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How to draw a curve like graph

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129124 Feb 28,2017 03:08 PM UTC Mar 3,2017 03:31 AM UTC WPF 3
Tags: SfChart
Asked On February 28, 2017 03:08 PM UTC

I wan't to draw a graph with, for example,  an abscisse which increase from 0 to 5 then decrease from 5 to 0. My curve is always drawn from left to right whitout going from right to left when the abscisse decrease.

I can find in the forum, knowwledge base or documentation how to do that.

Thank you for your answer.


Devi Aruna Maharasi Murugan [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 1, 2017 11:53 AM UTC

Hi Demolliens, 
Thanks for contacting Syncfusion Support. 
We have prepared a sample based on your requirement by using NumericalAxis as PrimaryAxis with Line series and it can be downloaded from below link, 
Sample: Absicisse 
Please refer our UG documentation link to know about chart axis 
If this does not meet requirement, please provide more information with sample regarding your requirement. It would be helpful for us to serve you better. 

Preethi Nesakkan Gnanadurai [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 2, 2017 04:07 AM UTC

From: Alain Demolliens [mailto:ademolliens2@free.fr]
Sent: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 7:46 AM
To: Syncfusion Support <support@syncfusion.com>
Subject: Re: Syncfusion support community forum 129124, How to draw a curve like graph, has been updated.

Yes !!! 

NumericalAxis is the solution… thank you very much for your dynamic support ! 

A. Demolliens 

Devi Aruna Maharasi Murugan [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 3, 2017 03:31 AM UTC

Hi Demolliens, 
Thanks for your update. 
Please let us know, if you need any further assistance on this. 


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