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# Thread: Does anyone know what type of graph this is?

1. ## Does anyone know what type of graph this is?

The X axis says Number of Apartments
The Y axis is price per square meter In Euros
Blue Line is Time

Does anyone know what the above Graph would be called?

I'm chasing the type of Graph, not the Translation of the Graphs name from Frend to English.

2. ## Re: Does anyone know what type of Graph this is???

Originally Posted by Kimosabi

The X axis says Number of Apartments
The Y axis is price per square meter In Euros
Blue Line is Time

Does anyone know what the above Graph would be called?

I'm chasing the type of Graph, not the Translation of the Graphs name from Frend to English.
No comprende, Looks like a tripograph though, (You'd have to be a tripper to to come up with that one lol) Sorry can't help but at least you got a reply.

3. ## Re: Does anyone know what type of Graph this is???

Originally Posted by BIG BWACULL
No comprende, Looks like a tripograph though, (You'd have to be a tripper to to come up with that one lol) Sorry can't help but at least you got a reply.
It's the best graph I've even seen, It just takes a little bit to understand what it's telling you.

Once I got my head around it, then I went trippy...

4. ## Re: Does anyone know what type of graph this is?

That's a spring graph.

O.K. , I made that up.

5. ## Re: Does anyone know what type of graph this is?

Kimosabi

This appears to be a simple chart plotting the relationship of the number of appartments against the rental or price (?) cost plotted over time. There appears to be a fairly consistant relationship between these over the years indicated (obvbiously a very cyclic one).
If the relationship continues then one could predict that in 2023 (2007 + 16) there would be about 33000 appartments available at a cost of 6,500E/m^2 (5400 + about 20% of 5400)

Not aware that it has a special name.

Cheers

Dutchie

6. ## Re: Does anyone know what type of graph this is?

Originally Posted by dutchie
Kimosabi

This appears to be a simple chart plotting the relationship of the number of appartments against the rental or price (?) cost plotted over time. There appears to be a fairly consistant relationship between these over the years indicated (obvbiously a very cyclic one).
If the relationship continues then one could predict that in 2023 (2007 + 16) there would be about 33000 appartments available at a cost of 6,500E/m^2 (5400 + about 20% of 5400)

Not aware that it has a special name.

Cheers

Dutchie
Thanks, I worked it out, it's a "Scatter with Smooth Lines" Graph in Excel.

It's really easy to create, the problem I encountered graphing shares with this sort of graph, is that the volitility of volume of a stock can knock this type of graph way out of wack.

Shares are possibly too volatile for this type of graphing, except for maybe your more cyclical stocks.

It would probably be more useful for Index Analysis than idividual Stock Analysis. (If anyone can get me some Raw XAO End-of-Month Finish and Volume-for-the-month, for the past 10-20 years then I'll generate an XOA graph)

I'm chasing some raw Aussie Housing Prices/Volume data(if anyone could get me some raw Aussie Housing Prices/Volume data help, I'd appreciate it), so I can try generating the above graph for analysis of the Aussie Housing Cycle.

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