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We have a user story that requires multiple trend lines (around 16) each having different Y axes on a single chart (the data from each set is significantly different in magnitude but the X’s are common)
The multiple Y-axis capability of SciChart would be perfect but 16 axes just takes up too much space from the chart.
Unfortunately Log Y is not acceptable either.
We had one idea – see sketch attached where just the axis min and max for each trend are shown at the bottom/top of a single Y axis – but I would greatly appreciate any comments, thoughts or ideas about how this might be displayed as our one is less than optimal (i.e. it sucks)
Thanks and Kind Regards
Hmmm of course SciChart doesn’t support this out of the box, but there may be a workaround. This is an idea off the top of my head and requires investigation on your side (I haven’t tested it):
Try it – I’m interested to see how you get on, and feel free to post code if you get stuck!
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