|Re: Scatter Charts facilities - full freedom? [message #774356 is a reply to message #773799]
||Tue, 03 January 2012 19:01
| Jason Weathersby
Registered: July 2009
Currently BIRT charts can only be bound to one dataset. Although you
can combine many datasets into one using the joint dataset feature, I am
not sure that will help in this case. You can also use scripting to
many datasets. This approach is a bit more complicated but can be done.
The only caveat is that you have to have the same number of x and y
values. If this is something you are interested in I can help with an
On 1/2/2012 10:14 AM, Stein Erik wrote:
> I am looking at producing scatter charts where all the different x-y
> datasets have full freedom from each other. But I cannot figure it out
> for BIRT.
> I would for example like to display 5 datasets in the same scatter chart
> (sharing the same axes and units though). These 5 sets of many x-y pairs
> all have these characteristics: (i) different number of x values, (ii)
> the x-values are not identical/shared between the datasets, and (iii)
> the y-values are of course not shared between the different 5 datasets.
> This situation is common for scientific/engineering purposes. Just as
> examples; spreadsheets like Excel and OpenOffice provide such facilities
> with ease, and I have produced similar charts with some other graphical
> packages on other platforms.
> Hopefully there is a easy way to guide me through. And if such
> functionalities do not exist at the moment, please let me know that too!
> Thanks in advance!
> Stein Erik
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