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IncrementData Struct Reference

An IncrementData describes how tickmarks are positioned on the scale of an axis. More...

import"IncrementData.idl";

Public Types

typedef sequence< SubIncrementSubIncrements
 SubIncrements describes the positioning of further sub tickmarks on the scale of an axis. More...
 

Public Attributes

any Distance
 if the any contains a double value this is used as a fixed Distance value. More...
 
any PostEquidistant
 PostEquidistant rules whether the member Distance describes a distance before or after the scaling is applied. More...
 
any BaseValue
 if the any contains a double value this is used as a fixed BaseValue. More...
 

Detailed Description

An IncrementData describes how tickmarks are positioned on the scale of an axis.

See also
Axis
Grid
Scale
XScaling

Member Typedef Documentation

◆ SubIncrements

SubIncrements describes the positioning of further sub tickmarks on the scale of an axis.

The first SubIncrement in this sequence determines how the distance between two neighboring main tickmarks is divided for positioning of further sub tickmarks. Every following SubIncrement determines the positions of subsequent tickmarks in relation to their parent tickmarks given by the preceding SubIncrement.

Member Data Documentation

◆ BaseValue

any BaseValue

if the any contains a double value this is used as a fixed BaseValue.

Otherwise, if the any is empty or contains an incompatible type, the BaseValue is meant to be calculated automatically by the view component representing the model containing this increment.

◆ Distance

any Distance

if the any contains a double value this is used as a fixed Distance value.

Otherwise, if the any is empty or contains an incompatible type, the Distance is meant to be calculated automatically by the view component representing the model containing this increment.

◆ PostEquidistant

any PostEquidistant

PostEquidistant rules whether the member Distance describes a distance before or after the scaling is applied.

If PostEquidistant equals TRUE Distance is given in values after XScaling is applied, thus resulting main tickmarks will always look equidistant on the screen. If PostEquidistant equals FALSE Distance is given in values before XScaling is applied.


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