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I was just thinking about regional house prices and the graph on the front of this website then I got a great idea.

the idea is to make some kind of a 3d regional graph showing house prices showing each area instead of a UK average graph. something a little like this:

http://infernal-quack.net/files/web_lab/canvas_3d-wireframe-graph.png

But with house prices for different regions.

Anyone know any software that I can produce a graph like this in? I was thinking of using excel to amalgamate the data with each column representing a region and each row covering a different quater.

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Got Excel working, just need to get some data now. I can't find it on the Land Registry website to I will take a look at Nationwide's figures to see if I can find the regional series going back a few years.

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Got Excel working, just need to get some data now. I can't find it on the Land Registry website to I will take a look at Nationwide's figures to see if I can find the regional series going back a few years.

Good idea. How would you order the regions on the graph?

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The graph on the front page is the truth, and the only truth. To deny it is heresy! :( :angry:

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I made these using the nationwide figures as I haven't got time to trawl through the land registy composing figures into the spreadsheet.

Looking at these Yorkshire and Humberside look good value for money & London looks so overpriced. I will have to check Yorkshire in right move to get some hard facts.

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I made these using the nationwide figures as I haven't got time to trawl through the land registy composing figures into the spreadsheet.

Looking at these Yorkshire and Humberside look good value for money & London looks so overpriced. I will have to check Yorkshire in right move to get some hard facts.

Can you put it on a log scale please?

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