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The following chart types support X-Values in Chart FX 5.x

Area, Line, Scatter, Curve, CurveArea, Step

The following chart type support Stacked:

Bar, Gantt, Area,CurveArea

So the only stacked chart types with support for X-Values are Area and

CurveArea.

What exactly are you looking for ?

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I am looking for real-time stacked (100 and normal) bar charts with time

dependent X-Axis.

Will this feature be supported in version 6.2 of ChartFX Client Server, when

will this version be available and how much will it cost?

Thank you

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> The following chart types support X-Values in Chart FX 5.x

>

> Area, Line, Scatter, Curve, CurveArea, Step

>

> The following chart type support Stacked:

>

> Bar, Gantt, Area,CurveArea

>

> So the only stacked chart types with support for X-Values are Area and

> CurveArea.

>

> What exactly are you looking for ?

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX

>

>

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> I am looking for real-time stacked (100 and normal) bar charts with time

> dependent X-Axis.

If you have a bar chart and need dates on the X-Axis you can:

a) Assign the dates as labels (strings) to each point. This can be done in

both 5.x and 6.x.

B) In Chart FX 6.2 you can assign the dates as X-Values and these dates will

be used to label the X-Axis. It is important to note that even in 6.2 Bar

charts don't use the X-Values to determine the position of the bars. The

bars are always next to each other, X-Values affect only the X-Axis

labeling. This is what we call "Data-Driven labels".

> Will this feature be supported in version 6.2 of ChartFX Client Server,

> when

> will this version be available and how much will it cost?

All features (except for the ones that are inherent to the platform itself)

are "platform independent". So yes, data-driven labels are supported in 6.2

COM as well.

As for the pricing and timeframe, I don not have this information please

contact info at software fx dot com.

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> a) Assign the dates as labels (strings) to each point. This can be done in

> both 5.x and 6.x.

I do this now, however for graphs with 5-10 series and more than 10 000

points switching between graphs when I need to generate about 10K (if I

assign labels to only one serie) takes quite some time and such a graph can

hardly be called a "real-time" graph.

> B) In Chart FX 6.2 you can assign the dates as X-Values and these dates

will

> be used to label the X-Axis. It is important to note that even in 6.2 Bar

> charts don't use the X-Values to determine the position of the bars. The

> bars are always next to each other, X-Values affect only the X-Axis

> labeling. This is what we call "Data-Driven labels".

It should be exactly what I am looking for.

Mikhail

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Hello Folks,

I have the same question. I am using ChartFx 6.2 for Dot Net and binding the Dates to x-axis.

However, the Dates on the x-axis are repeating. though my data has duplicate Dates, I would like distinct dates to be displayed on the X-axis as it happens in Excel line chart.

Please help out.

Have a nice day.

Thanks,

Arjun

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