Hi, I'm using a RadCartesianChart with a LinearAxis as y-axis. The range for the y-axis is automatic (I haven't set Minimum or Maximum on the axis).
Vertical zoom is enabled, so the user can zoom to the range he likes. The problem is that the range of the viewed y-values changes when range of the line series changes. I understand this is probably by design, since you want to keep the relative values VerticalZoomRangeStart and VerticalZoomRangeEnd.
To make the problem clear, I'll use an example:
Let's say the range of the data is [0,10]. The user then zooms the y-axis to display the values [8,9]. Then the range of the data changes to [0,20] and the range of the y-aixs is recalculated. The range the user sees now automatically changes from [8,9] og [16,18], since the zoom is still [0.8,0.9]. Is there a way to avoid this without manually setting the range of the y-axis?
From the documentation it says : "Maximum: Gets or sets the user-defined maximum of the axis. By default the axis calculates the maximum, depending on the maximum of the plotted data points."
Is there a way to get the calculated maximum? I would then be able to calculate new values for vertical zoom to keep the range of the y-values the same. I noticed that the calculated maximum is not necessarily the same as maximum of the dataset, since you make sure the calculated maximum is a nice round number.