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SetExtraAxisX Method

Scope Scientific Graph Interfaces


SetExtraAxisX(fMin As Single, fMax As Single, szLabel As String, fManualLine As Single, fManualTick As Single, szFormat As String, nShowAxis As Integer, nShowTick As Integer, bInvertedAxis As Boolean, bLog As Boolean, dwColor As OLE_COLOR)





Sets minimum range of axis.


Sets maximum range of axis.


Sets axis label.


Sets optional grid line density. Set zero for automatic construction.


Sets optional grid tick density. Set zero for automatic construction.


Sets optional format string. See AxisFormatX for more info.


Sets ShowAxis state. See ShowXAxis for more info.


Sets ShowTick state. See ShowTickMarkX for more info.


Sets Inverted state. See InvertedXAxis for more info.


Sets Log state. False = Linear scaling, True = Log scaling.


Sets axis RGB color.


This method is used to create extra x axes on bottom of image. These axes are not actually associated with any data. The axes are pure visualization tools and you will need to message appropriate subset data if you need to match data to the axis.


This method is used to set the structure EXTRAAXIS for the property PEP_structEXTRAAXISX. Before calling this method, set WorkingAxis to the axis index (0 through 4) for the appropriate axis if using more than one extra x axis. Note, this is an alternate use of WorkingAxis which usually corresponds to the use of MultiAxesSubsets. In the case of extra x axes, WorkingAxis is used to designate an extra axis index. In this way, an image can be constructed with 5 extra x axes on top and/or on bottom of image.



pfMin and pfMax have meanings similar to ManualMinX and ManualMaxX.

pfManualLine and pfManualTick have meanings similar to ManualXAxisLine and ManualXAxisTick.


See Also: GetExtraAxisX, SetExtraAxisTX, OCX Methods, PEP_structEXTRAAXISX.


Visual Basic 6 Example

Pesgo1.WorkingAxis = 0 setting first extra x axis

Pesgo1.SetExtraAxisX 5, 15, "My Axis", 0, 0, "", 0, 0, False, False, 0