Analysis Chart - Attributes
The Analysis Chart element can be quickly configured and has the following attributes:
(Required) Specifies a unique identifier for this element.
Allow Control Hiding
Specifies whether a "gear" icon will be visible that allows the user to hide the control panel.
|Allow Zoom Control
|Specifies whether chart zoom is enabled/disabled for Bar Charts, Line Charts, Curve Lines, and Scatter Plots. Default: False.
Analysis Chart Types
Specifies a comma-delimited list of the chart types that will be available in the Analysis Chart. Possible values are Pie, Bar, Line, Spline, Scatter, Heatmap and Gauge. "Spline" is the Curved Line chart. The first type in the list will be the initial/starting chart type.
The Pie chart option only appears when there is at least one Analysis Chart Column with Data Type=Text. Bar charts require a column with a Text or Date type.
Specifies whether the chart will be updated immediately as each control panel item is changed (False) or only when a now-visible OK button is clicked (True). Setting this to True can speed up the user experience by reducing the number of updates requested from the server.
Specifies a user-defined style sheet class to be used with the Analysis Chart. We recommend the use of a Theme for the best appearance.
Specifies the chart colors. Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233. Each bar in a Bar Chart can be made a different color by entering multiple colors, in a comma-separated list.
Control Panel Location
Specifies whether the Control Panel appears above (Top) or beside (Left) the Chart Area. Default value: Top
Specifies the height, in pixels, of the chart image. Does not include the Control Panel. Leave blank for a default size, which can vary by chart type and data.
Specifies the fully-qualified file path and name of the file to which runtime user configuration changes will be saved. Must include the .xml file extension and can use an @Function token.
Save files can also be stored in a database, see Bookmarks.
Template Modifier File
Identifies a custom XML file developers can create containing elements that will override the same elements in the template file, for language- and culture-customization of captions.
Specifies the width, in pixels, of the chart image. Does not include the Control Panel. Leave blank for a default size, which can vary by chart type and data.