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positive and negative values

Thread began 11/20/2009 4:30 am by john.molitor259030 | Last modified 12/04/2009 6:27 pm by Jimmy Wu | 3347 views | 8 replies |

john.molitor259030

positive and negative values

Good afternoon

I have positive and negative values in my list of data.

I'd like the histogram bar go down when values are negative.

Can you tell me if this is possible?
If Yes, how do I go about?

Thank you
Kind regards
John

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Jimmy Wu

You can implement this by putting negative values into the data that is being displayed. The x-axis will change the display range to include negative values as well, however, the x-axis will still be displayed at the bottom of the graph instead of at the y-axis 0 position. See attached screen shot.

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john.molitor259030

displayed at the bottom of the graph

I have many positive and negative values in my list of data. I'd like the zero is the environment and my histogram represent negative values parte below of the zero. Or can I find a way forward?
I prefer negatives under of the x axis. The middle is the zero
I work with Dynamic Flash Charts 1.9.2
I'd like the data is displayed like my picture "chart_ok.jpg"
Thanks
john

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john.molitor259030

Dynamic Flash Charts // Dynamic Web Charts

Looking at the screenshot "Dynamic Web Charts" I note that the tool interface is not the same as in my work environment. I do not for example find "chart subtype" edit in XML editor....

What is the correct version for your "video Feature tour"?

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Jimmy Wu

As I stated in my previous post, you will not be able to adjust the x-axis to be at the 0 position on the y-axis.

Which tutorial are you following? Is it the Getting Started Guide or one of the Solution Recipes?

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john.molitor259030

Dynamic Web Charts

Actually, it could not work!
I worked with the Dynamic Web Charts extension.

I am now working with Dynamic Flash Charts. The display is my expectations now.

Thank you
John

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Jimmy Wu

I'm not sure we're on the same page on this. It seems to me that you are under the impression that I said its possible to adjust the location of the x-axis, however, it is not possible to move the axis to be at the 0 mark of the y-axis. If you could explain what you are looking for more clearly if that's not the case, that would be great.

Also, are you using Dynamic Web Charts or Dynamic Flash Charts?

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john.molitor259030

negative value > Dynamic Flash Charts

I am now using Dynamic Flash Charts.
This new version reacts with my data as I wanted.
View the result I expected as an attachment.
Sorry for my poor English.

Thank you
Kind regards
John

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J’utilise maintenant Dynamic Flash Charts.
Cette nouvelle version réagit avec mes données comme je le souhaitais.
Consulter le résultat que j'attendais en pièce jointe.
Désolé pour mon anglais médiocre.

Merci
Cordialement
John

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Jimmy Wu

I'm glad you were able to get the data displayed the way you wanted using Dynamic Flash Charts. If you run into any additional issues feel free to open a new thread.

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