The Appearance settings control the look and feel of your Vizlib Combo Chart.
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In the General section (Figure 1), you can display a Title, Subtitle and Footnote. You can also choose to Toggle off Hover Menu, and Show Details.
Figure 1: General
In the Presentation settings (Figure 2) you can select the Orientation and Direction, set the Groupbar Width and Radius in Bars Formatting, and also choose to Show Null Values.
Figure 2: Presentation
Colors and Legend
With the Colors and Legend settings, the default color setting is Auto, which inherits colors from master items (master measures and master dimensions), with plans to implement support for master item colors for dimension values. When you enable the Custom setting (Figure 3), you'll see the option to Use Custom Colors, where you can enter you own color palette. If you select Use Color Scheme, you can choose from Single Color (all chart items are the same color), Multicolored (the chart is colored to a defined color scheme), or color By measure (colors are set by the measures selected).
Figure 3: Colors
You can also choose to reverse the order of the colors in your palette by choosing Reverse Colors, and have a value keep its color after it's selected by enabling Persistent Colors. There is also a customization option for Null Value Colors.
If you switch Show Legend to On, the Legend settings (Figure 4) allow you to set the Legend Position, Align the legend, choose a Legend Font Color, and Font Size. You can manage sorting settings with Sort Legend By, choose the sort order (Asc. or Desc.), customize a Char limit, and choose to Show Legend Title, setting the Legend Title Color, Legend Title Font Size and Legend Title Font Style.
Figure 4: Legend
The Grid Format settings (Figure 5) allow you to display a Grid, select the Grid for Y-Axis, set a Grid Style, Grid Color, Grid Opacity and Grid Thickness.
Figure 5: Grid Format
X-axis settings (Figure 6) allow you to make changes to the way the x-axis in the combo chart is displayed. In the X-axis settings you enable the axis display with Show/Hide, set the Axis Position, show a Dimension Title, change axis Label, set the Color, choose the Label Font Size and Font Style, set a Character Limit, and select options to Show alternative count and Show drilldown breadcrumbs.
Figure 6: X-Axis
You can also set the Dimension Labels Position (Figure 7), customize a Char Limit for the label, and use Axis Styling to set the Font Color, Font Size, and the Axis Line Color and Axis Thickness.
Figure 7: Axis Styling
Y-axis settings (Figure 8) allow you to make changes to the way the y-axis in the combo chart is displayed. You can enable the axis display with Show/Hide, set the Axis Position, show a Dimension Title, change axis Label, set the Font Color, choose the Label Font Size and Label Font Style, set a Character Limit, and select options to Show alternative count and Show drilldown breadcrumbs.
Figure 8: Y-Axis
You can use Axis Styling (Figure 9) to set the Font Color, Font Size, and the Axis Line Color and Line Thickness. You can also choose to customize a Ticks Count, choose an Axis Tick Format, control the display for a Negative Format, and enable a Currency Format. You can select an Axis Range, and enable min/max smoothing to ensure the axis begins and ends with an appropriate rounded integer value, and choose Display zero reference line to show a zero value. Y-Axis Margin controls the scatter chart margin, increasing or decreasing the amount of empty space around the edges of the chart (margins are not available for a Min/Max Y-axis range).
Figure 9: Axis Styling