Re: BarChart Question

• To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
• Subject: [mg24994] Re: [mg24980] BarChart Question
• From: BobHanlon at aol.com
• Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2000 01:09:28 -0400 (EDT)
• Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

```In a message dated 8/28/2000 8:38:11 AM, com3 at ix.netcom*NOSPAM*.com writes:

>I'm hoping someone can show a new/infrequent user of ver 3.0 what he's
>doing wrong and provide a simple solution to my problem.
>
>I'm trying to produce a bar chart with readable x axis tick labels. My
>code is below. Since my xvalues have a maximum value of 1.0, this
>should also be the maximum value of the x axis tick label. The y axis
>labelling seems to be working fine.
>
>If BarChart can't do this, can ListPlot or any of the other built-in
>plot types ?
>
>xvalues=Range[0,1,.01];
>yvalues=2*xvalues;
>ticklabels=Range[0,1,.1];
>plot1=BarChart[Transpose[{yvalues,xvalues}],Ticks->{ticklabels,Automatic}]
>

Needs["Graphics`Graphics`"];

xvalues = Range[0, 1, .05];

yvalues = 2*xvalues;

ticklabels = Range[0, 1, .1];

plot1 = BarChart[Transpose[{yvalues, xvalues}],
Ticks -> {Transpose[{(Length[xvalues] -
1)*(ticklabels + (xvalues[[2]] - xvalues[[1]])),
ticklabels}], Automatic}, ImageSize -> {500, 310}];

plot2 = GeneralizedBarChart[
Transpose[{xvalues, yvalues,
Table[xvalues[[2]] - xvalues[[1]], {Length[xvalues]}]}],
ImageSize -> {500, 310}];

Bob Hanlon

```

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