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Hi,
I wanted to generate a graph such that the x axis is common and we have y-axis(on left) and z-axis (on right).
So that two graph with same horizontal point and different vertical point is generated.
Is this possible in vewolf
 
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I don't follow. Can you post a screenshot/mockup of what you intend to do?

Why would having two charts with different parameters not be able to address this issue?
 
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Here is the attachment.
Dual axis.
There is a jfreechart code here http://www.java2s.com/Code/Java/Chart/JFreeChartDualAxisDemo2.htm
JFreeChartDualAxisDemo2.PNG
[Thumbnail for JFreeChartDualAxisDemo2.PNG]
 
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I forgot to say thanks.

Thanks for the reply...

I have posted one more thread regarding zooming
Can you help ?
https://coderanch.com/t/536439/open-source/cewolf-mouse-zooming#2433316
 
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cewolf doesn't support dual axes out of the box; you'll need to use a chart postprocessor. This isn't a good use case for cewolf, though. Unless you're already using it for other purposes, using JFreeChart directly might be a better approach.
 
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Thanks Ulf Dittmer.
As you said i have used ChartPostProcessor.And got the output Thanks a Lot
 
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Ulf Can you help me with zoom in zoom out using mouse.
https://coderanch.com/t/536439/open-source/cewolf-mouse-zooming#2433316
 
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