LineSeries QML Type

Presents data in line charts. More...

Import Statement: import QtCharts 2.2
Instantiates: QLineSeries



Detailed Description

A line chart is used to show information as a series of data points connected by straight lines.

The following QML example shows how to create a simple line chart:

ChartView {
    title: "Line"
    anchors.fill: parent
    antialiasing: true

    LineSeries {
        name: "LineSeries"
        XYPoint { x: 0; y: 0 }
        XYPoint { x: 1.1; y: 2.1 }
        XYPoint { x: 1.9; y: 3.3 }
        XYPoint { x: 2.1; y: 2.1 }
        XYPoint { x: 2.9; y: 4.9 }
        XYPoint { x: 3.4; y: 3.0 }
        XYPoint { x: 4.1; y: 3.3 }

Property Documentation

capStyle : Qt::PenCapStyle

Controls the cap style of the line. Set to one of Qt.FlatCap, Qt.SquareCap or Qt.RoundCap. By default the cap style is Qt.SquareCap.

See also Qt::PenCapStyle.

count : int

The number of data points in the series.

style : Qt::PenStyle

Controls the style of the line. Set to one of Qt.NoPen, Qt.SolidLine, Qt.DashLine, Qt.DotLine, Qt.DashDotLine, or Qt.DashDotDotLine. Using Qt.CustomDashLine is not supported in the QML API. By default, the style is Qt.SolidLine.

See also Qt::PenStyle.

width : real

The width of the line. By default, the width is 2.0.

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