Nevron Vision for SQL Server Reporting Services
Three Line Break Chart

Three Line Break charts display a series of vertical boxes ("lines") that are based on changes in prices. A new rising line is drawn if the closing price is higher than the previous one. A new falling line is drawn if the closing price is lower than the previous one. If a rally or a sell-off is powerful enough to form several consecutive lines with the same direction, then prices must reverse by the extreme price of the last several lines in order to create a new line. Usually three consecutive lines are used for the reversal criterion, hence the name Three Line Break. As with Kagi, Point and Figure, and Renko charts, Three Line Break charts ignore the passage of time.

Settings

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

Subtype X Dimension Type Z Dimension Type Data Requirements Description
Series Categorical Categorical

Value

X Values are automatically generated by the control.

XY Scatter Price Categorical

Value
X

 

Box Width Percent - controls the width of the boxes in percentages.

Number Of Lines To Break - controls the number of lines that must be broken in order for a reversal to happen.

Up Fill Style - controls the fill style of the bricks that show an up trend.

Up Stroke Style - controls the stroke style of the bricks that show an up trend.

Down Fill Style - controls the fill style of the bricks that show a down trend. 

Down Stroke - controls the stroke style of the bricks that show a down trend.

Automatic Data Labels Positioning
The automatic positioning of data labels is the data point center.
Automatic Legend Mode
The automatic legend mode in all subtypes evaluates to series (e.g. the series is displayed in the legend).

 

 


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