Nevron Vision for SQL Server Reporting Services
High Low Chart

A High-Low Chart displays a sequence of data points, each representing a one-dimensional value range. The begin values of consecutive data points are connected with a "low" line. The end values are connected with a "high" line. The area between these two lines is filled with different colors, depending on whether the "high" line runs above or below the "low" line. Following is a description of the float bar chart settings: 

Settings

Sub Type - the following table summarizes the different subtypes of the high low chart:

Sub Type X Dimension Type Z Dimension Type Data Requirements Description
First in Chart Next in Chart
Series Categorical Categorical High
Low
High
Low
Shows series behind each other.
XY Scatter Numeric Categorical High
Low
X
High
Low
X
Shows series behind each other. Has an additional X value, which defines the data points X position.

All subtypes support a Label value for each data point. The Y dimension is always Numeric.

Depth Percent - defines the depth of the high-low area in percents of the series size along the depth axis. 

Drop Lines - specifies whether the high-low area segments must be divided by vertical lines. 

High Label - defines the label, which is associated with data points for which the high value is larger than the low value. See Data Point Formatting Commands for more information. 

Low Label - defines the label, which is associated with data points for which the high value is smaller than the low value. See Data Point Formatting Commands for more information. 

High Fill Style - controls the filling of the areas for which the high ending value is larger than the low ending value. 

High Border Style - controls the border of the areas for which the high ending value is larger than the low ending value. 

Low Fill Style - controls the filling of the areas for which the high ending value is smaller than the low ending value. 

Low Border Style - controls the border of the areas for which the high ending value is smaller than the low ending value.

 

The settings in the Palette tab are described in the Value Palette Settings topic.

Automatic Data Labels Positioning
The automatic positioning of data labels in the case of all types of stacks is the data point center. In all other cases data labels are displayed on top of the data point.
Automatic Legend Mode
The automatic legend mode in all subtypes evaluates to series (e.g. the series full name is displayed in the legend).

 

 


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