> I've looked at the docs and I don't see how exactly it handles "x,y"
> plotting.  I need the ability to plot multiple lines (which it obviously
> does) with wildly varying "x,y" values.   It seems that all of these
> libraries "cheat" and force common "x" values via the labels.  I need
> something like the following (all in the same chart):
> $line_one_data = [x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y]
> $line_two_data = [x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y]
> $line_three_data = [x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y]
> $graph->plot($line_one_data,$line_two_data,$line_three_data)
> As I said, each "line" has its own set of "x,y", and although they're all
> obviously numbers, they don't all have "y" results at the same "x intervals"
> so I need to be able to control them independently.  Surely there's
> something that can accommodate this...?

Well the line doesn't do this, the X values are linear. However the
Scatter works like this. ie You set an maximum X value and the X
values are put in the corresponding places.

Richard Heyes
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