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Showing Positive Numbers under zero axis


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Thanks for your quick response.  Let me try to explain this better.

The idea is that we want to have something else than 0 being the 'neutral

point'

Let's take exam notes as an example. For most exams, 60% is the passing

score. So we would like to have a graph representing notes where every

notes under 60% would be underneath the Y axis. Right now, we found that the

only way to have numbers underneath the Y access is when it's a negative

number. In our case, negatives really starts at 60%.

In a 1 to 5 scale, the graph would look like this:

Y

5 |

4 |

3

|_______________________________ X

2 |

1 |

Does it make more sense?

JF

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

news:4ra6tWDhDHA.1496@WEBSERVER1...

> So instead you want to see:

>

> 5

> 4

> 3

> -2

> -1

>

> I don't think I understand.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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