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I saw above but am not sure if what I want to do is possible. I would like to create an effect when mouse is over a colomn in a column chart it stays the same color it was but all others dim slightly with a semitransparent brush. Is it possible to do that?
I want to build a column chart with 2 series. I don’t want columns to be stacked, but rather to show side by side.
The 2 series have the same XVariable (Days of the month). Because of that, whatever I do, I end up with stacked columns. I tried:
But it did not work.
I also went into the example “Stacked Columns (Side by Side)”, and tried to change the StackedGroupId of the last serie to “C”, which had no effect. Also, when I made the data have the same X variable, all the columns became stacked (regardless of the StackedGroupId – Does StackedGroupId do anything?)
Any help is appreciated.
I have a simple columns chart. The user can use a button that will basically change the data entirely.
The chartsurface has SeriesSource binded. Reassigning the series is changing the data on the chart, but the X-Axis is not being refreshed, so the data is showing up on the wrong part of the chart.
I uploaded 2 images to show the problem. In the “after” image, the long column should actually be at the “10+” label. If I open the same data in a new chart it shows correctly.
What’s the best method to entirely refresh a chart’s data?
Thanks in advance