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    A vent diagram would be a different way to go but I would like to know how you would draw a table with 3 axis, thank you.
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    I do not understand what you are trying to construct ..
    give an example please.
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    I assume you want to draw a 3 way table?



    replace easting with x and northing with y
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Size:  506.2 KBThis information into a 3 dimensional table, it's only stats 1 so I'm sure you can understand the info

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    I assume you want to draw a 3 way table?



    replace easting with x and northing with y
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    I do not understand what you are trying to construct ..give an example please.
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    (Original post by Xenon17)
    I assume you want to draw a 3 way table?



    replace easting with x and northing with y
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    Name:  image.jpg
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Size:  506.2 KBThis information into a 3 dimensional table, it's only stats 1 so I'm sure you can understand the info
    nNever seen this and stats is not my forte ...
    I hope you see the light ...
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    Looks like a Venn

    Have you learnt how to use P(A)/P(A U B)/P(A n B) notation yet?
 
 
 
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