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Multiple X_Axis for a Single Series

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Denin
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Denin asked on 10 Jun 2020, 03:14 AM

Hello,

I have a requirement to display two x-axis for a single series. The data is a collection of measurements and the client would like to see each point relative to the start and also relative to the end. For example, if there are 10 points along a 100m distance, the third point is 30m from the start, and 70m from the end. Is there a way to accommodate this?

 

So far I have only found a way to make multiple x-axis for a chart, but each series in that chart only has one x-axis. My only thought was to create a second series with reverse data that would be included, but hidden under the first data since they line up perfectly. Is there another way? Thanks.

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Martin Ivanov
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answered on 12 Jun 2020, 04:39 PM

Hello Tyson,

Each chart series can have only a single axis. If you set the VerticalAxis or HorizontalAxis of the chart control there will be also one additional shared axis. However, only the axis assigned to the series will show relevant range.

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Martin Ivanov
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