How to Summarize HighLow Area Reverse vs Normal %

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How to Summarize HighLow Area Reverse vs Normal %

Post by plotter » Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:22 pm

Hi,
I have several HighLow Series on a Y Axis.
They visually summarize the data very well, colorizing the reverse filled regions as desired.
I need to provide a textural statistic summary of those reverse colorized regions as percentage of reverse filled vs normal filled within a paticular x range.
Is there any inbuilt functionality or LC utilities that will provide this information ?
Thanks,
Heather
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Re: How to Summarize HighLow Area Reverse vs Normal %

Post by ArctionPasi » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:33 pm

Unfortunately there is not...
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Re: How to Summarize HighLow Area Reverse vs Normal %

Post by plotter » Thu Sep 21, 2017 4:04 pm

Ok,
Then I guess I will have to do it the 'old fashioned' way... :roll:

Seems like quantified area comparisons would be useful in a more than a few types of analysis,
like percentage good compared to bad, for instance... (% good : bad)
as well as even an average of the range of good vs bad... (avg how good : how bad)
Imagine like 70% mostly good, 30% partially bad, for instance... in a legend box :D

Thanks for checking,
Heather