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    Jamie commented  · 

    Look at the Highcharts.numberFormat() function here:
    http://www.highcharts.com/ref/#highcharts-object

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    under review  ·  11 comments  ·  Highcharts Javascript API  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jamie commented  · 

    Torstein - any chance of this being removed from declined status, given that it is a separate issue from startOnTick?

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    Jamie commented  · 

    perhaps 'startTickOnMin' would be a more apt name for such a property.

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    Jamie commented  · 

    I think the problem is explained better in that first thread than in my description here.
    Let me try to clarify

    What we're referring to is the start of the ticks and axis labels, not just the start of the data or the plot area. Using this generic example from the thread in question: http://jsfiddle.net/fbbGY/1134/

    I have set a min of -50. I have set a tickInterval of 40.

    I want the first tick and axis label to be -50. I want it to calculate the ticks and labels using the tickInterval from there... (-10, 30, 70, 110, etc)

    Using the method you suggest, I get the first tick and label at -40 (and the 0, 40, 80, 120, etc), with additional space below to reach the -50 on the plot area.

    A setting such as this will allow users to more precisely control the ticks and labeling, which can be very important in many cases.
    I have used a work around of disabling ticks, labels, and grid lines, and emulating them with plot lines, but that is, as you can imagine, very clunky and heavy.

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    Jamie commented  · 

    easy enough to emulate: http://jsfiddle.net/DUfcR/50/

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    Jamie commented  · 

    That level of statistical analysis would be great, but seems like a lot to ask of a charting library, IMO.
    There are plenty of ways to pre-process the data and output a data array that holds all of the info needed to output a good control chart (I have one example set up here: http://jsfiddle.net/DpEAA/83/ ).
    Data was processed in PHP before being sent to highcharts

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