It's an XY graph, with scales set appropriately.

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David Biddulph

"JICDB" wrote in message

>I need to produce a chart and I don't know the name of it so that I can

> search Jon's Excel graph site and get info here. Any help would be

> appreciated.

>

> I need a graph where the X and Y axis meet at zero in the middle of the

> graph with positive and negatives numbers on both. My plan is to use this

> chart to analyze data as to what quadrant it falls into, eg. Quadrant I

> would

> be if the product was positive on the Y axis but negative on the X axis.

> Q2

> = positive on Y, positive on X Q3 = negative y and negative Q4 negative

> y

> and positive x.

>

> I located the instructions from Jon on how to color the quadrants. Any

> idea

> what this type of graph might be called so that I can see if someone else

> here had this problem? And last but not least, anybody know how to go

> about

> producing this type of graph. Thanks!