Yeah, that's all I did. No fancy tricks that I can see that make it less laborious. I just had different June graphs open in side-by-side browser windows.Bishop_Bob wrote: ↑Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:44 pmIs it just a matter of plotting one graph for a given week in 2019 and then plotting another graph for the same week in 2017 in a different browser window and then comparing the 2 graphs in different browser windows? (in contrast with the SWE graphs that allow you to plot this year vs select past years)Bishop_Bob wrote: ↑Mon Jun 24, 2019 2:37 pmYes, I can see how you did that. But how does the graph depict this year's flow data to the flow in 2017? Sorry - I might be dense, as I cannot see the comparison between years.
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