Each graph and chart has a variety of choices for customizing the look, conveying additional information, or emphasizing facts. Although graphs and charts depict data differently, they share some menu choices. Through this blog, you can learn about graphs.
Each graph includes options that you can use to customize the graph to match your data display requirements. For example, you can modify the behavior and appearance of graph cursors or configure graph scales. The below Figure shows the elements of a graph.
You add most of the items listed in the legend above by right-clicking the graph, selecting Visible Items from the shortcut menu, and selecting the appropriate element. Right-click the graph and select the option from the shortcut menu to set the graph option.
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Use a cursor on a GRAPH to read the exact value of a point on a PLOT or a point in the plot area. The cursor value displays in the cursor legend. The below Figure shows an example of a graph using multiple cursors. Right-click the graph and select Visible Items» Cursor Legend from the shortcut menu to view the cursor legend. Add a cursor to the graph by right-clicking anywhere in the cursor legend, selecting Create Cursor, and selecting a cursor mode from the shortcut menu.
The cursor position is defined by the cursor mode. The cursor includes the following modes:
You can customize the appearance of the cursor in several ways. You can label the cursor on the plot, specify the color of the cursor, and specify a line, point, and cursor style. Right-click the cursor legend row and select items from the shortcut menu to customize the cursor.
Use annotations on a graph to highlight data points in the plot area. The annotation includes a label and an arrow that identifies the annotation and data point. A graph can have any number of annotations. Right-click the graph and select Data Operations»Create Annotation from the shortcut menu to display the Create Annotation dialog box. Use the Create Annotation dialog box to specify the annotation name and how the annotation snaps to plots in the plot area. Use the Lock Style pull-down menu in the Create Annotation dialog box to specify how the annotation snaps to plots in the plot area. The Lock Style component includes the following options:
The below Figure shows an example of a graph using annotations. You can customize the behavior and appearance of the annotation in several ways. You can hide or show the annotation name or arrow in the plot area, specify the color of the annotation, and specify a line, point, and annotation style. Right-click the annotation and select options from the shortcut menu to customize the annotation. To delete the annotation, right-click the annotation and select Delete Annotation from the shortcut menu. Right-click the graph and select Data Operations» Delete All Annotations from the shortcut menu to delete all annotations in the plot area.
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