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I’ve seen the Logarithmic axis type, but what if I need an axis that changes according to some other formula, such as f(x) = 2x or f(x) = 2^x?

Thanks!

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Hi Evan,

I’m afraid we don’t support this at present, Logarithmic axis is just Base-10. I’m looking at the code and wondering if its possible to easily override Axis behaviour. You could do it – but would require a source code license.

Maybe in the future we can create a tutorial for this (or, make it more easy to alter the Axis behaviour via our API). I’ll put in a feature request.

Sorry I couldn’t be more help!

Andrew

  • Tetsu Shimizu
    Hi Andrew,We have a similar requirement to scale in 1/X. The above Q/A was 5 years ago. Would I be able to inherit from NumericAxis and do the custom scaling with V5 WPF SciChart?Thanks,Tetsu Shimizu
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