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1:37 am, April 5, 2023

chart js line chart dont show below 0

had an issue where the chart was displaying values in the negative, and wanted to start the chart at 0 and no go below. the additional option fixed this issue. 


	options: {
		scales: {
			yAxes: [{
				ticks: {
					beginAtZero: true


<canvas id="myChart" style="width:100%;max-width:700px"></canvas>




const xValues = ["1","2","3"]; 
const yValues = ["5.51","10.21","1.23"]; 

new Chart("myChart", {  
	type: "line",  
	data: {  
	labels: xValues,  
	datasets: [{  
		label: "Share Price",
		backgroundColor:"rgba(255, 210, 0,1.0)",  
		borderColor: "rgba(0,0,255,0.1)",  
		data: yValues
	options: {
		scales: {
			yAxes: [{
				ticks: {
					beginAtZero: true

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