Just so you don't feel alone.
I use jpgraph alot, however, I have not run into this problem.
What version of jpgraph are you suning.
"Lee P. Reilly" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Anybody out there using JpGraph? I directed the following question to
> the support web site, but as yet... there's been no reply:
> Could somebody tell me how to disable the autoscaling in JpGraph, and/or
> how to provide my own scaling? It's perfect for 99% of the graphs and
> plots I create, but when I plot some data in a linearXlogY scale it's
> surrounded by way too much white space. Particularly, I've noticed that
> the logY scale always seems to go from 10,000 to 100,000 for my data
> sets when the Y range is only from 20k to 10k.
> E.g. Say I had 2 data points : 1,5 and 5,1
> +The graph may show a grid e.g. 10 x 10
> + How can I set it so that it only pads a few pixels, or say display
> 0,0 up to 6,6?
> Does this make sense? Hope someone can help!
> While I'm on the topic, does JpGraph support Sub/SuperScript text?
> Nothing about it in the documentation, but I need to display N^2 (N
> squared) and stuff like that.
> Thanks in advance,
> PS: JpGraph is an awesome little library ;-)
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