Commit 7dc5d399 authored by Cory Quammen's avatar Cory Quammen

Update chart options

parent 33d469ae
......@@ -1019,9 +1019,11 @@ affect the view and those that affect each of the potential four axes.
\includegraphics[width=0.5\linewidth]{Images/LineChartViewPropertiesTitleGroup.png}
\end{center}
To set a title, use \ui{Chart Title}. To toggle the visibility of the legend,
use \ui{Show Legend}. While you cannot interactively place the legend in this
view, you can use \ui{Legend Location} to place it at one of the corners.
To set a title, use \ui{Chart Title}. Title text properties such as font, size,
style, and alignment with respect to the chart can be set under \ui{Chart Title
Properties}. To toggle the visibility of the legend, use \ui{Show Legend}. While
you cannot interactively place the legend in this view, you can use \ui{Legend
Location} to place it at one of the corners.
\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=0.5\linewidth]{Images/LineChartViewPropertiesLeftAxisGroup.png}
......@@ -1029,8 +1031,10 @@ view, you can use \ui{Legend Location} to place it at one of the corners.
There are four axes possible in this view: left, bottom, top, and right. The top
and right axes are shown only when some series is set to use those. (We will
cover this in the \emph{Display properties} subsection.) For each of the axes, you can
set a title (e.g., \ui{Left Axis Title}, \ui{Bottom Axis Title}, etc.).
cover this in the \emph{Display properties} subsection.) For each of the axes,
you can set a title (e.g., \ui{Left Axis Title}, \ui{Bottom Axis Title}, etc.)
and adjust the title font properties. You can turn on a grid with a customizable
color by checking the \ui{Show Left Axis Grid}, for example.
Next, you can customize the axes ranges. You can always simply interact with the
mouse to set the axes ranges. To precisely set the range, check the
......@@ -1039,11 +1043,13 @@ Custom Range} for fixing the bottom axis range, and then specify the data values
use for the min and the max.
The labels on the axes are, by default, automatically determined to avoid visual
clutter. You can override the default labelling strategy for any of the axes
clutter. By default, the axis labels are arranged on a linear scale, but by
enabling the \ui{Axis Log Scale} option you can use log scaling instead. In
addition, you can override the default labelling strategy for any of the axes
separately and, instead, specify the locations to label explicitly. This can be
done by checking \ui{Axis Use Custom Labels} for a particular axis, e.g., \ui{Bottom
Axis Use Custom Labels}. When checked, a list widget will be shown in which you
can manually add values at which to place labels.
done by checking \ui{Axis Use Custom Labels} for a particular axis, e.g.,
\ui{Bottom Axis Use Custom Labels}. When checked, a list widget will be shown in
which you can manually add values at which to place labels.
For generating log plots, simply check the corresponding \ui{Axis Use Log Scale},
e.g., \ui{Left Axis Use Log Scale} to use log scale for Y-axis
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