Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||chart possibility is very poor about multi axis!!|
|Component:||chart||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|Version:||3.3.0 or older (OOo)|
|Issue Type:||FEATURE||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description remisoft 2002-09-10 13:53:41 UTC
I think the chart module is very bad about integration with the word&spredsheet and the multi axis possibility. It's impossible to make a chart with more than one data peer axis! A proffesionnel tool as Applixware or Office can do that(Chart with 3 x axis and 3 y axis or more ).
Comment 1 kla 2002-09-11 08:23:33 UTC
Hi Falko, one for you. tk
Comment 2 remisoft 2002-09-13 11:05:25 UTC
Sorry for my poor engish... Do you understand what i mean when i speak about a true multi axis system? I think that interesting to create a multi axis chart system: -to link one type of data(from a row) to one x or y axis with his own title,range,... -it' permit to compare different data during one period,for example: A graph with the cost of the oil and the gas during one year: It need one x axis with the month and two different y axis because the range and the title are very different. My example is easy but there are many case like that.
Comment 3 eric.savary 2003-04-16 15:45:24 UTC
Set to "NEW"
Comment 4 eric.savary 2003-04-16 15:45:59 UTC
Set to "NEW"
Comment 5 falko.tesch 2003-10-08 09:29:00 UTC
Re-assigned to Matthias MÃ¼ller-Prove for further evaluation.
Comment 6 utomo99 2003-10-08 09:40:31 UTC
utomo >remisoft: maybe you can add/attach other office file to explain it. but I think they already understand it.
Comment 7 matthias.mueller-prove 2003-10-08 17:36:39 UTC
to Bettina, our central dispatcher for RFEs
Comment 8 bettina.haberer 2004-11-29 18:01:21 UTC
Reassigned to BjÃ¶rn.
Comment 9 bjoern.milcke 2005-01-28 17:09:42 UTC
->IHA: Sending you these issues so that all unconfirmed enhancements and features are at one place.
Comment 10 IngridvdM 2005-04-14 14:14:23 UTC
It is already possible to have two different y axis. Just attach a series to the 2nd axis. Thus your example with oil and gas could be realized already.
Comment 11 IngridvdM 2005-05-12 16:44:39 UTC