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Posted By Bob Smith 9 Years Ago
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I have a chart which uses the produce type as the category. You can see from the attached "Raw_Produce_1.gif" that if I use my produce name as the category and the date as the series I end up with the depicted chart. What settings can I change to end up with the chart that is displayed in "Raw_Produce_Desired.gif"? I'd like to have multiple "x axes" on the chart.

What I have right now:

Non-rotated chart

What I would like to have:

Rotated Chart



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Hi Bob,

You cannot achieve this directly from the designer - you'll have to write some code that stacks four charts vertically and uses left / right aligned guidelines or code that has multiple y axes attached to a single plot... For an example you can check out the following example:

http://examplesaspnetchart.nevron.com/Frames/NExampleFrame.aspx?ExampleUrl=Examples/Axes/General/NRulerSizeUC.ascx

It shows how to create multiple y axes and display different series on the same plot, but scaled on different y axes. Let us know if you have any questions or meet any problems.



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