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YStyle – Y-axis style

The chart axes can be set independently with a variety of custom effects. The options shown here apply to the vertical axes.

ch.Set 'ystyle' 'grid,atend,mintick'

forcezero:noforceAxis must include zero in range
exact:extendAxis will not be rounded up to the next whole tick mark
axis:plain:invisible:noaxisAxis style (normal, unlabelled, hidden but labelled, not drawn)
left:right:duplicateAxis placement
ntick:ptick:xtick:notickTick mark style
invert:noinvertScale increments downwards
atside:atend;centreCaption placement (vertical)
move:stayTicks and labels move with intercept axes
linear:log:latitudeData transformation and label type
date:nodateConvert the integer part of numbers to date format
time:notimeConvert the fractional part of numbers to times (HH:MM)
grid:nogridDraw grid lines at major ticks
mtick:nomtickAdd default minor tick marks
labels:nolabelsOmit labels if required
flat:noflatForce flat captions and labels on 3D charts
arrow:noarrowAdd arrowheads at axis extremities
clip:noclipClip axis and plotted data at first and last tick mark. Lines will be broken at the chart edge; markers outside the chart edge are not drawn

Options in bold are the normal defaults. See Tick Marks for examples of the various styles.

Note that you would normally use the ‘invert’ option in conjunction with xstyle 'top'.

See also ...
Using Timescale Axes
YTickmarks – Y-tick marks

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