Bar chart scaling

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Picture objectsET/MT-3x6, ET/MT-2x8Create picture objectCreate a bar chartBar chart scaling

 

The scaling of axes for diagrams and bar graphs is specified by the upper and the lower scaling value and the length of the axis. The scaling values are defined via constants or variables. With a variable scaling, the chart can be changed proportionally to the runtime.

 

Dlg_BargrafScaling

 

Settings for scaling a bar chart:

 

Axis

draw

Shows the axis with the scaling values.

 

Color

Specifies the axis colour

 

Position 1)

Specifies the axis position

top, bottom with horizontal alignment

 

left, right with vertical alignment

Number of decimal points 1)

Specifies the requested decimal points for the bar chart

 

Attributes

Horizontal

When selected, the bar graph is displayed with horizontal alignment.

 

Vertical

When selected, the bar chart is displayed with

vertical alignment.

 

Bi-directional

When selected, the bar graph is shown with the defined point of origin and enables a positive or negative amplitude.

 

Reverse

Swaps min<->max for the axis.

 

Border color

Specifies the frame colour of the bar chart.

 

Top scale

Type

Specifies whether a constant or an

analog variable is to be used for the upper scaling value (max).

 

Value

Specifies the value of the constant or the analog variable used for the scaling value.

 

Bottom scale

Type

Specifies whether a constant or an

analog variable is to be used for the lower scaling value (min).

 

Value

Specifies the value of the constant or the analog variable used for the scaling value.

 

 

1)

Is only activated if the checkbox for drawing the axis has been selected.

 

Hinweis

1.The minimum and maximum scaling values are only presented as number on the operator interface. The SPSPlusWIN page editor displays the placeholders "min." and "max." for the minimum and maximum scaling values.

 

2.The selected properties such as position, type, colour etc. are symbolically presented in the preview window.

 

 

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