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yAxis (valueAxis) scales in vizframe dual stacked column

Hi everyone,

is there any way to force vizframe to use the same autoscale for both yaxis (valueAxis)?

I know how to do that manually, but as data comes from odata I don't know a propper maxValue in advance.

Setting the scale to "auto" the axis have in my case different scale and so I can't compare the columns visually.

Thanks

Sven

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 03:03 PM
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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 06:20 AM

    Hello Sven,

    Do you mean you wish both axes be in the same scaling distribution even though difference measure values are rendered? if yes, I am afraid vizFrame doesn't comes with any property could approach the same.

    Such scaling calcuation was done on the fly according to the dataset, measure values to be exact, rendered. apart from the minValue, maxValue, fixedRange property under plotArea.primaryScale and plotArea.secondaryScale which could be used to customize the scale initially, the only way I could think of is to first read the max/min value of one axis by calling oVizFrame.getVizProperties().plotArea.primaryScale.autoMaxValue and oVizFrame.getVizProperties().plotArea.primaryScale.autoMinValue first. Then you apply them back to secondaryAxis.primaryScale.maxValue and minValue.

    Hope this helps.

    BR,

    Chapman

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