Hi Motorace addict,
To give you a quick incomplete answer, if you stack marks they will not overlap. If you stack lines (Analysis > Stack Marks > On ), then the second line is graphed x above the previous line. For example, if both lines are at x=3 and you stack marks then line 1 will be at x=3 but line 2 will be at x=6.
You maybe be able to do some complicated calculations that check if the lines overlap, and if so make the second line have a value of 1 rather than the actual value. This way the line will be graphed 1 above the other line.
Hope this helps
Thanks Esther that's what i'm looking for,
At one point there is 6 drivers on 4 penalty points, so if i could do the necessary calculations, would this solution still work ?
Yeah, even with multiple lines, the second one will be 1 above the first, the third one will be 1 above the second, etc...
The only thing I would worry about is spacing. You might want to do a number less than 1 if the axis has a small range of values.