Creating calculated graphs allows you to add, subtract, divide or multiply the values of multiple graphs into a single graph.

Here are some examples:

**Add**individual sales results for a Total Sales graphTotal Income

**minus**Refunds for Actual Income graphTotal Sales

**divided**by number of customers for an Average Sales Value graph

## Creating a Calculated Graph

In this example, we'll add the stats of the 3 members of Sales Team A together to create a total for the team.

Choose

**Graphs**ViewClick on

**New Graph**

Enter graph

**Name**Enter

**Graph Type**Choose

**Graph Type "Calculated"**Choose

**Symbol**Choose

**Position of Unit Symbol**(e.g. "$" on left of number, "%" on right of number)Show or

**Hide Graph**(hidden graphs are used for data entry only and to add data to other graphs)**Invert Graph**- choose smaller or larger values are better. (e.g. Sales larger is better, client complaints smaller is better)Choose

**Organization**graph belongs toChoose

**User**Select

**Graph Group**this graph belongs to

Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the **Calculated graph settings** and follow these steps:

Click

**Add Graph**Find the graph by using the search in the drop down menu and click on the graph.

Repeat steps 1 and 2 for all graphs needed

3. Click on the first graph labelled "G1"

4. This will place "G1" inside the **Formula** box

**Note:** "G1" means "Graph 1". You can also type directly inside the Formula box.

5. Click on the "+" symbol (or any of the functions depending on your formula)

6. This will add "+" inside the **Formula** box.**Note:** You can also type directly inside the Formula box.

7. Click on the next graph labelled "G2"

8. This will place "G2" inside the **Formula** box.

**Note:** You can also type directly inside the Formula box.

9. Repeat the process above or simply type in the entire formula. Make sure** **"Formula is valid" appears under the **Formula** box.

10. Click** Create Graph**

**Note:** Once you've created a calculated graph, you can use that new graph to create another calculated graph.

For example: Above we created Sales Team A graph, let's assume we also created a Sales Team B. We could add both Team A and B graphs together to create Total Sales.