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Having the yaxisScaleMin property set to 1 throws off the Y-axis scaling
Posted by larrybud at 15:38 on Tuesday 13th September 2022[link]
I have a series of data all with integer values. I have the Y Axis inverted, and the yaxisScaleMin set to 1, and the max value set to automatic.
Note the scaling of the Y axis. The values are "off", 1,3,5,6,8,10....
Posted by Richard at 16:09 on Tuesday 13th September 2022[link]
This is because you now have a range of 9 (1 -> 10) instead of 10 (0 -> 10) and it's showing 5 labels. And 9 / 5 equals 1.8 - ie not a whole number - so the scale will be 1, 2.8, 4.6, 6.4, 8.2 and 10. But... the default is not to show decimals so those numbers get rounded to the numbers that you're seeing - 1,3,5,6,8,10.
So the solution here is to allow the use of decimals which you can do with: