Multiple X-Axis with Shared Y-Axis

Oystein Bjorke 6 years ago updated by Pavithra K.S 5 years ago 1
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maddog56 wrote at 2014-03-02 02:48:

I am trying to build a chart with this superb tool as seen in the image. Basically it is 4 line series all with the same y-axis and 4 different x-axis each with varying min/max values. How do I get all series to appear on the chart together as the image shows? I am building the chart ok but some of the series are off to one side or the other and are not visible. I can't seem to "squish" them all on to the same sheet of paper. Thanks.


muzab wrote at 2014-03-04 09:49:

You can use "Multiple Panes" example from the example browser. Even I am trying to do similar thing but mine is multiple(4) y-axis.
I can get a plot on only one x-y1 axis combination but not on the other x-y2,y3,y4.

muzab wrote at 2014-03-04 13:32:

Key (Property) solves the issue. I got it!

maddog56 wrote at 2014-03-04 18:08:

Kind muzab I crown you OxyPlot genius of the month. The Key property is the "key" (no pun intended)! I have achieved my goal finally. If OxyPlot had good documentation it might be the world's best charting software. But I cannot blame Mr. Objo for focusing on the technical enhancements/improvements. Documentation is a necessary evil.

Hi ,

I tried to add Multiple X Axis. But all the axis getting overlapped can any one Tell me how to fix Overlapping Issue.

I want this Multiple Axis should be alligned one Next Other Horizontally can any help me out with this its critical issue.