Possible to graph a linear equation?
I wanted to graph this linear equation in domo
GoalVariance = (E_Rate)x + (N_Rate)y
Is this possible in Domo?
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You'd need to generate a dataset with numbers between the min and max of your graph and then you could utilize variables within the page for the E_Rate and N_Rate Values to automatically update your graph. You can use the value from the dataset for both your x and y value.
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Yes, it is possible to graph a linear equation in Domo.
GoalVariance = (E_Rate)x + (N_Rate)y
To graph this equation in Domo, you can use the "Line" chart type, which allows you to plot a line based on a mathematical equation. Here are the steps you can follow:
 Create a new "Line" chart in Domo.
 In the "Data" tab, select the data source that contains the values for E_Rate, N_Rate, and GoalVariance.
 In the "XAxis" section, select the column that corresponds to x (typically E_Rate in this case).
 In the "YAxis" section, select the column that corresponds to y (typically N_Rate in this case).
 In the "Line" section, select the "Equation" option.
 In the "Equation" input field, enter the linear equation in the form of y = mx + b, where m is the slope (E_Rate in this case) and b is the yintercept (GoalVariance / N_Rate in this case).
 Click "Apply" to see the graph of the linear equation.
Note that you may need to adjust the scale of the xaxis and yaxis to make sure the graph is displayed correctly.
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Hey @Lowell_Walker thank you for the reply. I am trying to follow your directions and getting stumped on step 5, not sure what I am missing. Can you point me in the right direction?
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Hey folks, thanks for your help! I solved this using the first method of creating a dataset.
I pulled the two values from a separate table and created a small dataset of the two coordinates.
SELECT 0 AS New,
ExistingSlug
AS Existing
FROMcases_slug
UNION ALL
SELECTNewSlug
AS New, 0 AS Existing
FROMcases_slug
Then I created the XY graph and used the two variables
Thanks for your help!
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