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Name of the chart to be used. This name corresponds to:the chart name defined by programming with grCreate.the name of Chart control (found in the window editor or in the report editor). Only the Chart controls are available. Only the interactive Chart controls are available.
Number of the series for which the type of chart will be modified.
Type of chart that will be used to represent the data found in the series:grAreaArea chart.grBarChartsStock chart. grCandlestickCandlestick stock chart. grLineLine chart. grLineQuadraticRegressionLine chart in the following format: "ax2 + bx + c". The line is defined by performing a quadratic regression on the series specified in <Parameter>grLineConstantDisplays a horizontal line at the position specified in <Parameter>.grLineMeanValueDisplays a horizontal line at the mean of series specified in <Parameter>.grLineLinearRegressionDisplays a line whose inclination is calculated by performing a linear regression on the series specified in <Parameter>.grBubbleChartBubble chart.grColumnColumn chart.grColumnStackedStacked Column chart.grMinMaxStock chart displaying the difference between the minimum and maximum values. grScatterScatter chart. grWaterfallWaterfall chart.Versions 26 and latergrRangeAreaNew in version 26grRangeAreagrRangeAreaRange Area chart.
Parameter required for some types of charts. If <Type> corresponds to: grLineQuadraticRegression: <Parameter> corresponds to the number of the series used to perform the quadratic regression. grLineConstant: <Parameter> corresponds to the display position of horizontal line. grLineMeanValue: <Parameter> corresponds to the number of the series used to calculate the mean. grLineLinearRegression: <Parameter> corresponds to the number of the series used to perform the linear regression. Caution: The linear regression operates with a single series.
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