How are bar charts used in JavaFX 2?
This chapter describes the bar chart, a two-axis chart with rectangular bars that can be vertical or horizontal. The length of each bar is proportional to a particular value displayed on the chart. Bar charts are typically used to display discrete data.
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How to make a chart in JavaFX SDK?
This tutorial describes the charts available in the JavaFX SDK package javafx.scene.chart and contains the following chapters: Each chapter provides code and application examples to illustrate how to use a particular chart.
Where to find the title of a JavaFX chart?
The title can be placed at the top, right, left, or bottom of the chart. Similarly, you can specify the position of the chart legend. For a two-axis chart, you can manage the appearance of the chart, the area of the chart where the graphic symbols corresponding to the data values are represented.
What is xvalue property in JavaFX?
The xValue property defines the value of a chart element to be plotted on the X axis, and the yValue property defines the value for the Y axis. You can also set the additional value for each chart element.
How to create a bar chart in Java?
Example 7-1 creates a bar chart with three data series to present financial information for five countries. Each country is presented as a category that is a group of bars on the horizontal axis. Figure 7-2 shows the expected output of this application when you compile and run it.
When do you need a horizontal bar chart?
Horizontal bar charts can be particularly useful when you want to represent data as ranked lists. You can represent data in a bar chart so that the bars in a category are stacked.
When do you call a new Barchart in Java?
Construct a new BarChart with the given axis. Construct a new BarChart with the given axis and data. Construct a new BarChart with the given axis and data. Called when a data item has been added to a series. Called when a data item has changed, that is, its xValue, yValue, or extraValue has changed.