Vertical Line chart

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Posted by Robert Adams on 28th September 2012
Hi,

How can I make a horizontal line graph (aka shift my regular line graph 90 degrees).

Thanks,
Posted by on 1st October 2012
Hi,

That would be a vertical Line chart, and whilst it's not natively supported in RGraph, it can be done by using the Scatter chart and a little configuration. There's a demo of it here:

www.rgraph.net/canvas/docs/howto-draw-a-vertical-line-chart.html
Posted by Junior on 17th October 2012
Good tip, don't know why I always went the hard road and added them all then deelted the ones I didn't want. D'oh!Also handy when you want to highlight specific points in a graph, for instance if you wanted to mark Jan-11 in your example to show that the Budget was higher than Actual (different from the rest of the data points). If there are multiples, and it's hard to tell which is which, I tend to format the label font the same color as the series to make it easy to tell which label goes with which data.

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