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How do you like this SINAD Chart Style?

amirm

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The regular horizontal SINAD chart is getting out of control with smaller and smaller text size. So an alternative is to have it vertically. Here is what I have. Let me know if it works better for you:

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Looks unsteady, maybe turn upside down?
I reversed the order as otherwise, worst performing ones would be on top/getting attention. But yes, emotionally it feels like it is going to fall over. :)
 

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Suggestion. Maybe color code the bars. Break it into 110+, 100+, 90+, 80+ and everything below 80 gets red bars.
Anyone know how to do this automatically in excel?
 

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Anyone know how to do this automatically in excel?
I'd have to work out the details, but some if-then functions on formatting would do it. Not too terribly hard.

Arnandsway tutorial is basically the same idea.
 

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The regular horizontal SINAD chart is getting out of control with smaller and smaller text size. So an alternative is to have it vertically. Here is what I have. Let me know if it works better for you:

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Amir, it would be great if you can remeasure at least one of them and put in on a chart.
My Pro version is not the "FS" so not sure how useful it is to put in the chart. A local person though has the DAC and I plan to get and measure it next month.
 

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My Pro version is not the "FS" so not sure how useful it is to put in the chart. A local person though has the DAC and I plan to get and measure it next month.
Pro non-FS is also would be cool to have on a chart.
 

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Anyone know how to do this automatically in excel?
I've attached a sample, simple workaround file. It uses a simple formula and some conditional formatting to obtain the desired result, and you won't even have to maintain a chart anymore, as it's all done in-cell :) The character in the formula is Unicode 2588, which can be entered on a Windows machine using the key combination Alt 219.
 

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Hello from France

Looks like the golden age of DAC is here.

Sincerely yours
Habu
 
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Excel's conditional formatting will do it automatically...
 
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