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Reporting Chart XAxis Min Value Not Zero

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Scott asked on 08 Sep 2010, 04:12 PM
Hi,

  I'm working on creating a chart in a report, but instead of the XAxis starting at Zero I want it to start at Ten.  I set the PlotArea.XAxis.MinValue to 10 and the PlotArea.XAxis.MaxValue = 100 and the PlotArea.XAxis.LabelStep = 10.  I was expecting the XAxis to go from 10 - 100 but instead it goes from 1 - 91.  Any ideas on how to correct this?

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-Scott Cline

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answered on 08 Sep 2010, 06:36 PM
Here's a little bit more information on what I'm trying to accomplish.  Attached is a screen shot of the file I'm reading in. We're running experiments with an unknown amount of targets and looking at their concentration vs. Temperature.  The temperature range can change based on the experiment, but we want this graph to show up on the report displaying the temperature range and the concentration range and see how each target compares together on the graph.  Ideally we want the concentration to go from the max concentration to zero on the Yaxis, and min temperature to max temperature on the xAxis.  The concentrations are generally the the range from 7E-34 - 1E-17, and Temperature generally ranges from 10 - 100.  I'd like this to display correctly on the graph.  The program generates these results files for each experiment that I have to read in and populate the graphs.

Any bit of help would be greatly appreciated.

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answered on 08 Sep 2010, 08:10 PM
Never mind finally figured out what was going on.  Autoscale was set to true overriding my set values.
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