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```Hi,

Is there a way to plot two series of different magnitude in the same chart?

For example, how can I add a series of oil production, which is in millions, and a series of reserves/production - this is normally number between 0-200.

Regards,
Vlasios
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> I've added those methods to the MASON distro.
>
> Sean
>
> On Jun 28, 2010, at 7:51 PM, Paul Smaldino wrote:
>
>> public void setRangeAxisRange(double lower, double upper)
>>        {
>>        XYPlot xyplot = (XYPlot)(chart.getPlot());
>>        xyplot.getRangeAxis().setRange(lower, upper);
>>        }
>>
>> public void setDomainAxisRange(double lower, double upper)
>>        {
>>        XYPlot xyplot = (XYPlot)(chart.getPlot());
>>        xyplot.getDomainAxis().setRange(lower, upper);
>>        }
>
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