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Vizlib Ridgeline Plot Properties - Appearance

The Appearance tab manages settings relating to the look and feel of Vizlib Ridgeline Plot


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General


In the General tab, you can choose to show or hide a Title, Subtitle and Footnote. You can also Disable Hover Mode and Show or Hide details.



Figure 1: General


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Alternate States


Alternate States (Figure 2) permits you to assign your Vizlib Ridgeline Plot to an alternate selection state, which you can then use to perform comparative analysis between sets of multiple data items. 

If you want to add the object to master visualizations, choose <inherited state> from State. You can find more information about working with alternate states here.


Figure 2: Alternate States


Grid Format


Grid Format (Figure 3) has settings which control a grid on the chart. You can choose a Grid Style, Grid Color, Grid Opacity, Grid Thickness and select whether to Show Horizontal Lines and Show Vertical Lines.  



Figure 3: Grid Format


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Presentation


The Presentation settings (Figure 4lets you select a Line Curve Style (Basis, Linear, Natural, Step). 



Figure 4: Presentation


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X Axis


Figure 5 shows X Axis settings, which are enabled with Show. You can choose the axis Position, a Font Color, a Font Size, the Axis Line Color and select Show Axis Title.


Figure 5: X Axis


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Y Axis


Figure 6 shows Y Axis settings, which are enabled with Show.  You can choose the axis Position, a Font Color, a Font Size, the Label Font Size, the Axis Line Color and select Show Axis Title. 



Figure 6: Y Axis


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Colors


In the Colors tab you can customize your color settings, choosing color by Single Color, Dimension or Measure and selecting a color scheme (Figure 7).


Figure 7: Colors


You can also choose Reverse Colors and switch the allocated color scheme values (e.g. for coloring by measure, colors allocated to low values are re-allocated to high values). 


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