Axis Labels

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View model

using CommunityToolkit.Mvvm.ComponentModel;
using LiveChartsCore;
using LiveChartsCore.SkiaSharpView;
using LiveChartsCore.SkiaSharpView.Painting;
using SkiaSharp;

namespace ViewModelsSamples.Axes.LabelsFormat;

[ObservableObject]
public partial class ViewModel
{
    public ISeries[] Series { get; set; } =
    {
        new ColumnSeries<double> { Values = new double[] { 426, 583, 104 } },
        new LineSeries<double>   { Values = new double[] { 200, 558, 458 }, Fill = null },
    };

    public Axis[] XAxes { get; set; } =
    {
        new Axis
        {
            Name = "Salesman/woman",
            NamePaint = new SolidColorPaint { Color = SKColors.Red },
            // Use the labels property for named or static labels // mark
            Labels = new string[] { "Sergio", "Lando", "Lewis" }, // mark
            LabelsRotation = 15
        }
    };

    public Axis[] YAxes { get; set; } =
    {
        new Axis
        {
            Name = "Sales amount",
            NamePadding = new LiveChartsCore.Drawing.Padding(0, 15),

            // Use the Labeler property to give format to the axis values // mark
            // Now the Y axis we will display it as currency
            // LiveCharts provides some common formatters
            // in this case we are using the currency formatter.
            Labeler = Labelers.Currency // mark

            // you could also build your own currency formatter
            // for example:
            // Labeler = (value) => value.ToString("C")

            // But the one that LiveCharts provides creates shorter labels when
            // the amount is in millions or trillions
        }
    };
}

using Eto.Forms;
using LiveChartsCore.SkiaSharpView.Eto;
using ViewModelsSamples.Axes.LabelsFormat;

namespace EtoFormsSample.Axes.LabelsFormat;

public class View : Panel
{
    private readonly CartesianChart cartesianChart;

    public View()
    {
        var viewModel = new ViewModel();

        cartesianChart = new CartesianChart
        {
            Series = viewModel.Series,
            XAxes = viewModel.XAxes,
            YAxes = viewModel.YAxes,
        };

        Content = cartesianChart;
    }
}

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