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Maybe not completely useless.

Was charting a large series of data on a 24" iMac with 4GB RAM. Trying to change any aspect of the chart spiked one of the processors at 100%, and caused the whole application to become non-responsive for at least 30 seconds.

I saved my work, quit Numbers, then relaunched. Same problem. Any changes to the chart led to the same issue.

Switching over to Excel for now.
 

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Just to clarify, it was a range of 100 variables, all with 3 data points each. Nothing too complicated. Simple straight line graph. Very straight forward calculations. It's when the charting came into it that it went all haywire. Apple needs to cleanup some code.
 
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