User (Legacy) Posted April 25, 2003 Report Share Posted April 25, 2003 Hi ! Why is the chart showing 0 values ??? see attachment Is there a way to avoid this? code: Chart1.Gallery = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Gallery.Bar 'Populating the Chart1 with random data to get 3 series Dim r As System.Random r = New System.Random() Chart1.OpenData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values, 3, 3) Dim i As Integer i = 0 Do While (i < 3) Dim j As Integer j = 0 Do While (j < 3) Chart1.Value(i, j) = 0 '(r.NextDouble * 100) j = (j + 1) Loop i = (i + 1) Loop Chart1.CloseData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values) 'It looks better with Borders Chart1.Border = True Chart1.BorderEffect = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.BorderEffect.Raised Chart1.AxesStyle = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.AxesStyle.Math Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Software FX Posted April 25, 2003 Report Share Posted April 25, 2003 What would you like to see ? Since there is no Y-Axis scale set, and all the values are 0 we can't calculate the Min and Max of the Y-Axis that's why you see it empty. Since there is no way to calculate the scale, you may want to set it to some arbitrary values (for example 0 to 100) when Min and Max are the same. You can do this very easily by adding the following code AFTER CloseData: If (Chart1.Min = Chart1.Max) Then Chart1.Max = 100 End If -- FP Software FX, Inc. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

User (Legacy) Posted April 28, 2003 Author Report Share Posted April 28, 2003 Hi ! When values are 0 (zero) I don't want to se anything. If I have 3-series chart and there a 0 (zero) value in a serie, there's a thin line shown in the chart. I want to avoid the thin lines then 0 (zero) values....how ? See attachments CODE: Chart1.Gallery = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Gallery.Bar 'Populating the Chart1 with random data to get 3 series Dim r As System.Random r = New System.Random() Chart1.OpenData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values, 3, 3) Dim i As Integer i = 0 Do While (i < 3) Dim j As Integer j = 0 Do While (j < 3) If i = 2 Then Chart1.Value(i, j) = 0 Else Chart1.Value(i, j) = (r.NextDouble * 100) End If j = (j + 1) Loop i = (i + 1) Loop Chart1.CloseData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values) 'It looks better with Borders Chart1.Border = True Chart1.BorderEffect = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.BorderEffect.Raised Chart1.AxesStyle = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.AxesStyle.Math Chart1.RecalcScale() END CODE "SoftwareFX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message news:MTSMTnzCDHA.1356@webserver1.softwarefx.com... > What would you like to see ? Since there is no Y-Axis scale set, and all the > values are 0 we can't calculate the Min and Max of the Y-Axis that's why you > see it empty. > > Since there is no way to calculate the scale, you may want to set it to some > arbitrary values (for example 0 to 100) when Min and Max are the same. You > can do this very easily by adding the following code AFTER CloseData: > > If (Chart1.Min = Chart1.Max) Then > Chart1.Max = 100 > End If > > -- > FP > Software FX, Inc. > > Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

User (Legacy) Posted April 28, 2003 Author Report Share Posted April 28, 2003 Hi Chart1.Value(i, j) = Chart1.Hidden ....will hide the 0 (zero) values. /thanks "OleM" <omm@lector.dk> wrote in message news:RF8YZ2XDDHA.2772@webserver1.softwarefx.com... > Hi ! > > When values are 0 (zero) I don't want to se anything. > > If I have 3-series chart and there a 0 (zero) value in a serie, there's a > thin line shown in the chart. I want to avoid the thin lines then 0 (zero) > values....how ? > > See attachments > > CODE: > > Chart1.Gallery = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Gallery.Bar > > 'Populating the Chart1 with random data to get 3 series > > Dim r As System.Random > > r = New System.Random() > > Chart1.OpenData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values, 3, 3) > > Dim i As Integer > > i = 0 > > Do While (i < 3) > > Dim j As Integer > > j = 0 > > Do While (j < 3) > > If i = 2 Then > > Chart1.Value(i, j) = 0 > > Else > > Chart1.Value(i, j) = (r.NextDouble * 100) > > End If > > j = (j + 1) > > Loop > > i = (i + 1) > > Loop > > Chart1.CloseData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values) > > > > > 'It looks better with Borders > > Chart1.Border = True > > Chart1.BorderEffect = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.BorderEffect.Raised > > Chart1.AxesStyle = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.AxesStyle.Math > > Chart1.RecalcScale() > > END CODE > > > "SoftwareFX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message > news:MTSMTnzCDHA.1356@webserver1.softwarefx.com... > > What would you like to see ? Since there is no Y-Axis scale set, and all > the > > values are 0 we can't calculate the Min and Max of the Y-Axis that's why > you > > see it empty. > > > > Since there is no way to calculate the scale, you may want to set it to > some > > arbitrary values (for example 0 to 100) when Min and Max are the same. You > > can do this very easily by adding the following code AFTER CloseData: > > > > If (Chart1.Min = Chart1.Max) Then > > Chart1.Max = 100 > > End If > > > > -- > > FP > > Software FX, Inc. > > > > > > > Attachments.zip Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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