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Scatter chart Cannot have more then one x Axis Data point?


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Hi,

1.

In Excel I can do the following as attached. The scatter chart on the X axis

point 8 has 5 values.

On my chartfx one, I can only get one value on each x point to appear? help.

Points with out data also appear as zero. when theres no data passed.

- I may be using completely the wrong chart type for this? Any ideas?

2.

also Is there a way to make the annotation text smaller?

thanks in advance,

jason

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> On my chartfx one, I can only get one value on each x point to appear?

It looks like you are not setting X-Values to this chart. The one in Excel

seems to have X-Values.

For information on how to setup an XY chart, please refer to the

programmer's guide on:

Gallery Types -> XY Plots & Scatter

> also Is there a way to make the annotation text smaller?

Sure, all the annotation Text objects have a Font property.

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cool thanks for your quick reply, all sorted now,

tar,

j

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

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> > On my chartfx one, I can only get one value on each x point to appear?

>

> It looks like you are not setting X-Values to this chart. The one in Excel

> seems to have X-Values.

>

> For information on how to setup an XY chart, please refer to the

> programmer's guide on:

>

> Gallery Types -> XY Plots & Scatter

>

> > also Is there a way to make the annotation text smaller?

>

> Sure, all the annotation Text objects have a Font property.

>

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX

>

>

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