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Posted on 2008-06-25
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I am using an XML to feed data to a chart.
However, I need  a control be able to multiply the Y value of every point by a floating point value.
Is my only option to go item by item, multiply, resave it to xml and replotting?
Or is there another way you might know about?
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I would do it the hard way by going through the XML structure and manually doing the calculation. I initially thought that if the scale value was the same throughout you could play around with yScale, but then the legends and labels would be wrong.
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