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Logarithmic scale for the Y Axis

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Jose Simas
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Jose Simas asked on 15 Oct 2009, 11:02 AM
Hi,

Does RadChart for WPF support logarithmic scales for the axis? I searched but all I can find are references to the ASP.NET chart and the Gauge.

Thanks,
Jose

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Giuseppe
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answered on 19 Oct 2009, 04:17 PM
Hi Jose,

Unfortunately the current version of the control does not provide support for logarithmic axis scale. Nevertheless, we will forward your inquiry to our developers so they can take it into consideration for one of the future versions of RadChart.


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Manuel
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answered on 18 Nov 2009, 05:12 PM
Hello, I would like to add my vote for supporting logarithmic scaling for both axes in RadChart for WPF.  That would be fantastic.

For an example, in signal processing, I may want to display a filter response as frequency in Hz vs. magnitude in dB, in which case I would love to have both axes using base-10 logarithmic scaling.  In other cases I might prefer to have only one or the other axis use logarithmic scaling.

It would be even cooler if I could specify what base to use for the logarithm, e.g. base-2 or natural log (ln, base e).  But at the minimum, base-10 would be great.

Thank you!
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Giuseppe
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answered on 23 Nov 2009, 08:52 AM
Hi ColdCold,

Thank you for your feedback.

We have discussed this with our developers and raised the priority of this task -- while we cannot commit a concrete timeframe at the moment, we will do our best to add this feature for the Q1 2010 release of the control.


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Manuel
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