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Trouble creating graph in excel

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    Trouble creating graph in excel

    If I have for example the names of 60 clothing brands in column A.
    Then a value between 1-3 (1=low, 3=high) relating to the quality of each brand in column B.
    Then a value between 1-3 (1=low, 3=high) relating to the price of each brand in column C.

    I want to create a scatter type graph of quality vs price. I do not need the names of each brand on the graph. But I do want to know how many brands are at each point, e.g if 5 brands have a quality value of 2 and a price value of 1, then I want that indicated on the chart some how at the point of (quality 2 , price 1).

    I have been playing with scatter graphs and bubble graphs but I can't get it to work?
    It would be awesome if the size of the bubbles represented how many brands were at that data point. E.g, if 5 brands have a quality value of 2 and a price value of 1 it would be a bigger sized 'bubble' than a data point which represented 3 brands.

    What is the best way to do this thanks
    Last edited by mimp7; 04-16-2013 at 12:00 AM.

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    Re: Trouble creating graph in excel

    You can use a SUMPRODUCT formula to determine the size.
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