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Basic techniques for visual comparison in this paper ---> http://cvev.bangor.ac.uk/paper.pdf (Visual Comparison for Information Visualization) - Fig 1 will be helpful. It basically boils down to juxtaposition (what you have now), superposition (putting graphs on top of each other) and difference (plot x-y, rather than plot x and y). Of those, I'm suggesting ...


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I'm not sure how many time series you need to display - but assuming that they go over the same year span then you can simply display them one above the other. Also you can track the two graphs with a vertical bar so you can better compare where one is compared to the other. You can compare the Bear markets in one column with the Bull markets in another. ...



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