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Limit X-Axis points with all curve points

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I'm using MSLine.swf of Fusion Charts Evaluation Version.


With reference to the attachement:


1. I need smooth curve(I tried MSSpline.swf of powercharts but seems it doesn't support connectNullData attribute)


2. In the X-Axis i have values 0 to 100 with intervals of 5, and also i have curve points at 5,15,25,35..... I need these curve points as it is but the X-axis values should be 0 to 100 with 10 intervals (0,10,20.......100)


3.In each of the X-axis points(10,20,...100) a vertical line should be drawn.




Awaiting for your valuable suggestion


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Guest Madhumita

Hi ,


1. I'm afraid you can create a 'smooth curve' using only Spline charts.

If you use MSLine chart, the graph will not show a 'smooth curve'. But, in this case you can plot discontinuous data.

2. By default, all the labels are displayed on the chart. However, you can opt to hide every n-th label for better clarity. The labelStep attributes just lets you do so. It allows to skip every n(th) X-axis label.

 Thus, if you add labelStep='1' in your <chart> element  the X-axis value labels will be shown from 0 to 100 with 10 intervals (0,10,20.......100).

3. To get vertical lines at points (10,20,....) , add <vLine /> after each <set> element where you wish to place the vertical lines.e.g.

<set label='0' />

<set label=10' />

<vLine color='FF5904' thickness='2' />

<set label='15'>

<set label='20'>

<vLine color='FF5904' thickness='2' />............


Hope this helps.:)

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