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How I set the YScale.Offset?

Some time I set the YScale to Autoscale,but when my data overflow,it didn't Autoscale to a suitable scale,so I dicide to used the Offset to set set it .But I got something I don't know how to do.As I draw this code.I got confused. sometime I did't work as I imagine to set the offset to close the data .but sometime the datas show on the graph are lager than the data.if the data is 15,the offset is 10,why sometime I got 25 on the graph as the picture below?How can I got 15 on the graph and the offset is 10?

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I change to set set the YScale.RngStart but the result is the same .anyone know about this ?

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or have I  minus the offset than get the result to the graph?

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it turn out to be a bad idea.A last i fix it .I set the offset and give data to the graph a the same time.than it do not show the wrong data on the graph.is this a bug?

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I just want to know about how to set yscale to start from a data i want...

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Re: How I set the YScale.Offset?

Hi,

The NI Community Hub is actually a location for questions/support on using the NI Community.

I think you will have a lot more luck if you post this question to the NI Discussion Forums:http://forums.ni.com/ - there is a very active community on the forums that may be able to provide some help.

I hope that helps! Good luck getting things working!

Alberto

NI Community Team

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