Man I'm really stuck. I've been trying to get through this for nothing less than a week.
I'm plotting a horizontal bar chart, a simple (Y) Hours vs (X) Avg. Rate. The number of hours is fixed, I must always show from 0h to 23h, in order to maintan its readability.
The bad part of this is that whenever I have a bar plotted on 0h, it gets truncated for its positioning (right aside of X axis), like the image below.
I got some suggestions already, but I couldn't get it done:
1 - Start hour from 23h of the day before. So that I could hide the first and last values, and the actual 0h (from "today") will be a little higher. But I'm having hard times with minimum and maximum properties to achieve this.
2 - Plot the 0h a little higher (wow, genius!). But how would I do this?
Any help? Thanks in advance.
Ps: Ok, SOF couldn't let upload images on my very first post, so here is the link: <a href="http://i.stack.imgur.com/A6Bh2.png" rel="nofollow">http://i.stack.imgur.com/A6Bh2.png</a>Answer1:
This is what I did when I had a similar problem
YAxis.Minimum = YourStartDate.AddSeconds(-1).ToOADate();