I downloaded the excel file and decided to simply copy-paste the values in code behind. I successfully did that and I ran the application with no problems. However, since the values are numeric values it makes little sense to use a CategoricalAxis and the categorical PointSeries. This is why I updated the project to use a ScatterPointSeries and two numeric axes - one linear, one logarithmic.
Now the output of the chart is very similar to the image of the chart you attached. You can read more about the categorical and scatter series in our documentation (point series
, scatter point series
I will try to quickly explain the difference between the two.
The categorical series treat the categories as separate entities. Often these cannot even be compared to each other because categories may be "Bananas", "Volume", "Bolts", "4.56", "2015/01/02" and others. The categorical axis allocates a single slot for each individual category. Later the points with this category are arranged in correspondence to this axis slot.
The scatter series treat the values as values that make sense in some continuous range - such as numbers or DateTime. In the scatter series you have notion of continuity and if you have a linear range [0, 5] you can easily calculate the position of 3.14 and 2.71. However if you work with a categorical axis and you have these categories (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) - you cannot find the location of 2.5 because it is not present in the categories.
Ashok, this is s public forum thread in which you can attach only images. You can attach other files only in a private support ticket.
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