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Please select this option only if you really know what you are doing. Geocentric Heliocentric topocentric positions. Personal default setting for chart drawings You can define a default setting for the way you would like to show your charts, including your preferred chart drawing style, options and additional objects. Please follow these steps: Define your personal default setting: Go to the "Extended chart selection" and choose your preferred chart method, options and additional objects.

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Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote. This page was last edited on 27 December , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Determines if the chart will animate on the initial draw. If true , the chart will start at the baseline and animate to its final state. For charts that support annotations , the annotations.

This option is currently supported for area, bar, column, combo, line, and scatter charts. It is not supported by the Annotation Chart. The background color for the main area of the chart. Can be either a simple HTML color string, for example: An object with members to configure the placement and size of the chart area where the chart itself is drawn, excluding axis and legends.

Two formats are supported: The colors to use for the chart elements. An array of strings, where each element is an HTML color string, for example: An object containing the crosshair properties for the chart.

The crosshair color, expressed as either a color name e. An object containing the crosshair properties upon focus. The crosshair opacity, with 0. The crosshair orientation, which can be 'vertical' for vertical hairs only, 'horizontal' for horizontal hairs only, or 'both' for traditional crosshairs.

An object containing the crosshair properties upon selection. When to display crosshairs: Controls the curve of the lines when the line width is not zero. Can be one of the following:. The transparency of data points, with 1.

In scatter, histogram, bar, and column charts, this refers to the visible data: In charts where selecting data creates a dot, such as the line and area charts, this refers to the circles that appear upon hover or selection. The combo chart exhibits both behaviors, and this option has no effect on other charts. To change the opacity of a trendline, see trendline opacity.

Whether the chart throws user-based events or reacts to user interaction. If false, the chart will not throw 'select' or other interaction-based events but will throw ready or error events , and will not display hovertext or otherwise change depending on user input.

The explorer option allows users to pan and zoom Google charts. The explorer only works with continuous axes such as numbers or dates.

By default, users can pan both horizontally and vertically when the explorer option is used. If you want to users to only pan horizontally, use explorer: By default, users can pan all around, regardless of where the data is.

To ensure that users don't pan beyond the original chart, use explorer: The maximum that the explorer can zoom in. The maximum that the explorer can zoom out. When users zoom in or out, explorer.

The smaller the number, the smoother and slower the zoom. The type of the entity that receives focus on mouse hover. Also affects which entity is selected by mouse click, and which data table element is associated with events. In focusTarget 'category' the tooltip displays all the category values. This may be useful for comparing values of different series. The default font size, in pixels, of all text in the chart. You can override this using properties for specific chart elements. The default font face for all text in the chart.

Draws the chart inside an inline frame. Note that on IE8, this option is ignored; all IE8 charts are drawn in i-frames. An object with members to configure various horizontal axis elements. To specify properties of this object, you can use object literal notation, as shown here:. This option is only supported for a continuous axis. The color of the baseline for the horizontal axis.

Can be any HTML color string, for example: The direction in which the values along the horizontal axis grow. Specify -1 to reverse the order of the values. For number axis labels, this is a subset of the decimal formatting ICU pattern set. You can also supply any of the following:. For date axis labels, this is a subset of the date formatting ICU pattern set. The actual formatting applied to the label is derived from the locale the API has been loaded with.

For more details, see loading charts with a specific locale. An object with members to configure the gridlines on the horizontal axis.

The color of the horizontal gridlines inside the chart area. Specify a valid HTML color string. The number of horizontal gridlines inside the chart area.

Minimum value is 2. Specify -1 to automatically compute the number of gridlines. Allows formatting for years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds. Additional information can be found in Dates and Times. An object with members to configure the minor gridlines on the horizontal axis, similar to the hAxis. The color of the horizontal minor gridlines inside the chart area.

Set to true for yes. Position of the horizontal axis text, relative to the chart area. The color can be any HTML color string, for example: Also see fontName and fontSize. Replaces the automatically generated X-axis ticks with the specified array. Each element of the array should be either a valid tick value such as a number, date, datetime, or timeofday , or an object.

If it's an object, it should have a v property for the tick value, and an optional f property containing the literal string to be displayed as the label. An object that specifies the horizontal axis title text style. The object has this format:.

If false, will hide outermost labels rather than allow them to be cropped by the chart container. If true, will allow label cropping. This option is only supported for a discrete axis. If true, draw the horizontal axis text at an angle, to help fit more text along the axis; if false, draw horizontal axis text upright.

Default behavior is to slant text if it cannot all fit when drawn upright. Notice that this option is available only when the hAxis. The angle of the horizontal axis text, if it's drawn slanted. Maximum number of levels of horizontal axis text.

If axis text labels become too crowded, the server might shift neighboring labels up or down in order to fit labels closer together. This value specifies the most number of levels to use; the server can use fewer levels, if labels can fit without overlapping. Maximum number of lines allowed for the text labels. Labels can span multiple lines if they are too long, and the number of lines is, by default, limited by the height of the available space.

Minimum horizontal spacing, in pixels, allowed between two adjacent text labels. If the labels are spaced too densely, or they are too long, the spacing can drop below this threshold, and in this case one of the label-unclutter measures will be applied e. How many horizontal axis labels to show, where 1 means show every label, 2 means show every other label, and so on.

Default is to try to show as many labels as possible without overlapping. Moves the max value of the horizontal axis to the specified value; this will be rightward in most charts. Ignored if this is set to a value smaller than the maximum x-value of the data. Moves the min value of the horizontal axis to the specified value; this will be leftward in most charts. Ignored if this is set to a value greater than the minimum x-value of the data. Specifies how to scale the horizontal axis to render the values within the chart area.

The following string values are supported:. For a continuous axis:. For a discrete axis:. The zero-based row index where the cropping window ends. Data points at this index and higher will be cropped out. In conjunction with vAxis. The zero-based row index where the cropping window begins. Data points at indices lower than this will be cropped out. Whether to guess the value of missing points. If true, it will guess the value of any missing data based on neighboring points.

If false, it will leave a break in the line at the unknown point. This is not supported by Area charts with the isStacked: An object with members to configure various aspects of the legend.

Start, center, and end are relative to the style -- vertical or horizontal -- of the legend. For example, in a 'right' legend, 'start' and 'end' are at the top and bottom, respectively; for a 'top' legend, 'start' and 'end' would be at the left and right of the area, respectively. The default value depends on the legend's position.

For 'bottom' legends, the default is 'center'; other legends default to 'start'. Maximum number of lines in the legend. Set this to a number greater than one to add lines to your legend. The exact logic used to determine the actual number of lines rendered is still in flux. The on-and-off pattern for dashed lines.

For instance, [4, 4] will repeat 4-length dashes followed by 4-length gaps, and [5, 1, 3] will repeat a 5-length dash, a 1-length gap, a 3-length dash, a 5-length gap, a 1-length dash, and a 3-length gap. See Dashed Lines for more information. Data line width in pixels. Use zero to hide all lines and show only the points.

You can override values for individual series using the series property. The orientation of the chart.