# Trying to do a Linear x and y axis using a Spline or Line Series chart

1. ##### Reghardt
6 posts
Member since:
May 2015

Posted 19 May 2015 Link to this post

Hi,

I was wondering if you can help me.

I have been following your different examples on here and found it pretty simple to understand and get use too but now i am stuck.

I am trying to create a chart using two linear axis for x and y. Having a look at the scatter graph it seems like this should work but when I try this with a Spline Series or even a line series chart it just comes up with no data although the axis is filled out correctly, the area for the graph remains blank. I change the X axis back to Categorical and everything is fine although the two charts are in parallel and not on the same x axis i.e. starts at 94 to 1000 and then starts at 96 to 1000. I am using integer values for both X and Y.

My aim at the end of this is to have 3 axis 1x and 2y. But once this problem is sorted I think I will be able to work this out using the multiple axis guidelines.

So my real question is, Are you able to do 2 linear axis inside a Spline or Line series chart? If yes what am I doing Wrong. If not is there a way to manipulate the Scatter point series and to introduce a line and making the Scatter points very small so there not easily seen?

2. ##### Reghardt
6 posts
Member since:
May 2015

Posted 20 May 2015 Link to this post

Hi,

I managed to solve my problem. I read into the Scatter diagrams and found ScatterLineSeries. This does exactly what I am Interested in. No scatter points just a line using two linear axis. This worked perfectly. I have managed to get the Multiple axis working along with Pan and Zoom as well. Very simple to use and understand.

Thanks!

##### Victor
1358 posts

Posted 20 May 2015 Link to this post

Hello Reghardt,

Thanks for writing.
When using two numerical axes, you can only use scatter series derivatives. These are ScatterPointSeries, ScatterBubbleSeries, ScatterLineSeries, ScatterSplineSeries, ScatterSplineAreaSeries and ScatterAreaSeries.

Regards,
Victor
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