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Draw chart using Tchart and displaying the axis

Posted on 2003-11-19
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Hi all,
right now i'm doing a project that I have to display a chart. The data was taken from the database table.

1. Do you have any example how to draw that ? ( previously I was doing it using the TDBChart, but not I nedd to do that using the TChart)

2. I'm using 'date of the record' to be the x-axis, but instead of the date, I want to display the day of the week (for example 1 for monday, 2 for tuesday... and so on) any solution for that..??

ok I think that's all.... I Really... really need the help.... Thanks alottt ^^
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Hi,

1 - I usually use a TSeriesList for displaying of data, this will probably work from a database as well...
--> To fill a serieslist :
      for Index := 1 to max do
      begin
         tempY := DataY;
         tempX := DataY;
         Chart.Series[1].Add(tempY, tempX);
      end;
2 - I'm not sure about this, you might want to check the :     TChartAxis.DateTimeFormat property help text.

Robin
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