Re: Setting logarithmic scale type?
It looks like you may have found a bug in the rendering of a
logarithmic column chart with values less than one. I will need to
investigate this further.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mdpatter9" <mdpatter9@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the help Tripp. Have you seen this issue before? When I
> change the column chart axis to logarithmic, the bars are drawn from
> the max y value downward to the correct value. So if the value was
> 0.2, yAxis.minimum = .00001, and yAxis.maximum = 1, the bar is drawn
> from 1 downward to 0.2. When I change ScaleType back to linear, the
> bar is drawn properly from yAxis.minimum up to 0.2. Also, if I don't
> specify the yAxis minimum and maximum while using LOGARITHMIC, the
> chart is blank.
> --- In email@example.com, "tripp.bridges" <trippb@> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > You can set the ScaleType through the scale property of the
> > NumericAxis. Something like:
> > var myAxis:NumericAxis = new NumericAxis();
> > myAxis.scale = ScaleType.LOGARITHMIC;
> > Thanks,
> > Tripp
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mdpatter9" <mdpatter9@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Sorry for the stupid question, but how do I change an axis to log
> > > scale? I've figured out I need to set ScaleType = LOGARITHMIC, but I
> > > have no idea how to actually do this. Thanks for the help.
> > >