I need to to plot time vs component reading( which will range the value from 0.00001 to 1000 ). But i couldn''t accomodate this much range of values in Y axis. Could you please suggest a method to do the same?
Looking for your earliest response.
Thanks in advance,
When i''m trying to give the range as said, sometimes the .Net IDE got hanged/syncfusion shows overflow exception. I''m in an urgent situation to implement this stuff. Can anyone give some lights towards this?
Any points are encouraged!
>I need to to plot time vs component reading( which will range the value from 0.00001 to 1000 ). But i couldn''t accomodate this much range of values in Y axis. Could you please suggest a method to do the same?
>Looking for your earliest response.
>Thanks in advance,
DJDavis Jebaraj Syncfusion Team January 28, 2005 03:06 PM
Please try setting the RoundingPlaces property of the Y axis to be a higher number
this.chartControl1.PrimaryYAxis.RoundingPlaces = 28;
AKArun K RJanuary 30, 2005 01:45 AM
1. I''m really sorry to inform you that this property also not working in my case.
2. More over I''ve set the EnableYZooming = true for the primary Y axis. So when i trying to zoom, it throws the following exception.
"Specified argument was out of range of valid values. Parameter name: Rounding digits must be between 0 and 15"
Could you please give me some direction why this is happening. I''m urgently need a help to sort out my chart problem. Client is very much eager to get this as soon as possible.
Expecting your earliest help,
Arun K R
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team January 31, 2005 09:03 AM
If you need immediate help, I suggest you use the Direct-Trac system. There is no guarantee that anyone from Syncfusion will respond or give an answer to your question here. However, I am impressed by how much and how well they support these public forums.
DJDavis Jebaraj Syncfusion Team January 31, 2005 02:13 PM
Please look at the sample linked to below. I created the sample to be similar to the requirements you have. The X axis displays DateTime values and it is populated at the rate of 10 points every time a timer interval passes. The Y axis displays values from 0.00001 to 10000
Thank you for your patience.