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Initializes the color of a series in a "Scatter" chart.
Reminder: By default, the colors of series (or the colors of sections) are selected according to a preset order among a set of 13 colors.
Linux Caution: A specific configuration is required to use this function in Linux. For more details, see The charts.
Example
// Adds a data into the CHART_MyChart control ("Scatter" chart).
// This value (20, 20) is added at the end of the first series.
CHART_MyChart.ScatterAddDataXY(1, 20, 20)
// The series 1 of CHART_MyChart is colored in green
CHART_MyChart.ScatterSeriesColor(1, LightGreen)
Syntax
<Chart control>.ScatterSeriesColor(<Series number> , <Color>)
<Chart control>: Control name
Name of the Chart control to use (in the window, page or report editor).
PHP Only the interactive Chart controls are available.
<Series number>: Integer
Number of the series to use.
<Color>: Integer or constant
Color of specified series. This color can correspond to:
Remarks
  • The data defined by <Chart>.ScatterSeriesColor will be taken into account during the next call to <Chart>.Draw.
  • To display the color gradients, use <Chart>.Gradient.
  • <Chart>.ScatterSeriesColor and <Chart>.SeriesColor are equivalent.
    The syntax of <Chart>.SeriesColor used with "Scatter" charts is:
    <Chart control>.SeriesColor(2*<Index>-1, <Color>)
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
Component: wd280grf.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 23
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