff)
    >>>>>
    >>>>>I had very moderate success with 'bubbles' - but hit a dead end.
    >>>>>Anyone know how I can achieve this??
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Many thanks,
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Basil
    >>>>



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