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i'm having problems with the y-axis!
e.g.
i have a range of objects from 1 to 7.
the array i'm plotting is {2,4}
what i get on the y-axis labels is 4 as a maximum label.
now, what i want to get is 7 as a maximum label even if i have no plots on it.
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instead of autoscaling choose ur own scaling in SetScale method..


SetScale(String $axtype,int $ymin=1,int $ymax=1,int $xmin=1,int $xmax=1)

and dont forget to define the ticks..
$graph->yscale->ticks->Set(1,25);


Hope this helps..

LK

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thX alot
it worked sooooooo fine
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