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Vizlib Bar Chart Properties - Reference Lines

Vizlib Bar Chart supports Reference Lines for both the y-Axis and for the x-Axis.


Value, Label, Font

Measure/Dimension Value defines the Measure or Dimension against which the reference line will be plotted in the chart (Figure 1). You can use the Label settings to edit your label. Position defines the position of the label, either above (left) or below (right) the reference line. The Font settings control your label font, allowing you to choose the Font Color, Font Size, Font Style and Text Opacity


Figure 1: Value, Line, Font

Align defines the position of the label at the start, middle or end of the reference line.


Figure 2: Align

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You can choose to enable an Outline, and define the Outline Background, Outline Border, Outline Stroke Width, and the Outline Border Radius.



Figure 2: Outline

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If you show a reference line, you can use the Line settings to define the Line Color, Line Width, Line Opacity, and the Line Style (Figure 3). 


Figure 3: Line 

You can also set the Line Position and Show or Hide the reference line depending on a calculation condition (Figure 4). 


Figure 4: Position and Display

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