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Can RadChart normalize multiple y-axis data automatically

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Chris asked on 02 Feb 2012, 08:03 AM
Hi,

I would have a line graph with multiple y-axis series, can radChart "normalize" the data so that both series start from the same point ?

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I have stock prices for Apple and Microsoft . Date on X-Axis,Normalized Price on Y-Axis. The prices of each stock are obviously totally different - but I want to see the relative differences between the two stocks. So I want both stocks to start at e.g 100% and then each day the price change will be converted to a %change in price. By doing this you can compare the 2 stocks directly in terms of price change.

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Nikolay
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answered on 06 Feb 2012, 03:03 PM
Hi Chris,

RadChart does not have a built-in mechanism for normalizing the data, however, what you could possibly do to achieve a similar result would be setting manual ranges for both axes, in a way that the secondary axis's start point coincides with the initial value of the series/stock that is measured on the primary Y axis.

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