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The Numeric Axis is used to plot numeric data types.


Plot equally spaced, nonlinear and index based chart.


Plot date and time values in the chart. DateTimeAxis is normally used in financial sectors for plotting data recorded over a time period.


Logarithmic axis is usually used to plot data with large range variations.


Plot the value ranges in hours and days.


Chart Axes can be positioned opposite to that of the default position. This is useful in creating RTL charts.

Inversed Axis

Reverse the rendering of chart by reversing the specific axis values.

Negative Scale

It is also possible to plot negative values in the chart.

Multiple Axis

Different types of data can be visualized in a single chart with the help of multiple axes. SfChart supports a combination of both stacking and side-by-side chart axes layouts when multiple axes are used. Multiple axes allow for greater control and flexibility when dealing with large amounts of data.

Flexible Axis

Flexible axes can span over multiple panes.

Smart Axis Range Calculations and Padding

The best possible axis ranges and intervals are calculated automatically based on the given values. The ranges can also be further customized using range padding.


Horizontal and vertical gridlines can be turned on in the chart area to bring better clarity to charts. Gridline appearances can also be customized.


Customize ticklines with inside and outside positioning options.

Customizable Origin

The origin of the chart can also be customized.

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