The XY Chart, while similar to the Timeseries Chart, uses a numerical value for the Domain Axis instead of a Datetime. The XY chart is ideal when trying to detail the relationship between two keys.
Unique identifier or placeholder to the data source that will populate the chart.
The data key that should represent the X axis on the chart. The Timeseries Chart expects a timestamp, while the XY chart can use any numeric value as the domain key.
Pens represent a series of data. There are several properties for each pen exposed on the Chart Options tab:
Range Key: The key the pen should retrieve data from.
Pen Name: The name of the pen that should appear on the chart.
Preview: Visual representation of how the pen will be rendered. The trend is simply a preview, and does not take the data from the range key into account.
Adds a pen.
Opens Pen Configuration area for editing.
Deletes a pen.
There are several properties for each axis exposed on the Chart Options tab:
Name: The name of the axis.
Label: Text next to the axis. Commonly used to describe what the values of each pen represent.
Auto?: Determines if the axis should automatically adjust the upper and lower bound of the axis to include all data from each pen. When enabled, the High and Low properties are ignored. When disabled, High and Low will be used.
Low: The low range value the axis will use when 'Auto?' is disabled.
High: The high range value the axis will use when 'Auto?' is disabled.
Add an axis.
Opens Axis Configuration area for editing.
Deletes an axis.
Allows the chart to be modified before the report is rendered via Python script.
Data key of the dataset that drives this chart.
Axis Label Font
Font to use for axis labels.
Axis Tick Font
Font to use for axis tick marks.
The width of any bar datapoints.
Key name of the column inside the dataset that contains the domain (x) value.
Multiplier for the average space between data points to be considered a data gap for the "line with gaps" render style.
No Data Msg
Message to show when no data is available.
Color to use for chart background.
If true, show a legend for the chart.
If true, automatically determine range of X-axis.
If autorange is turned off, the high value to use for the axis.
If autorange is turned off, the low value to use for the axis.
Margin for the x-axis edges.
A optional number format string to override the automatic formatting on the x-axis.
If true, show the x-axis.
Label text for the x-axis.
How opaque the fill color is, between 0 and 1.
Stroke and Fill
What style of stroke or border to use: Hidden, Shape Outline, Border, or Double. To learn more about stroke styles, refer to Stroke and Fill Properties.