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Is there anyway to display a XY chart with 2 X axies? What I would like is

to have a chart with a Y in the center and be able to display an X on either

side. It would sort of resemble a upside down T.

Thanks.

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Just a line in the middle or labels too ? Can you please be a little more

specific. Maybe attach a drawing of what you are looking for ?

If it is only the line, you can create a constant line for it.

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"Joe Bonavita" <JBonavita@Fishinbrain.com> wrote in message

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> Is there anyway to display a XY chart with 2 X axies? What I would like is

> to have a chart with a Y in the center and be able to display an X on

either

> side. It would sort of resemble a upside down T.

>

> Thanks.

>

>

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What I want to do is take a XY chart having currency on the Y and dates on

the X. This would give a normal XY. In addition I would like to have another

X going to the left. Another way of thinking of this is having 1 long X axis

with the Y in the middle. This would represent a center position of the X

axis. If the X was displaying a number it would be 0.

The dates on the X axis would then increase to the left & right of the

center.

The purpose of this is to allow a user to select (click on) a point which is

displayed to the right (as if it was a normal XY) and then show points that

make up the single point on the left.

In a normal XY we display multpile series with each point representing a

summed up value which is returned from a query. For example select

sum(values), name, date from ATable group by name.

when clicking on a point we would have another query like select value, date

from ATable where name = ANameOfASelectedPoint.

Now the values returned from this query would be displayed on the left X

axis or on the left or the Y axis.

Does this make sense?

"Software FX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> Just a line in the middle or labels too ? Can you please be a little more

> specific. Maybe attach a drawing of what you are looking for ?

>

> If it is only the line, you can create a constant line for it.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX Support

> "Joe Bonavita" <JBonavita@Fishinbrain.com> wrote in message

> news:0JCHrtVrCHA.2684@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> > Is there anyway to display a XY chart with 2 X axies? What I would like

is

> > to have a chart with a Y in the center and be able to display an X on

> either

> > side. It would sort of resemble a upside down T.

> >

> > Thanks.

> >

> >

>

>

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I'm not sure I perfectly understand, as I said before I think the only way

to be sure is for you to post a picture of what you need.

For what I understood, I think you want to create TWO chart and put them

side-by-side.

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FP

Software FX Support

"Joe Bonavita" <JBonavita@Fishinbrain.com> wrote in message

news:GA4o1edrCHA.3108@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> What I want to do is take a XY chart having currency on the Y and dates on

> the X. This would give a normal XY. In addition I would like to have

another

> X going to the left. Another way of thinking of this is having 1 long X

axis

> with the Y in the middle. This would represent a center position of the X

> axis. If the X was displaying a number it would be 0.

>

> The dates on the X axis would then increase to the left & right of the

> center.

>

> The purpose of this is to allow a user to select (click on) a point which

is

> displayed to the right (as if it was a normal XY) and then show points

that

> make up the single point on the left.

>

> In a normal XY we display multpile series with each point representing a

> summed up value which is returned from a query. For example select

> sum(values), name, date from ATable group by name.

>

> when clicking on a point we would have another query like select value,

date

> from ATable where name = ANameOfASelectedPoint.

>

> Now the values returned from this query would be displayed on the left X

> axis or on the left or the Y axis.

>

> Does this make sense?

>

> "Software FX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

> news:1T2uINarCHA.2684@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> > Just a line in the middle or labels too ? Can you please be a little

more

> > specific. Maybe attach a drawing of what you are looking for ?

> >

> > If it is only the line, you can create a constant line for it.

> >

> > --

> > FP

> > Software FX Support

> > "Joe Bonavita" <JBonavita@Fishinbrain.com> wrote in message

> > news:0JCHrtVrCHA.2684@webserver1.softwarefx.com...

> > > Is there anyway to display a XY chart with 2 X axies? What I would

like

> is

> > > to have a chart with a Y in the center and be able to display an X on

> > either

> > > side. It would sort of resemble a upside down T.

> > >

> > > Thanks.

> > >

> > >

> >

> >

>

>

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