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Hello,

for an special presentation of measuring data I need a tool which can do

this.

In the appendix (PDF-File) is a sample of the special problematic. It's

better to see in graphics as to declare in words.

Can I realize these with a Version of ChartFX ?

or has someone other ideas to realize these graphic.

Best regards, Mario

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Hello,

for an special presentation of measuring data I need a tool which can do

this.

In the appendix (PDF-File) is a sample of the special problematic. It's

better to see in graphics as to declare in words.

Can I realize these with a Version of ChartFX ?

or has someone other ideas to realize these graphic.

Best regards, Mario

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Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red) and

possibly multiple X-Axes.

Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it. Note

that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the best way

to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but it shows the

capabilities of Chart FX.

// General settings

chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

// Data

chart1.Data.Series = 1;

chart1.Data.Points = 5;

// Y-Axis

chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red) and

possibly multiple X-Axes.

Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it. Note

that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the best way

to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but it shows the

capabilities of Chart FX.

// General settings

chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

// Data

chart1.Data.Series = 1;

chart1.Data.Points = 5;

// Y-Axis

chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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Thanks for your answer. I can't test these way. Some methods are not 

available in the Lite-Version. I think you are working with the full version

of ChartFX ?

These demonstration show the very great variants of charting with the

softwaretool. Now i want to look for the full demoversion of ChartFX. My

customer will have a great optical result of the charts, bevor he give me

the apply to programm the software for his evaluation.

Best regards, Mario

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:ER1VTDFVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

>

> This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red)

> and

> possibly multiple X-Axes.

>

> Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it.

> Note that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the

> best way to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but

> it shows the capabilities of Chart FX.

>

> // General settings

>

> chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

>

> chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

>

> // Data

>

> chart1.Data.Series = 1;

>

> chart1.Data.Points = 5;

>

> // Y-Axis

>

> chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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Thanks for your answer. I can't test these way. Some methods are not 

available in the Lite-Version. I think you are working with the full version

of ChartFX ?

These demonstration show the very great variants of charting with the

softwaretool. Now i want to look for the full demoversion of ChartFX. My

customer will have a great optical result of the charts, bevor he give me

the apply to programm the software for his evaluation.

Best regards, Mario

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:ER1VTDFVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

>

> This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red)

> and

> possibly multiple X-Axes.

>

> Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it.

> Note that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the

> best way to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but

> it shows the capabilities of Chart FX.

>

> // General settings

>

> chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

>

> chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

>

> // Data

>

> chart1.Data.Series = 1;

>

> chart1.Data.Points = 5;

>

> // Y-Axis

>

> chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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Now I have download and installed the trailversion of ChartFX.Net 6.2. On 

the binding of new references, I don't know which I must select; so I had

selected the follows:

ChartFX Base, ChartFX Borders, ChartFX Designer,

ChartFX for .Net (Windows.Forms), .. (Data Provider), ..

The reference-area of my Project in VisualStudio2003 shows as follow:

ChartFX, ChartFX.Base, ChartFX.Borders, ChartFX.Data, ChartFX.Designer

In the mainform i have insert a graph and on the 'using'-area i wrote:

using SoftwareFX.ChartFX;

In the code-area i try to write the follow columns, but an error occurs:

chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false; ('Grids' is not available)

chart1.Data.Series = 1; ('Data' is not

available)

What is the problem, I can't find the error in my codesection ?

Best regards, Mario

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:ER1VTDFVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

>

> This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red)

> and

> possibly multiple X-Axes.

>

> Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it.

> Note that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the

> best way to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but

> it shows the capabilities of Chart FX.

>

> // General settings

>

> chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

>

> chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

>

> // Data

>

> chart1.Data.Series = 1;

>

> chart1.Data.Points = 5;

>

> // Y-Axis

>

> chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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Now I have download and installed the trailversion of ChartFX.Net 6.2. On 

the binding of new references, I don't know which I must select; so I had

selected the follows:

ChartFX Base, ChartFX Borders, ChartFX Designer,

ChartFX for .Net (Windows.Forms), .. (Data Provider), ..

The reference-area of my Project in VisualStudio2003 shows as follow:

ChartFX, ChartFX.Base, ChartFX.Borders, ChartFX.Data, ChartFX.Designer

In the mainform i have insert a graph and on the 'using'-area i wrote:

using SoftwareFX.ChartFX;

In the code-area i try to write the follow columns, but an error occurs:

chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false; ('Grids' is not available)

chart1.Data.Series = 1; ('Data' is not

available)

What is the problem, I can't find the error in my codesection ?

Best regards, Mario

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:ER1VTDFVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

>

> This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red)

> and

> possibly multiple X-Axes.

>

> Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it.

> Note that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the

> best way to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but

> it shows the capabilities of Chart FX.

>

> // General settings

>

> chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>

> chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

>

> chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

>

> // Data

>

> chart1.Data.Series = 1;

>

> chart1.Data.Points = 5;

>

> // Y-Axis

>

> chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

>

> chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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The code I posted was for Chart FX for VS 2005. However, everything I did 

can be achieved in ChartFX 6.2 but the API is different.

Are you going to develop with VS 2003 or 2005 ? If you have VS 2005 I

recommend you get our most latest version otherwise let me know and I will

convert the sample code to 6.2.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

"Mario Koch" <m.koch@md-netz.de> wrote in message

news:mPVv$4XVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Now I have download and installed the trailversion of ChartFX.Net 6.2. On

> the binding of new references, I don't know which I must select; so I had

> selected the follows:

> ChartFX Base, ChartFX Borders, ChartFX Designer,

> ChartFX for .Net (Windows.Forms), .. (Data Provider), ..

> The reference-area of my Project in VisualStudio2003 shows as follow:

> ChartFX, ChartFX.Base, ChartFX.Borders, ChartFX.Data, ChartFX.Designer

> In the mainform i have insert a graph and on the 'using'-area i wrote:

> using SoftwareFX.ChartFX;

>

> In the code-area i try to write the follow columns, but an error occurs:

> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false; ('Grids' is not

> available)

> chart1.Data.Series = 1; ('Data' is not

> available)

>

> What is the problem, I can't find the error in my codesection ?

>

> Best regards, Mario

>

>

> "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

> news:ER1VTDFVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

>>

>> This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red)

>> and

>> possibly multiple X-Axes.

>>

>> Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it.

>> Note that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the

>> best way to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but

>> it shows the capabilities of Chart FX.

>>

>> // General settings

>>

>> chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>>

>> chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>>

>> chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

>>

>> chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

>>

>> // Data

>>

>> chart1.Data.Series = 1;

>>

>> chart1.Data.Points = 5;

>>

>> // Y-Axis

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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The code I posted was for Chart FX for VS 2005. However, everything I did 

can be achieved in ChartFX 6.2 but the API is different.

Are you going to develop with VS 2003 or 2005 ? If you have VS 2005 I

recommend you get our most latest version otherwise let me know and I will

convert the sample code to 6.2.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

"Mario Koch" <m.koch@md-netz.de> wrote in message

news:mPVv$4XVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Now I have download and installed the trailversion of ChartFX.Net 6.2. On

> the binding of new references, I don't know which I must select; so I had

> selected the follows:

> ChartFX Base, ChartFX Borders, ChartFX Designer,

> ChartFX for .Net (Windows.Forms), .. (Data Provider), ..

> The reference-area of my Project in VisualStudio2003 shows as follow:

> ChartFX, ChartFX.Base, ChartFX.Borders, ChartFX.Data, ChartFX.Designer

> In the mainform i have insert a graph and on the 'using'-area i wrote:

> using SoftwareFX.ChartFX;

>

> In the code-area i try to write the follow columns, but an error occurs:

> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false; ('Grids' is not

> available)

> chart1.Data.Series = 1; ('Data' is not

> available)

>

> What is the problem, I can't find the error in my codesection ?

>

> Best regards, Mario

>

>

> "SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

> news:ER1VTDFVGHA.3144@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Yes. You can obtain a very similar chart using Chart FX.

>>

>> This is a line chart with 5 points, 3 axis sections (green,yellow,red)

>> and

>> possibly multiple X-Axes.

>>

>> Attach is an image of a similar chart and the code used to generate it.

>> Note that this code is just for demo purposes, it may or may not be the

>> best way to do what you need. (I don't know the nature of your data) but

>> it shows the capabilities of Chart FX.

>>

>> // General settings

>>

>> chart1.Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>>

>> chart1.AxisX.Grids.Major.Visible = false;

>>

>> chart1.AxesStyle = AxesStyle.None;

>>

>> chart1.LegendBox.Visible = false;

>>

>> // Data

>>

>> chart1.Data.Series = 1;

>>

>> chart1.Data.Points = 5;

>>

>> // Y-Axis

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Max = 70;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Step = 10;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.LabelValue = 10;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Labels[1] = "Rot";

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Labels[2] = "Gelb";

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Labels[4] = "Gr

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