floatingbargraph element

Type:Graphs
Attributes: bar-depth  •  bar-width  •  display-barvalues  •  round-bars  •  axes-color  •  floor-border-color  •  min-y  •  xaxis-formatter-density  •  xaxis-formatter  •  xaxis-label  •  xaxis  •  yaxis-formatter  •  yaxis-label  •  yaxis  •  ywall-border-color  •  ywall-grid  •  zaxis  •  zwall-border-color  •  box-color  •  default-colors  •  display-key  •  key  •  keybox-border-color  •  light-level  •  light-vector  •  xrotation  •  yrotation  •  zrotation  •  align  •  alt  •  background-color  •  background-image-dpi  •  background-image-position  •  background-image  •  background-pdf  •  border-color  •  border-style  •  border-width  •  border  •  clear  •  corner-radius  •  display  •  float  •  font-size  •  height  •  href  •  left  •  line-cap  •  line-height  •  line-join  •  margin  •  onmouseover  •  overflow  •  padding  •  page-break-after  •  page-break-inside  •  position  •  rotate  •  size  •  top  •  vertical-align  •  visibility  •  white-space  •  width  •  class  •  colorspace  •  direction  •  id  •  lang
See:bargraph depthbargraph gdata towerbargraph

Draw a floatingbargraph into the document. In a floatingbargraph, the bars do not need to start from "y=0" but may hover above the axis.

The gdata elements used to specify the data must specify the min-value, mid-value and max-value attributes, which determine the bottom, mid-point and top of each bar respectively. If no mid-point is required, the mid-value attribute should be set to the value of min-value or max-value.

Like the other graphs, the width and height attributes must be set but all other attributes are optional.

This draws a simple Floating BarGraph with three bars.

<floatingbargraph width="100" height="100">
  <gdata name="apples" min-value="10" mid-value="12" max-value="15"/>
  <gdata name="oranges" min-value="8" mid-value="11" max-value="18"/>
  <gdata name="lemons" min-value="4" mid-value="5" max-value="7"/>
</floatingbargraph>