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Peter Posted - 23 Jun 2010 : 13:52:26
I've got a SimpleBarPlot whose dataset range on the X-Axis goes from 2010 to 2041.

With little configuration, the plot area defaulted to an x scale from 2010 to 2050. I'd like to force it to 2010 to 2042.

I was able to set the (LinearAxis) xAxis limits and that worked but the plot area itself is still sized for 2010 to 2050 so I have empty space on the right end of the plot.

I'm not seeing a method I can call to configure the plot area to the 2010 to 2042 range. I'm sure I'm missing something...
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Peter Posted - 23 Jun 2010 : 15:48:14

Thanks, you guys are great!
quinncurtis Posted - 23 Jun 2010 : 15:45:28
I think you are refering to the plot area scale, not its size. There are CartesianCoordinate method calls to set the start and ending values for the x- and y- scales.


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