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  1. I have BoxPlot defined by a crosstab provider and would like to add a curve to an additional Y-Axis to show the sum of the averages for each box. So, if the average values for a plot with 4 boxes were 2, 3, 7, and 10, the curve would have points at 2, 5, 12, and 22. However, I can't figure out how to add the curve to the chart without affecting the existing data. Is it this possible? Any tips on getting it set up correctly would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jason Rust
  2. I've set up a BoxPlot using a crosstab provider, and everything works well. However, we would like to offer the user the opportunity to change the field used as the column header. I accomplish that by changing the Name of the ColumnHeading field in the DataSourcesSettings and then calling ReloadData(). The boxes in the plot are updated to reflect the data, but the Categorical Axis labels remain the same. How can I update those to reflect the current data configuration? I've attached an example using the Statistical sample project included with the Extensions pack. Switch to the BoxPlot
  3. I've attempted to do just that, but I'm having trouble will all the wasted whitespace that surrounds the chart area (I think this is called the plot margin?). Please see attached image and let me know if there's any way to make the actual line chart area take up more of the margin space. And yes, I've already set the PlotAreaMargin members to zero. Thanks again for help! Jason
  4. Is there any intention to provide the ability to create panes both horizontally and vertically? I generate a number of statistical charts for engineering, and for statistics, it is common to generate multiple panes. For example, I'd like to be able to create a line chart with 8 panes (2 rows x 4 columns) to show the measurement values from multiple operators for the 8 different parts. Thanks!
  5. Sorry, I should have thought to mention design/run-time. I only get the error at design time. Everything works correctly at run-time. As for how the chart is being created, I created an class library that contains a custom control that hosts a chart and several inherited controls. In a separate project, after including my custom assembly dll and all the necessary ChartFX dlls, I placed instances of the derived controls (which all include the base chart) on various forms. I get the error whenever I try to open the forms containing my custom chart controls at design time. So it looks like:
  6. Whenever I try to open a form or control that has a chart on it, I get the following error in VB 2005 (I'm using the latest ChartFX and Extensions) Could not load file or assembly 'ms.Statistical\n.GalleriesM, PublicKeyToken=a1878e2052c08dce' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified. at System.Reflection.Assembly.nLoad(AssemblyName fileName, String codeBase, Evidence assemblySecurity, Assembly locationHint, StackCrawlMark& stackMark, Boolean throwOnFileNotFound, Boolean forIntrospection) at System.Reflection.Assembly.InternalLoad(AssemblyName assemb
  7. I'm attempting to develop a "bullseye"-type scatter plot that has 3 colored "target" rings beneath the markers. I had previously done something similar in the COM-based version of ChartFX using the PrePaint event and the Windows GDI API. However, I'm having trouble accomplishing the same thing with ChartFX 2005 and the System.Drawing namespace. I'm using this code below, which causes a crash after execution leaves the event. Strangely, if I set the Handled property of the EventArgs to true, the crash does not occur. Is there something I need to be doing to "release" the Graphics object so
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