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unpublished typedef DataSequenceRole
Defining Type
string
Usage Restrictions
not published
Description
a string that states in what way a DataSequence should be used. If this property is an empty string, no proposition about usage is made.

The strings can have any value. However some values are predefined and should always be interpreted in the same way.

label
values are used as a label for a series. Usually, you will have just one cell containing a string.
values-x
values are used as x-values in an XY- or bubble diagram
values-y
values are used as y-values in an XY-Diagram or as values in a bar, line, etc. chart
values-z
values may be used as z-values in a three-dimensional XYZ-Diagram or a surface-chart
sizes
values are used as radius of the bubbles in a Bubble-Diagram
error-bars-x-positive
values are used as error-information in positive x-direction for displaying error-bars
error-bars-x-negative
values are used as error-information in negative x-direction for displaying error-bars
error-bars-y-positive
values are used as error-information in positive y-direction for displaying error-bars
error-bars-y-negative
values are used as error-information in negative y-direction for displaying error-bars
categories
values are used for categories in the diagram

In a candle-stick chart you have the following roles:

values-first
the first value of a series of values. In a stock-chart this would be the opening course.
values-last
the last value of a series of values. In a stock-chart this would be the closing course.
values-min
the minimum value of a series of values. In a stock-chart this would be the lowest course that occured during trading.
values-max
the maximum value of a series of values. In a stock-chart this would be the highest course that occured during trading.


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