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Is there a way to rotate JpGraph information?

Posted on 2010-09-08
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The date information at the bottom of my JpGraph overlaps and is unreadable.

A solution would be to turn the dates so they appear in a vertical position instead of the horizontal position. I've seen it done, but can't figure it out and can't find the solution on the web.

Does anybody know how to remedy this situation? PictureChart.png
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Hello, to do what  you request, Jpgraph tells you how in Chapter 14 of its manual, I  attached the link where you found the solution you are looking for:  http://jpgraph.net/download/manuals/chunkhtml/ch14s10.html
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Thank you. I would not have found it without you.
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