X axis center on 0 - how?

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Posted by Lee on 2nd June 2014
I have Y-axis with max = 1.00 and min= -20000.00. Both are set as in ymin and ymax.

First, the labels are weird: with top 1.00 and bottom -1.00, and center -20000.00. Below the center are numbers with double negative, such as --1999.0.

I have to set ymin and ymax so that other cases work. In my cases, all numbers are possible.

I would like to always center the chart at 0 (instead of -20000.00). How do I do that?
Posted by Richard on 3rd June 2014
You can use the ymin a ymax to get a quarter axis cxhart like this:


Otherwise the way that I've made quarter axis charts is a little more involved:


Posted by Lee on 20th June 2014
I followed your sample and it is not working. My chart is a bar chart and I still see double negative in the Y-axis. In addition, the bar is drawn from -20000.00 and below. Could you try with bar chart? Thank you very much.
Posted by Richard on 20th June 2014
Put your chart online so that I can see what you're doing.

Posted by Lee on 20th June 2014
Thsnks for quick response. Here is an example without re-drawing x-axis.


In addition to issues mentioned above with redrawing x-axis, the "text-angle" (45 degree) can't work any more.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Posted by Richard on 23rd June 2014
Scales are mirrored when the X axis is in the center - so you only need to set the ymax to 20000 (or whatever). In addition the text angle should be a number - not a string - so no quotes:

obj.set('text.angle', 45);

Posted by Lee on 23rd June 2014
Removing y-min seems to work. Thank you!

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