Reverse Y Axis

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Posted 6 years ago by Chris Ray
Version: 13.1.0580
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Is it possible to reverse the axis? Say on the Y axis from 0 to 100, I want 0 to be at the top, and 100 to be at the bottom?

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Answer - Posted 6 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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Hi Chris,

We currently don't have the ability to reverse the axes like ths. Could you describe your scenario (why the axis is reversed, what kind of data you're visualizing) so we have a use case when implementing this in the future?


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Posted 6 years ago by Chris Ray
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Sure. Can I post a picture on here? Here's a link to what I'm visualizing in my public dropbox (won't be there long so if you have the ability to turn it into a picture on here, be my guest): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54168874/reverse_axis.jpg


Basically, I work in oil & gas, as everything we graph is against an ever-decending measured depth of a borehole. So imagine the top of the graph being at Zero Depth. The bottom of the Y axis is the deepest depth. The further down the Y axis you travel (following a borehole) you graph the values of some property on the X. In the pictured example, the X axis is the horizontal depth traveled by this borehole.

That graph was produced by a competitor of yours' WPF chart, I'm trying to phase them out of our software.

Here is an example of graphing a measurable property against a reversed-Y (depth descends) in excelhttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54168874/lgspercent.jpg

Answer - Posted 6 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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Hi Chris,

Thanks for the screens.  We're going to look into these things as possible enhancements for a future release.  And if you don't mind, we may contact you via email for more information.


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Posted 6 years ago by Chris Ray
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Please do. Thank you.

The latest build of this product (v2019.1 build 0682) was released 1 month ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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