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Vizlib Line Chart - X- and Y- Axis settings

X-Axis settings 



  • Axis 

Show/Hide axis. 

  • Dimension Labels Position

Display the x-Axis dimension labels either horizontally (lots of space) to vertically (little space) with an angled display in between. 

  • Dimension Labels Font Color

Choose color for x-Axis dimension labels. 

  • Dimension Labels Font Size

Set the font size of the dimension labels. 

  • Show Dimension Title

Hide/Show the x-Axis dimension title. 

  • Dimension Title Color

Set the color of the x-Axis Dimension Title 

  • Dimension Title Font Size

Set the font-size for the dimension title. 

  • Dimension Titel Style

Choose between displaying the dimension title as bold, italic or underlined

  • x-Axis Line Color

Set the color of the x-Axis line 

  • x-Axis Thickness

Set the thickness of the x-Axis line. 

  • x-Axis Ticks

Set the number of ticks to be displayed for the x-Axis.




Y (left) / Y2 (right) -Axis settings


These settings apply both to the left/right axis.

  • Axis 

Show/Hide axis. 

  • Metric Labels Font Color

Choose color for y-Axis dimension labels. 

  • Metric Labels Font Size

Set the font size of the dimension labels. 

  • Show Metric Title

Hide/Show the y-Axis dimension title. 

  • Metric Title Color

Set the Color of the y-Axis Dimension Title. 

  • Metric Title Font Size

Set the font-size for the dimension title. 

  • Metric Titel Style

Choose between displaying the dimension title as bolditalic or underlined

  • y-Axis Line Color

Set the color of the y-Axis line. 

  • y-Axis thickness

Set the thickness of the y-Axis line. 

  • y-Axis ticks

Set the number of ticks to be displayed for the y-Axis. 

  • y-Axis tick format

Set the ticks format. 

  • y-Axis Format

While the numbers might also come in a specify format, this setting gives you the flexibility to format the y-Axis separately from the data points. It uses d3.format() setting options.

  • Currency position

Set the prefix or suffix position. 

  • y-Axis range

Here you can set the range of the y-Axis. You can choose between having it calculated automatically (by taking the qMIn and qMax of the available metrics values) or setting a custom min/max value. 

  • min/max smoothing

This setting ensures that the axis does not begin/ end with weird numbers. It smooths the value to ensure the min/max values are rounded to the next “nice” integer.




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