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Chris Trina
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Chris Trina asked on 08 Jan 2014, 08:32 PM
We're migrating all of our existing reports from a different reporting tool to Telerik Reports.  We have one report that I would like to utilize one of your graphing options to replace, but cannot find a graph that would work.  Please look at the attached image and any suggestions as to a similar graph would be great.  Basicly this is like a bar chart showing two different sets of data (one as red lines, the other as black), the key is the data ranges are not all zero based like a normal bar chart.

Any guidance or suggestion would be appreciated.

Chris

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Ivan Hristov
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answered on 13 Jan 2014, 02:02 PM
Hello Chris,

Up to your questions:

You can combine two or more series in one graph using the approach described in this how-to article: Create Graph with Column and Line series. Although it has a different scenario, the method of combining the series will be valid for your case as well.

From what is seen on the screenshot you provided, the data ranges look like a numeric data range, although their X axis is labeled with "PK", "K" and so on. Moreover, it is suggested by your chart - you have line series that cover a range of values, i.e. the series have a start and an end point. Therefore we can suggest you to treat the X axis as a normal Numeric scale axis, changing only the labels. This way you can set some predefined numeric values to your "PK" and "K" keys (i.e.  -1 and 0) and your series will be displayed properly.

In case you have a scenario where one of the series have values in two or more ranges, we can suggest you to create a scatter chart and use the marker styling options when possible.

Regards,
Ivan Hristov
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