multibargraph element

Type:Graphs
Attributes: bar-depth  •  bar-width  •  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 multibargraph into the document. The multibargraph is similar in concept to the depthbargraph, but the various "rows" of bars are placed next to each other, rather than behind eachother as in a DEPTHBARGRAPH. Useful when you want to display the same kind of data as a depthbargraph but don't want to do it in 3D.

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

This creates a bar graph with 8 bars in two groups of 4.

<multibargraph width="100" height="100">
  <gdata name="2000" name2="Q1" value="12"/>
  <gdata name="2000" name2="Q2" value="5"/>
  <gdata name="2000" name2="Q3" value="7"/>
  <gdata name="2000" name2="Q4" value="3"/>
  <gdata name="2001" name2="Q1" value="3"/>
  <gdata name="2001" name2="Q2" value="1"/>
  <gdata name="2001" name2="Q3" value="4"/>
  <gdata name="2001" name2="Q4" value="9"/>
</multibargraph>