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ha asked on 12 Oct 2016, 05:01 PM

- When I've created a new bar chart with 2 consecutive values. The  ratio of bar chart columns are seem to be wrong.

For example: The 2 values is 6 and 7:

 var blogComments = [ {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "1",
                "value": 6,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            }, {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "2",
                "value": 7,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            },  ];

You can't see example in the link: http://dojo.telerik.com/@hakm/uRIvU

- In fact, it's happend in case of having 2 consecutive values. Therefore; if you have more than two values but only having 2 consecutive values.

For instance: 7,7,7,8,8 => Having 5 values but only 2 consecutive numbers, namely 6 and 7

  var blogComments = [ {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "1",
                "value": 7,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            }, {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "2",
                "value": 7,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            }, {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "1",
                "value": 7,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            }, {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "2",
                "value": 8,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            }, {
                "blog": "My blog",
                "day": "1",
                "value": 8,
                "userColor": "#ffd600"
            }  ];

You can see it in the link: http://dojo.telerik.com/@hakm/evucuG

 

- It's only happend when having only 2 consecutive values.

- So what is wrong with it? someone can show me a solution? I can't find any solution in the case :(

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Iliana Nikolova
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answered on 13 Oct 2016, 03:56 PM
Hi,

To get the expected result you should set the valueAxis.narrowRange option to false. Take a look at the updated dojo: 

http://dojo.telerik.com/@Iliana/iXISE

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Iliana Nikolova
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answered on 14 Oct 2016, 05:13 PM
Thanks for your solution, it's really helpful :)
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