You will use this property to subdivide your subsets among multiple axes. When not using OverlapMultiAxes, only two y axes (one left, and one right) can share the same graph real-estate. When MultiAxesSubsets are defined, resulting axes-pairs are stacked vertically top to bottom.
CommentsPeGrid.MultiAxesSubsets members of Pego.PeGrid, Pesgo.PeGrid
This property defines the number of subsets allocated for the axis identified by this property arrays index. There is a maximum of 16 axes, numbered 0 to 15, and are located top to bottom.
Many examples within our demo use this feature, though see examples 012, 013, 103 and 104 for more info.
ScrollingSubsets is not compatible with a multiple axes implementations: and stacked bar, stacked area, are limited to one axis. Bubble, Histogram, and Horizontal bar plotting methods are also not compatible with MultiAxesSubsets..
When using MultiAxesSubsets, only one axis can have the Stacked Bar or Area plotting method.
See Chapter 7, Question 18 for more information on this property.
See OverlapMultiAxes for more example code on the use of this property.
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