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xy scatter graph in vb 6.0

Posted on 2009-04-01
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I want to use whatever capability vb 6.0 has to make graph in it using data from an array.
in short:
Data type : xyscatter
X data : xVAlues(20)
Y data: yValues(20)
Min of x axis: -20
MaximumMin of x axis: -20
min of y axis : 20
 max of x axis : 20
Can I use the mschart1 capability to do this task.
Thank you for the anticipated help of all the experts.
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Check this:

Creating 2D XY scatter charts on an unbound MSChart Control
http://vbcity.com/pubs/article.asp?alias=scatter_charts
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by:Aiysha
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My code is based on the link you have send, I have adapted it according to my needs, all is need to be able to put text in the label for the points.
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Like this?

    With .Plot.SeriesCollection(CurSeries * 2 - 1).DataPoints(-1).DataPointLabel
        .LocationType = VtChLabelLocationTypeAbovePoint
        .VtFont.Size = 8
    End With

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by:Aiysha
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I am trying to put a text label on the data points in the mschart1 ..so far I have the following code which does not work

For lRow = 1 To UBound(ChartPoints, 1)
 .plot.SeriesCollection(1).DataPoints(-1).DataPointLabel.LocationType = VtChLabelLocationTypeLeft
 .plot.SeriesCollection(1).DataPoints(-1).DataPointLabel.Custom = True
 .plot.SeriesCollection(1).DataPoints(-1).DataPointLabel.Component = VtChLabelComponentSeriesName
 .plot.SeriesCollection(1).DataPoints(-1).DataPointLabel.Text = T(lRow)
   
Next lRow
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Sorry, not sure how to do it...
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by:Aiysha
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None of the above solution worked for me. I ended up opening an excel workbook in vb 6.0 and looking at my graph as if working directly in Excel.

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