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Axis Range

The axis range related settings allow you to modify the range displayed by the axis, or to adjust it in several modes. Following is a description of the axis range related settings:

Range

- Begin - allows you explicitly specify the axis begin value in numeric or date time format. If you do not provide one the control will automatically calculate the range begin value based on the range of the data displayed on the axis. This value is empty by default.

- End - allows you explicitly specify the axis end value in numeric or date time format. If you do not provide one the control will automatically calculate the range end value based on the range of the data displayed on the axis. This value is empty by default.

All numeric and date time values that you type will be parsed using the current culture settings.

Range Inflate

The range inflate mode allows you to additionally inflate the range of the axis (be it custom or automatically calculated) in order to improve the visual appearance of the chart on the screen. You can choose from the following options:

- Auto - in this mode the control will automatically select the inflate based on the axis type and content. Most charting types will round the range to the nearest major begin and end ticks. This is the default setting.

- Tick - in this mode the control will round the range to the nearest major begin and end ticks. You can also select whether only the begin or end value of the axis range should be rounded to the nearest tick by checking the "Inflate Range Begin" and "Inflate Range End" check boxes.

- Logical - in this mode you can provide a custom inflate in logical units (e.g. the units used for the series being displayed on the axis). This is done by specifying a value in the "Logical Inflate Begin" and "Logical Inflate End" settings.

- Absolute - in this mode you can provide a custom inflate in points. The axis will inflate the range so that the space between the data points and the chart edge in the axis direction is equal to the amount you specified using the "Absolute Inflate Begin" and "Absolute Inflate End" settings.

 

 

 


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