Siniz wrote:1. Is it possible to format the x-axis in the following way:
17:04:45 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 17:04:46 .1 .2 .3 etc, like show in the figure above.
Basically I want to show the time in seconds, then inbetween two consecutive seconds I want it to split it up in deci-seconds like shown above. The actual x-axis data will however be in milliseconds. If so, what classes do I need to look at in the API? Any hints on how I could go about getting it to show the x-axis like explained above? I just need some quick hints!
Siniz wrote:2. Is it possible to move the chart with the mouse, for example along the x-axis. Is the chart also zoomable? (edit: I found the zoomable interface, so I assume it is zoomable, is it movable with the mouse though?)
Siniz wrote:3. As I am beginner when it comes to JFreeChart, is there anything else I have to think about when creating a graph like this? I need about 6 different y-axises, all plotted versus the same time x-axis. Can that be done?
Siniz wrote:A followup question:
I was browsing the API and found CombinedDomainXYPlot. Isn't that what's supposed to be used instead of an XYPlot that you suggested?
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