Found 155 Questions for JavaFX

How to remove the tick labels in JavaFX XY charts?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:39:22
The javafx.scene.XYChart class is the base class of all the charts that are plotted in an x-y pane. By instantiating the subclasses of this class you can create various XY charts namely − line chart, area chart, bar chart, pie chart, bubble chart, scatter chart, etc.In the XY chart, the given data points are plotted on an XY plane. Along the x and y axes, you will have the tick marks and labels. The labels specify the names (or numbers) of the values.Changing the color of the tick marksThe javafx.scene.chart.Axis class (abstract) is the base class of all the axes ... Read More

How to remove the tick marks in JavaFX XY charts?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:34:14
The javafx.scene.XYChart class is the base class of all the charts that are plotted in an x-y pane. By instantiating the subclasses of this class you can create various XY charts namely − line chart, area chart, bar chart, pie chart, bubble chart, scatter chart, etc.In the XY chart, the given data points are plotted on an XY plane. Along the x and y axes, you will have the tick marks and tick labels. The tick marks represent various values with uniform intervals.Removing the tick marksThe javafx.scene.chart.Axis class (abstract) is the base class of all the axes in XY charts. ... Read More

How to modify the length of the tick marks in JavaFX XY charts?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:28:17
The javafx.scene.XYChart class is the base class of all the charts that are plotted in an x-y pane. By instantiating the subclasses of this class you can create various XY charts namely − line chart, area chart, bar chart, pie chart, bubble chart, scatter chart, etc.In the XY chart, the given data points are plotted on an XY plane. Along the x and y axes, you will have the tick marks and tick labels. The tick marks represent various values with uniform intervals.Changing the length of the tick marksThe javafx.scene.chart.Axis class (abstract) is the base class of all the axes ... Read More

How to change the color and font of the tick marks in a JavaFX XY chart?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:23:59
The javafx.scene.XYChart class is the base class of all the charts that are plotted in an x-y pane. By instantiating the subclasses of this class you can create various XY charts namely − line chart, area chart, bar chart, pie chart, bubble chart, scatter chart, etc.In the XY chart, the given data points are plotted on an XY plane. Along the x and y axes, you will have the tick marks and tick labels. The labels specify the names (or numbers) of the values.Changing the color of the tick labelsThe javafx.scene.chart.Axis class (abstract) is the base class of all the ... Read More

How to create a bubble chart with two parameters in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:18:19
The bubble chart accepts a series of data points (x, y) as input values and, creates bubbles for the data points in the given series. In JavaFX, you can create a bubble chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.BubbleChart class.Generally, in all X-Y charts, the data points plot two values (x, y). In the bubble chart, there is a third value which is represented by the radius of the bubble. This chart comes handy while plotting the data points in 3 dimensions.Anyhow, it is not mandatory to have the third value, it is only optional. Like any other XY chart, you can ... Read More

How to move the x-axis to top in a JavaFX line chart?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:16:10
Inline chart, the data values have represented a series of points connected by a line. In JavaFX, you can create a line chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.LineChart class.By default, A JavaFX Line chart contains symbols pointing out the values in the series along the x-axis. Typically, these are small circles.The X-Axis on the bottom in the plot.Y-Axis on the left.Moving the X-Axis to topThe Axis class (superclass of all axes) has a property named side, this specifies the side of the plot at which you need to have the current axis (left, right, top-bottom). You can set the value to ... Read More

What are symbols in a JavaFX line chart. How to disable them?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:13:17
Inline chart the data values have represented a series of points connected by a line. In JavaFX, you can create a line chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.LineChart class.By default, A JavaFX Line chart contains symbols pointing out the values in the series along the x-axis. Typically, these are small circles.The X-Axis on the bottom in the plot.Y-Axis on the left.Disabling the symbolsThe LineChart class has a property named createSymbols (boolean), which specifies whether to create symbols for data items in the chart. You can set values to this method using the setCreateSymbols() method.To remove symbols from a line chart you ... Read More

JavaFX line chart example with multiple series (lines)

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:09:58
Inline chart, the data values have represented a series of points connected by a line. In JavaFX, you can create a line chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.LineChart class.While instantiating this class you must pass the two objects of the Axis class representing the x and y-axis (as parameters of the constructor). Since the Axis class is abstract you need to pass objects of its concrete subclasses, NumberAxis (for numerical values) or, CategoryAxis (String values).Line chart with multiple seriesThe XYChart.Data class represents a data point in the chart, you can create a data point by instantiating this class.XYChart.Data dataPoint1 = new ... Read More

JavaFX LineChart example with category axis

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:07:00
Inline chart, the data values have represented a series of points connected by a line. In JavaFX, you can create a line chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.LineChart class.While instantiating this class you must pass the two objects of the Axis class representing the x and y-axis (as parameters of the constructor). Since the Axis class is abstract you need to pass objects of its concrete subclasses, NumberAxis (for numerical values) or, CategoryAxis (String values).ExampleFollowing is an example demonstrating the usage of the category axis. Here, We are plotting the sales of various models of OnePlus mobile, we are using the ... Read More

How to set the slices of a JavaFX PieChart in anti-clockwise direction?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 20-May-2020 08:04:10
The pie chart is a data a circular statistical graphic, where the data values are represented as the slices of a circle. Each slice is differentiated from other (typically by color). In JavaFX, you can create a pie chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.PieChart class.Changing the direction of the slicesThe angle at which the first slice of a PieChart is started is known as start angle and you can set this value using the setStartAngle() method (by default, 0).The PieChart class provides a property (boolean) known as clockWise specifying whether the slices of the current PieChart are in a clockwise direction ... Read More
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