Use text descriptors as Y axis units


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Tom Robinson

Hi there!

I use a set of text labels (22 of them) starting from 'A' and endin
with 'V' that are equivalent to a numerical value where A=0, B=1, C=2..
and V=21.

I really want to have these text descriptors as my Y axis values an
seeing as they are equally spaced, I would have thought there was a wa
to do it.

A typical graph I would need plotting would be a stacked graph whereb
the X axis is a series of objects (i.e. cities, people's names etc.) an
the Y axis is the series above, with the bars being comprised of a
initial Y value plus a smaller value that 'sits on top'.

Is this at all possible?

Many thanks in advance!

P.S. I have looked at PeltierTech's Arbitrary Axis webpage but
couldn't seem to get that to work.

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