Am 26.09.2012 16:12, Andreas Säger wrote:
The Y-axis is a numeric scale with start, end and some interval.
The scale can be adjusted to be logarithmic or in reverse order. Just
double-click the chart and then the y-axis.
The order of the corresponding cell vector does not matter as long as
the cell values are numeric.
Correction: In a vertical bar chart the vertical axis is the x-axis. It
can be set to either one of "Automatic" (number or text), "Date" (number
with special intervals) or "Text". Text scales are shown in the order of
appearance, numeric scales are sorted ascendingly or descendingly. If
you have text data, there is no choice other than "Text".
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