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Stored procedures
Links (or not) the points found in a "Scatter" chart.
Example of a chart with linked points:
Chart with linked points
Reminder: The points found in a "Scatter" chart are linked by default.
Example
// Unlink the points found in the "Scatter" chart named "MyChart"
grScatterLinkPoint("MyChart", False)
// Unlink the points found in the "Scatter" chart named CHART_MyChart
grScatterLinkPoint(CHART_MyChart, False)
Syntax

Linking or unlinking the points found in a Scatter chart Hide the details

grScatterLinkPoint(<Chart name> , <Link>)
<Chart name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of chart to use. This name corresponds to:
  • the chart name defined by programming with grCreate.
  • the name of Chart control found in the window editor, page editor or report editor.
<Link>: Boolean
  • True if the points must be linked between themselves,
  • False otherwise.
Versions 23 and later

Linking or unlinking the points found in a series of Scatter chart Hide the details

grScatterLinkPoint(<Chart name> , <Series number> , <Link>)
<Chart name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of chart to use. This name corresponds to:
  • the chart name defined by programming with grCreate.
  • the name of Chart control found in the window editor, page editor or report editor.
<Series number>: Integer
Number of the series to use.
<Link>: Boolean
  • True if the points must be linked between themselves,
  • False otherwise.
New in version 23

Linking or unlinking the points found in a series of Scatter chart Hide the details

grScatterLinkPoint(<Chart name> , <Series number> , <Link>)
<Chart name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of chart to use. This name corresponds to:
  • the chart name defined by programming with grCreate.
  • the name of Chart control found in the window editor, page editor or report editor.
<Series number>: Integer
Number of the series to use.
<Link>: Boolean
  • True if the points must be linked between themselves,
  • False otherwise.

Linking or unlinking the points found in a series of Scatter chart Hide the details

grScatterLinkPoint(<Chart name> , <Series number> , <Link>)
<Chart name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of chart to use. This name corresponds to:
  • the chart name defined by programming with grCreate.
  • the name of Chart control found in the window editor, page editor or report editor.
<Series number>: Integer
Number of the series to use.
<Link>: Boolean
  • True if the points must be linked between themselves,
  • False otherwise.
Remarks
  • In the "Scatter" charts, a point is defined by its coordinates (X coordinate and Y coordinate).
  • The data defined by grScatterLinkPoint will be taken into account during the next call to grDraw.
  • grScatterLinkPoint can only be used for the "Scatter" charts. This function has no effect with the other types of charts.
  • The points are linked in the order in which they have been added
Related Examples:
The Chart functions Unit examples (WINDEV): The Chart functions
[ + ] Using the main chart designer features of WINDEV:
- Create a Pie, Column or Line chart
- Define the display area of a chart
- Define the chart options (legend, percentage, ...)
- Draw a line on a chart
WD Chart Training (WINDEV): WD Chart
[ + ] This educational example present different uses of the chart control.
The following charts are presented:
- Semi-circular
- Donut
- Pie
- Sunburst
- Line
- Scatter
- 3D Scatter
- Column
- Area
- Bubble
- Radar
- Funnel
- Surface
- Waterfall
- Composite

The main features presented in this example are the ability to customize the charts by programming as well as the method used to fill a chart from a HFSQL file or in the editor.
Component : wd240grf.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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