Bubble chart data display is sensitive to data sorting

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  1. Ken
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    Jun 2009

    Posted 01 Sep 2009 Link to this post

    I'm using the bubble chart with a constant bubble size to mimic a scatter plot.  I was having trouble getting my plots to make sense, so I threw in X/Y pair where X == Y (though the data was unsorted), and the data points were all over the place.  I then tried sorting the data ascending, and voila, I get my expected straight line.  Curiously, if I sort the data descending, I get a line with just one or two of the points misplaced.

    If you need me to post code to reproduce this I'll be glad to, but I'm guessing you can reproduce it easily.  The data points below yield the problem for me.

    Thanks!

    5 5
    8 8
    4 4
    3 3
    1 1
    7 7
    9 9
    0 0
    2 2
    6 6
  2. Velin
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    Posted 03 Sep 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Ken,

    Thank you for reporting this issue to us. Our developers will provide a solution in shortest terms. In the meanwhile we would suggest you to use the bubble series with ascending ordered data.

    We are sorry for the inconvenience.

    Best wishes,
    Velin
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  4. Dr.YSG
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    Posted 11 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Was this fixed? I also want to create a scatter plot.


  5. Velin
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    Posted 14 Jan 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Dr.YSG,

    Fortunately, this issue is already fixed. You can download our latest build to get it.

    Best wishes,
    Velin
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