Thank you.Quant wrote: *Line is converted to log curve *

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y55VmSIMBjE

for mathematical formula use below link

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semi-log_plot

Semi-log plots are perfectly feasible in TeeChart, e.g.

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```
Line series;
private void InitializeChart()
{
tChart1.Aspect.View3D = false;
series = new Line(tChart1.Chart);
series.Add(9, 25112);
series.Add(12, 12223);
series.Add(14, 9216);
series.Add(16, 7488);
series.Add(21, 4889);
tChart1.Axes.Left.Logarithmic = true;
tChart1.Axes.Left.Increment = 5000;
tChart1.Axes.Left.SetMinMax(2000, 40000);
tChart1.Axes.Bottom.SetMinMax(5, 25);
}
```

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```
Line series, func;
private void InitializeChart()
{
tChart1.Aspect.View3D = false;
series = new Line(tChart1.Chart);
series.Add(9, 25112);
series.Add(12, 12223);
series.Add(14, 9216);
series.Add(16, 7488);
series.Add(21, 4889);
tChart1.Axes.Left.Logarithmic = true;
tChart1.Axes.Left.Increment = 5000;
tChart1.Axes.Left.SetMinMax(2000, 40000);
tChart1.Axes.Bottom.SetMinMax(5, 25);
func = new Line(tChart1.Chart);
TrendFunction trend = new TrendFunction();
trend.TrendStyle = TrendStyles.Exponential;
func.Function = trend;
func.DataSource = series;
}
```