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 SSRS charts: dates on x-axis not to scale
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DanielS
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Australia
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Posted - 12/11/2012 :  00:07:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi there, I'm new to SQL and SSRS and am having trouble with charting. I have a scatter chart where the x-axis is a date and the y-axis is simply numeric. Whenever I run the report my scatter points displayed on the chart are equally spaced on the x-axis, rather than to scale. I've played around the the 'scalar' axis type and ranges/intervals but nothing seems to make a difference. Any suggestions?

uapi100
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Canada
5 Posts

Posted - 02/20/2013 :  09:01:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Daniels!!You do not have much struggle on it you work on the graph is automatically shifted in the right place why you do use the scale for the shifting??I suggest to you that do not use the scale.

http://www.primescales.com/store/industrial-scales/counting-scales/?sl=EN

Edited by - uapi100 on 02/25/2013 10:44:56
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Alan Schofield
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United Kingdom
23 Posts

Posted - 02/26/2013 :  21:30:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Daniel,

When you say evenly spaced I'm not sure what you mean, do you mean they are all the same size or do you mean that you have say 10 random dates in say, a month, but want to show all 30 dates on the axis and your report just shows the 10 with data?

Let me know (although this post is old you may have fixed it!) and I'll try to help.
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