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Bar Chart using clustered or Stacked option


Delphin
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Hi.

I am trying to create a bar graph with 3 series.

Serie 1: 115, 47, Chart.HiddenSerie 2: Chart.Hidden, Chart.Hidden, 115Serie 3: Chart.Hidden, Chart.Hidden, 34

(Actually I use a DataTable with 3 columns)What I want to do is explain here:

http://community.softwarefx.com/forums/p/1016/3290.aspx#3290

But it seems not possible to use Stacked in this way :\ and I cannot use neither 3D mode nor .Clustered attribute.

So, I've decided to use Stacked anymore, but the generated chart shows empty bars for Chart.Hidden values.Is it possible to 'remove' this empty space?How to reduce the space between the bars? Possible to set 0 pixel?Thanks. 

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Hum...

I'm going to try to use only 1 serie and color the two last bars...

Ok, it looks better now, but the LegendBox has got only 1 entry... is it possible to enter entry by hand? and how to do to set manually the colors of series inside it and the bars of the first serie?

Thanks 

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I'd like to get a such graph using 1or 3 series

http://picasaweb.google.com/delfwaren/Temp/photo#5154964020828409858http://picasaweb.google.com/delfwaren/Temp/photo#5154964755267817490''>http://picasaweb.google.com/delfwaren/Temp/photo#5154964755267817490' mce_href="http://picasaweb.google.com/delfwaren/Temp/photo#5154964755267817490">

If 3 series are used, I have data like that:

S1: 10, 7, 8 hidden, hidden

S2: hidden, hidden, hidden, 10

S3: hidden, hidden, hidden, 3

 

Note: the image uploader popup sucks with Firefox...

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When I try to access to chart.Points, I get:

chart.Points = Count = The name 'm_hashtable' does not exist in the current context ("ChartFX.WinForms.PointAttributesCollection") 

chart.DataSource = dtData;  // Sets the datatable containing 1 column.chart.Points[chart.Data.Points - 2].Color = Color.Red;chart.Points[chart.Data.Points - 1].Color = Color.Green;

chart.Data.Points == 4 and chart.Data.Series == 1 

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