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I need to make a bar graph in google sheets to show how many complaints each dealer received, however I don't want the graph to show the dealers with only >2 complaints. How can I make the graph only show dealers that have had more than 2 complaints?

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  • Welcome to Web Applications Stack Exchange. Consider sharing a publicly editable sample spreadsheet with realistic-looking data. Aug 1 at 21:15
  • Hi, welcome to WebApps. The title of your question, and the question are inconsistent. Title="show only <2 on graph"; question= "show only dealers with more than 2".
    – Tedinoz
    Aug 2 at 1:55

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Use filter() or query() to create a copy of your data table that only includes rows where the number of complaints is greater than or equal to two. Then create a chart using the result table.

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  • For example, if "Dealer name" is in Column A, and "Number of complaints" is in Column B, then a filter might look like this: =filter(A1:B10,B1:B10>2) and the equivalent query might like this: =query(A1:B10,"select A, B where B>2",1)
    – Tedinoz
    Aug 2 at 2:03

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