I've got the numbers run. But like I said in my post a few days ago, I need formatting input from someone. I want to post several graphs form XL to this site, but am having trouble finding a way - I'm used to producing graphics in Word and PDF, not on the Web.
Anyway, what I need is step by step instructions on how to get a graph from XL to some kind of format (JPG?) that can be uploaded to this site. I have converted one from XL to PDF to JPG, but the resolution became so poor that the text was unreadable.
Further complicating it is that I have designed one graph to have a long Y-Axis, long enough that it would not all fit onto one Word or PDF page (but would seem to be fine on the Web, where we can scroll down indefinitely to continue a graph).
Can I get some advice from those of you who run web sites? John, Erik, Doug, etc.? You can email me, too, if you'd prefer.
BTW, the Top 5 are:
1) Wieters and Price (basically a tie)
2) Heyward and Snider (again, basically a tie)
4) Bumgarner and Rasmus (basically a tie)
Prospect 100 is David Huff, but another 129 guys were listed and come in below him.
Cahill (# 10) was the highest-rated guy to be left off of one ballot.
Villalona (#38) was the lowest-rated guy to make it on all the ballots.
Of guys who appeared on only one ballot, Ryan Kalish (#36 on that one, #145 overall) was the one listed the highest.
Strangely, there were no Rangers players listed anywhere in the top 50.