|BarBorderColor||Bars are drawn with a thin border.
Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233.|
|BarBorderColorTransparency||The related Bar Border Color attribute sets the color of bar border lines. Bar Border Color Transparency adds transparency to that color.
The lowest value of “0” specifies that the border line is opaque, with no transparency. At the other end of the scale, “15” specifies a completely transparent line. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.
|BarBorderRadius||Sets the amount of rounding for bar corners, in pixels.
The default value is 0 pixels, which produces square corners.
|BarBorderThickness||Sets the thickness of the border lines, in pixels, when the related Bar Border Color attribute has a value.
The default value is 1 pixel.
|Overlay||Sets the stacking mode for bar series. The default is "Side By Side".|
|BarThickness||Sets the thickness of the bar in pixels.
The default value is 10 for Gauge.Bar. Other elements calculate bar thickness automatically.
|ChartXDataColumn||Specifies the name of a datalayer column whose values will be plotted along the X-axis.|
|Auto||Specifies the data type of the datalayer column named in the X-axis Data Column attribute. Options include "Auto" (the default), "Text", "Number", and "DateTime".|
|ChartYDataColumn||(Required) Specifies the name of a datalayer column whose values will be plotted along the Y-axis.|
|Color||Sets the element's color. Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, like #112233.
For bar charts, each bar can be a different color by entering multiple colors, each separated by a comma.
When using a Crosstab Filter under the Chart's DataLayer, use comma-separated colors and a Legend element so each crosstab set can be identified.|
|CombineWithSeriesID||When two series are combined, by default only the first one will appear in the legend. Clicking the item in the legend toggles both series to appear and disappear.
Set this attribute to the element ID of another series to combine it with this series in the legend. Or, the value "Previous" can be entered to combine this series with the previous series.
|DisableMouseTracking||Disables mouse tracking for a specific series, when set to "True". This affects tooltips and click events on graphs and points. For large datasets, this may improve performance.
The default value is "False".
|HoverBrightness||HoverBrightness allows customization of regions' brightness when the mouse pointer hovers over charts.
Values can be between 0 (no change) and 15 (lighter).
The default is 2.
|ID||The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|LegendLabel||Indicates text that will be shown for this layer inside the chart legend.|
|LinkedToXAxisID||Specifies the ID of an X-Axis element that this series should be linked to when using multiple X-axes.|
|LinkedToYAxisID||Specifies the ID of an Y-Axis element that this series should be linked to when using multiple Y-axes.|
|NegativeColor||Sets the color for negative values.
Enter a color by name, decimal RGB value, or hex RGB value. Prefix hex values with the pound sign, e.g. #D5F484.
|NegativeColorTransparency||The related Negative Color attribute sets the color for negative values. Negative Color Transparency adds transparency to that color.
The lowest value of “0” specifies that the value color is opaque, with no transparency. At the other end of the scale, “15” specifies a completely transparent color. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.
|NegativeThreshold||Sets the positive-negative value threshold, also called the “zero level” or “base level”.
For Line charts, this is only used in conjunction with the Negative Color attribute.
The default value is 0.
|StackGroupName||Enables the grouping of multiple series in a stacked chart. Enter the same arbitrary string value in this attribute for each series to be stacked.
|Transparency||Indicates a level of transparency of the element. The lowest value of 0 indicates that the element is opaque, with no transparency. The other end of the scale, 15, indicates a completely transparent element. Use medium-level transparency to allow different chart layers to show through each other.|