A numeric axis is used to represent numeric data in charts.
A date-time axis is used to represent dates in charts and displays dates as axis labels with different formats.
A category axis is used to represent non-numerical data in charts and displays text labels instead of numbers.
A date-time category axis is used to display date values with nonlinear intervals to display business days by skipping holidays.
A logarithmic scale is used to visualize data with both lower orders of magnitude (e.g., 10-6) and higher orders of magnitude (e.g., 106) in graphs.
Plot different types of data against different axes in the same graph with the help of the multiple axes feature.
Use axis crossing for any axis to cross with an associate axis for better visualization of data.
Reverse the axis labels and ticks. This swaps the higher and lower ranges of a chart axis.
When the chart has multiple axes, this feature arranges the axes smartly by moving them to the opposite position from their default positions.
Use multiple panes to show different types of data with multiple chart types and axis, for clear visualization.
Avoids overlapping of chart axis labels by trimming, wrapping, rotating, hiding, or placing them on multiple rows.
Organizes or groups data points in charts based on different categories.
Uses rotation to prevent chart axis labels from overlapping when the space for an axis is small.
Increase the space for rendering data points by moving the chart axis labels inside the plot area.
Adds padding to the start and end ranges of a chart axis to avoid data cropping at the edges.
Draw special attention to any region of the chart or graph with the help of strip lines.
Allows to shadow different ranges in vertical axis with different colors to improve the readability of chart.
Allows to shadow different ranges in for Horizontal axis with different colors to improve the readability of chart.
Allows to shade the range repeatedly in an equal and regular interval.
Allows to shade a region of the chart with respect to segment.