JClass ServerChart

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JClass ServerChart
JClass ServerChart

What is ServerChart?

Similar to JClass Chart, which is part of JClass DesktopViews, JClass ServerChart is a component of JClass ServerViews. It gives users and programmers the ability to chart data in many different ways for many different circumstances and is written entirely in Java.

Control Chart Displays & Labels

As a user or developer, you can control many aspects of how a chart is displayed and labeled, including its interact-ability.  As part of JClass ServerViews, JClass ServerChart is indispensable when attempting to present and display data in a meaningful way.
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JClass ServerChart Features

With JClass ServerChart, you can manage/customize the following:

  • Chart types, such as Plot, Scatter Plot, Area, Stacking Area, Bar, Stacking Bar, Pie, Hi-Lo, HiLo Open-Close, Candle, Polar, Radar, and Area Radar
  • Position of the Header and Footer, border style, text, font, and color
  • The number of chart views, with each one  having its unique data, chart type, and chart style
  • Data loading is flexible and can be taken from many sources, such as applets, files, URLs, input streams, and databases
  • Legend positioning, in addition to its orientation, border style, font, and color
  • Chart positioning, such as border style, color, width, height, and 3D. However, this limited to Bar, Stacking Bar, and Pie charts only
  • Axis labeling, in particular, Point labels, Series labels, Value tables, or Time labels
  • The number of X or Y axes, with each having its own minimum and maximum, axis numbering method, numbering and ticking increment, grid increment, font, origin, axis direction, and precision
  • Control over user interaction with different components, including picking, mapping, Chart Customizer, rotation, scaling, and translation
  • Chart labels can appear anywhere on the chart, including automatic dwell labels for each point on the chart

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