If the input data contain multiple series, use the Group By Column> to group the data items and generate multiple lines.
A series visualization showing the GDP of seven countries over the recent five decades. The input table contains series data as follows:
In this case, the Series Column is Year. The Value Column is GDP The Group By Column is Country Code.
Selection in the line chart is performed over the series. Drag and draw a retangular box to select a series line that intersects the box. All data items that belong to the series are selected.
|color||Color of the line and data points on the line|
|border||Border color of the data points on the line|
|size||Diameter of the data points on the line|
|width||Width of the line and the data point border|
|opacity||Opacity of the line and the data points|
Configures which column to use as the series column. This column is visualized along the X-axis. Data items are sorted automatically by increasing values in this column. For each series, the values in the series column should not have duplicates, otherwise a warning will be displayed.
Configures which column to use as the series values. This column is visualized on the Y-axis.
Applies grouping on the data points based on unique values in this column. After grouping, each group becomes one series line.
Shows the data points on the series lines. Points drawing is not supported when Draw Curve is on.
Uses curve rendering for the series lines.
Displays legends for the rendered series lines. The legends are only applicable when a Group By Column is used.