Stacked Y Axis, proportional chart area size?

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Stacked Y Axis, proportional chart area size?

Post by greggorob64 » Fri Apr 04, 2014 3:57 pm

I have 5 stacked intensitygrids on a single X axis (shown below)

The Vertical ranges are not equal, some span longer distances than others. I havent been able to find the mechanism to make some graph areas larger than others. Is is possible? My goal is to have a graph that covers twice the range to be twice as tall.

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Re: Stacked Y Axis, proportional chart area size?

Post by ArctionPasi » Fri Apr 04, 2014 4:51 pm

All the Y axes have equal height withing the same chart object. To make different height axes, you need placing two charts. Margins you can remove so they pretty much look they are one. Of course you'll need to a LineSeriesCursor for both charts, and in movement event handler of the LineSeriesCursor, move also the other chart's LineSeriesCursor X position.
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Re: Stacked Y Axis, proportional chart area size?

Post by greggorob64 » Fri Apr 04, 2014 7:30 pm

Could you think of any performance penalties for having 1 chart with 5 surfaces vs 5 charts for 5 surfaces?

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Re: Stacked Y Axis, proportional chart area size?

Post by ArctionPasi » Fri Apr 04, 2014 8:15 pm

There will be a performance hit. It's more efficient to use only one chart.
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