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How to create a stacked bar chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:55:36
The bar chart accepts a series of data points (x, y) as input values, and creates bars representing their values. Typically, these charts are used to represent the value of a category. Depending on the axis of the category the bars of a bar chart can be vertical or horizontal.StackedBarChart is a variant of a BarChart, which plots bars indicating data values for a category. The bars can be vertical or horizontal depending on which axis is the category axis. The bar for each series is stacked on top of the previous series.In JavaFX, you can create a stacked bar ... Read More

How to create a text flow layout in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:53:25
To create rich text contents in our applications JavaFX provides a special layout called text flow represented by the javafx.scene.layout.TextFlow class. Using this you can layout multiple text nodes in a single text flow.Since they are separate nodes, you can set different fonts to them. If you try to add nodes other than text to this layout, they will be treated as embedded objects and are simply inserted between the text.This class has two properties −lineSpacing − This property (double) is used to specify the space between the text objects. You can set value to this property using the setLineSpacing() ... Read More

How to create a stacked area chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:51:16
The area chart accepts a series of data points (x, y) as input values, connects them using a line, and maps the area between the obtained line and the axis.StackedArea Chart is a variant of the Area Chart where the areas are stacked so that each series adjoins, but does not overlap the preceding series.In JavaFX, you can create a stacked area chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.StackedAreaChart 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 ... Read More

What are various XY charts provided by JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:48:55
The javafx.scene.chart package, provides classes to create various charts namely − line chart, area chart, bar chart, pie chart, bubble chart, scatter chart etc.All these charts belongs to the package javafx.scene.chart. The class named Chart is the base class of all the charts in JavaFX and the XYChart is base class of all those charts that are drawn on the XY–plane.While creating an XY chart you need to −Create x and Y Axes.Create data points on these axes.Create a series using the data points.Add the series to the chart.Defining the AxisIn general, the axis of the charts can be represented ... Read More

How to create a scatter chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:44:17
The bubble chart accepts a series of data points (x, y) as input values and, creates symbols for the data points in the given series. In JavaFX, you can create a scatter chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.ScatterChartclass.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).Once you create the axes you can set labels to them using the setLabel() method.Setting dataThe XYChart.Series represents ... Read More

How to create a bubble chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:42:11
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, you can have an optional third value which is represented by the radius of the bubble.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 ... Read More

How to create a bar chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:38:51
The bar chart accepts a series of data points (x, y) as input values, and creates bars representing their values. Typically, these charts are used to represent the value of a category. Depending on the axis of the category the bars of a bar chart can be vertical or horizontal. In JavaFX, you can create a bar chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.BarChart 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 ... Read More

How to create an area chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:36:31
The area chart accepts a series of data points (x, y) as input values, connects them using a line, and maps the area between the obtained line and the axis. In JavaFX, you can create an area chart by instantiating the javafx.scene.chart.AreaChart 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).Once you create the axes you can set labels to them using ... Read More

How to create a line chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:33:44
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).Once you create the axes you can set labels to them using the setLabel() method.Setting dataThe XYChart.Series represents the series of data items. You can create a ... Read More

How to create a Pie chart using JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 19-May-2020 12:31:07
In the pie chart, we represent the data values as 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.This class provides various properties, by setting values to them using their respective setter methods, you can customize the pie chart.The slices of the pie chart are placed clockwise (from the start angle) by default. You can arrange them anti-clockwise by setting the clockwise property to false, using the setClockwise() method.Each slice is associated with a label. (name of the slice as value) By default, these ... Read More
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