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Why does the chart make .5 intervals on the grid

Why does the chart make .5 intervals on the grid

Why does the chart make .5 intervals on the grid

IN this C# WPF app I am displaying a small chart that has a count of number of patients per day. here you can see the last 2 have this issue, the code is for the one on the left
<Button x:Class="OPDashboard.Common.Modules.CNAPoorEating.Views.CnaPoorEatingTileView"
      d:DesignHeight="300" d:DesignWidth="300"
       MinHeight="{StaticResource TileMinHeight}"
       MinWidth="{StaticResource TileMinWidth}"
       MaxHeight="{StaticResource TileMaxHeight}"
       MaxWidth="{StaticResource TileMaxWidth}"
       Command="{Binding Command}"
       Template="{StaticResource TileControlTemplate}"  >
    <StackPanel Orientation="Vertical"
         <vc:Chart x:Name="CNA_PoorEating"
                   MinWidth="{StaticResource ChartMinWidth}"
                 <vc:PlotArea Background="#00000000" />
                 <vc:Title Text="How many patients did not eat 50% in the past week" />
                 <vc:Axis IntervalType="Days"
                         <vc:AxisLabels Angle="0" />
                 <vc:DataSeries RenderAs="Column"
                                DataSource="{Binding CnaPoorEatingSource}"
                         <vc:DataMapping MemberName="XValue"
                                         Path="Day" />
                         <vc:DataMapping MemberName="YValue"
                                         Path="Count" />

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