Copying and Converting to a Different Graph Type

Create a copy of the graph and change the graph type (if the data is compatible with both). For example, create a polar graph copy from a Cartesian graph.

As an example, a polar graph copy is created from a Cartesian graph, but the steps are similar to derive any graph type.
  1. Select the graph from which you want to create a derived copy.
  2. On the Display tab, in the Duplicate group, click the  Polar copy icon.
    Note: If the traces on the source graph are incompatible with the derived graph, an error is given stating the incompatible traces.