Created attachment 121321 [details]
Example .svg figure with many Y axes.
Currently, Chart is limited since it does not allow to have more than two Y axes.
In scientific publications, it is very common to use charts with many Y axes.
I attach such example chart taken from an article published in the Science journal.
Valid enhancement request. Setting as NEW.
Note: setting an enhancement as NEW does not presume that some developer will work on its implementation.
Best regards. JBF
Obviously one may want also to allow more than 1 X axis.
Changing title accordingly.
(In reply to Frederic Parrenin from comment #2)
> Obviously one may want also to allow more than 1 X axis.
> Changing title accordingly.
Please, could you attach an example of a chart with more than 1 x-axis and more than 2 y-axis.
If I look correctly your first example, it is a set of 3 charts where the 3 legends are grouped in one legend.
Best regards. JBF
Created attachment 121355 [details]
Example .svg figure with many axes
In my first example, the three charts are not independent since they share the same X axis.
As far as I know, it is not possible to do such a figure in LO Chart.
Now, I attach another figure with 5 Y axes and 2 X axes (the secondary X axis is not regular but that is another issue...).
I was wondering if anybody is willing to work on that?
This is crucially needed before I can seriously use calc in my scientific field.
This issue is still valid in LO 6.0.
It would be a strong selling argument for LO Calc with respect to MS Excel if such a feature was implemented (together with bug 96538).
I know many people which have to move their spreadsheet data to another more advanced graphing software because of this limitation.
Created attachment 148814 [details]
Another chart style with 3 Y axes
In this style the series are not stacked but share the same space (requires less height).
As of 7.0, this feature is still not yet implemented.