calculate multiple points of a regression curve at once. Note
that this method may optimize the output by returning less
points, e.g. for a line you may get only two resulting points
instead of nPointCount points. This is only
allowed if the parameter
bMaySkipPointsInCalculation is set to
true.

calculates the value of the regression curve for x.

Parameter x

The abscissa value for which the value of the regression
curve should be calculated. All numbers that are part of
the domain of the regression function are valid.

Returns

If x is element of the domain of the regression
curve function, the result is its value.

Throws

com::sun::star::lang::IllegalArgumentException
If x is not part of the domain of the regression
function.

calculate multiple points of a regression curve at once. Note
that this method may optimize the output by returning less
points, e.g. for a line you may get only two resulting points
instead of nPointCount points. This is only
allowed if the parameter
bMaySkipPointsInCalculation is set to
true.

It is important that a renderer takes the scalings into
account. When one of these parameters is unknown, no
optimization must be done.

Parameter bMaySkipPointsInCalculation

determines whether it is
allowed to skip points in the calculation. When this
parameter is true it is assumed that the underlying
coordinate system is cartesian.

Parameter xScalingX

a scaling that is used for the values in
x-direction

Parameter xScalingY

a scaling that is used for the values in
y-direction