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Panes Overview

This document describes the fundamental concepts of panes in the ASP.NET Chart Control, including their purpose, implementation and capabilities. It also describes how secondary axes can be distributed among multiple panes. To learn more about chart elements and their hierarchy in the WebChartControl, refer to the Chart Elements topic.

Panes are the visual areas within a chart's diagram (for the XY-Diagram chart type only). All elements belonging to the Diagram object (axes, strips, constant lines, etc.) and the chart series, are displayed within the Panes.

It is possible to create multiple panes within a single diagram, and associate each series with a separate pane. Note that series must still have compatible view types, since they are plotted onto the same diagram.

A typical scenario in which multiple panes are useful is when it is necessary to plot a chart series separately within the same chart. Often, it is also required to use secondary axis with additional panes. As with series, axes (both primary and secondary) can be plotted on separate panes, with respect to series with which they are associated. Most often, it is required to plot a primary axis through all panes, and create a secondary axis for each pane. The Axis2D.VisibilityInPanes property determines the panes in which an axis should be displayed. To learn more on this, refer to Primary and Secondary Axes.

By default, a chart's diagram includes an XYDiagramDefaultPane object, where the chart's general data is shown (with the exception of the legend and chart titles). You can access its options from the XYDiagram2D.DefaultPane property, which is shown expanded in the Properties window, in the following image.

If you want to display additional panes within a diagram, you can add them to the collection returned by the XYDiagram2D.Panes property. For more information, refer to Adding Panes.

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