XY graph: Data group

Properties in this group control what data appears in the graph, as well as whether the data appears in column series or row series form.

Data group properties

The group contains the following properties:

rowSeriesFlag

Controls how x and y data populate the graph:

If the rowSeriesFlag checkbox is selected, the graph has one trace for each non-first row of your data attachment. (The first row is used for the x components of the plotted points, as described below.) Within each trace, there is a plotted point for each column of your attachment.

For a given point in a given trace, the x component is the value of the point's corresponding column for the first row of your attachment, and the y component is the value of that column for the trace's corresponding row. Values from the label column (see labelColumnName) or generated row identifiers are used as labels in the legend.

If the rowSeriesFlag checkbox is not selected, there is a trace for each numeric column of your data attachment, except for the first numeric column. (The first numeric column is used for the x components of the plotted points, as described below.) Within each trace, there is a plotted point for each row of your attachment.

For a given point in a given trace, the x component is the value of the first numeric column for the point's corresponding row, and the y component is the value of the trace's corresponding column for the point's corresponding row. Column names appear in the legend.

This property is in the Data property group.

valueTable

Attach your data to the valueTable property. Your data attachment must contain at least two rows and at least two numeric columns. The property rowSeriesFlag controls how x and y data populate the graph:

If the rowSeriesFlag checkbox is selected, the graph has one trace for each non-first row of your data attachment. (The first row is used for the x components of the plotted points, as described below.) Within each trace, there is a plotted point for each column of your attachment.

For a given point in a given trace, the x component is the value of the point's corresponding column for the first row of your attachment, and the y component is the value of that column for the trace's corresponding row. Values from the label column (see labelColumnName) or generated row identifiers are used as labels in the legend.

If the rowSeriesFlag checkbox is not selected, there is a trace for each numeric column of your data attachment, except for the first numeric column. (The first numeric column is used for the x components of the plotted points, as described below.) Within each trace, there is a plotted point for each row of your attachment.

For a given point in a given trace, the x component is the value of the first numeric column for the point's corresponding row, and the y component is the value of the trace's corresponding column for the point's corresponding row. Column names appear in the legend.

This property is in the Data property group.

xValueDivisor

The x values are divided by the value entered into the xValueDivisor. The default is 1.

This property is in the Data property group.

xValueMax

The xValueMin and xValueMax properties control the range of the x-axis if xAxisAutoScaleMode is set to Off. In addition, if xAxisAutoScaleMode is set to On - Include Min/Max, the dashboard calculates the smallest x-axis range that includes both xValueMin and xValueMax as well as all plotted points.

This property is in the Data property group.

xValueMin

The xValueMin and xValueMax properties control the range of the x-axis if xAxisAutoScaleMode is set to Off. In addition, if xAxisAutoScaleMode is set to On - Include Min/Max, the dashboard calculates the smallest x-axis range that includes both xValueMin and xValueMax as well as all plotted points.

This property is in the Data property group.

yValueDivisor

The y values are divided by the value entered into the yValueDivisor. The default is 1.

This property is in the Data property group.

yValueMax

The yValueMin and yValueMax properties control the range of the y-axis if the yAxisAutoScaleMode is set to Off. In addition, if yAxisAutoScaleMode is set to On - Include Min/Max, the dashboard calculates the smallest y-axis range that includes both yValueMin and yValueMax as well as all plotted points.

This property is in the Data property group.

yValueMin

The yValueMin and yValueMax properties control the range of the y-axis if the yAxisAutoScaleMode is set to Off. In addition, if yAxisAutoScaleMode is set to On - Include Min/Max, the dashboard calculates the smallest y-axis range that includes both yValueMin and yValueMax as well as all plotted points.

This property is in the Data property group.