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Secondary Axis

Secondary Axes are useful when it is necessary to visually combine several charts into one - for demonstration purposes, or to show similarities in data sets with clarity. Secondary axes provide the ability to plot series with different ranges and types of scale on the same chart.

The number of secondary X and Y axes is unlimited. Each series can have only one X-axis and one Y-axis assigned - either primary or secondary. Secondary axes allow you to access and customize the same set of chart elements that primary axes have. These elements are listed below.

The table below lists the main properties which affect the element's appearance and functionality:

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