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Hi Martin.
It may be possible to obtain an acceptable chart using the Bar-3D -Deep
type and suitably preparing your data.
I don't know about turning a sheet into a formula, but you could create
a macro to generate your output series.

On 18/02/2020 13:13, martin f krafft wrote:
Hello folks,

I have an elaborate sheet that essentially takes 3 different values 
as input, and outputs two data series, which I can use to produce a 
bar chart like so:

|         _
|        | |       _
|    _   | |     _| |
|  _| |  | |    | | |
| | | |  | |_   | | |
| | | |  | | |  | | |

Obviously, there'll be a single formula that produces each data 
point, but it'll be very complex, as the sheet currently derives the 
data in multiple steps.

What I need to do now is to graph multiple of those graphs in one. 
That is, I want a 3D bar graph with the first series equivalent to 
what the sheet would produce with "input" parameters (X1, Y, Z), the 
second series corresponding to "input" parameters (X2, Y, Z), and so 

Is this possible? Without duplicating the sheets, of course? 
Essentially turn a sheet into a function/formula that I can "call"?

Thanks for any hints,

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