
Lets you select the parameter representing the data series to be plotted. The list will display all parameters available in the table from which the chart was originated.


Lets you select the class ID representing the data series to be plotted. The list will display all class IDs available in the table from which the chart was originated. Click All to disregard the classification of objects.


Click this button to add the currently selected parameter and class ID to the Data series grid.


Lists the measurement parameters and objects' class IDs that will be plotted. The data series are plotted in the order from top to bottom. The amount of data series used depends on the type of the graph selected. For the Bar Histogram, Line Histogram, and Pie Diagram only the first data series is plotted. The Scattegram and 3DHistogram use the first and second data series. The Multihistogram plots all data series next to each other.


Click this button to remove the highlighted data series from the Data series grid.


Click this button to move the highlighted series to the previous row of the Data series grid.


Click this button to move the highlighted data series to the next row of the Data series grid.


Click this button to clear the entire content of the Data series grid.


Lets you select the desired graphic representation of the data selected. Choose one of the following types:


Bar Histogram


Select this mode to plot the measurement data in form of bar histogram. Measurement histograms illustrate the distribution of your object population over a measurement range. The histogram's Xscale identifies the parameter's range (from its minimum value to its maximum value), and the Yscale measures the number of objects within each measured interval. Data values in the bar histogram are represented by vertical bars.


Line Histogram


Select this mode to plot the measurement data in form of line histogram. Analogous to the bar histogram except that data values in the line histogram are represented by connected straightline segments.


Pie Diagram


Select this mode to plot the measurements data in form of round diagram. The round diagram displays the distribution of the selected parameter among the measured parameter's range. The segments of the diagram correspond to the percentage of objects within each measured interval.


3Dhistogram


Select this mode to plot two measurements in form of 3Dhistogram, where the X1axis represent the value of the first parameter in the Data series grid, the X2axis represents the value of the second parameter, and the Yaxis measures the number of objects with the values of both parameters falling within corresponding intervals. Data values in the bar histogram are represented by vertical pillars.


Scattergram


Select this mode to plot two measurements against each other. Scattergrams are used to illustrate a correlation between two measurements. ImageWarp displays the scattergram along with its correlation factor and the bestfit line drawn through the points. In order for the scattergram to be displayd, the Data series grid must contain at least two series.


Multihistogram


Select this mode to plot the histograms of several measurements next to each other in a 3Dform. Xaxis represents the data series selected into the Data series grid, the X2axis serves as a divider between different data series, and the Yaxis represents the number of objects within each interval. Data values in the multihistogram are represented by vertical pillars.



Lets you change the descriptive text displayed at the top of the plotting area of the Chart. By default ImageWarp assigns the chart title depending on a currently selected type of the graph. Enter a different string if you want to change the chart title.



Lets you change the descriptive text displayed along the Xaxis of the Chart. By default ImageWarp sets it to a string containing the name of the parameter taken from the first data series and the corresponding measurement unit. Enter a different string if you want to change the parameter title.



Lets you change the descriptive text displayed along the X2axis of the 3Dhistogram. By default ImageWarp sets it to a string containing the name of the parameter taken from the second data series and the corresponding measurement unit. Enter a different string if you want to change the second parameter title.



Lets you change the descriptive text displayed along the Yaxis of the Chart. By default ImageWarp assigns the value title depending on a currently selected type of the graph. Enter a different string if you want to change the value title.



Lets you select the number of intervals into which the measured parameter's range will be divided. This corresponds to the number of classes displayed along the Xaxis of the histogram graphs or number of segments in the Pie diagram. The option is unavailable for the Scattergram.



Lets you select the number of intervals into which the range of values of the second parameter will be divided. This corresponds to the number of classes displayed along the X2axis of the 3Dhistogram. The option is unavailable for all other types of graphs.



Select these check boxes if you want the horizontal and/or vertical axis to be displayed on the chart. An axis is the line that borders one side of the plot area providing a frame of reference for measurements or comparison in a chart. These options are unavailable for the Pie diagram, Scattergram and 3Dhisgoram.



Select these check boxes if you want the horizontal and/or vertical tick marks to be displayed on the chart. Tick marks are small lines of measurements, similar to divisions on a ruler that intersect axes. Tickmarks are labeled with numbers that identify the values in the chart. These options are unavailable for the Pie diagram.



Select these check boxes if you want the horizontal and/or vertical gridlines to be displayed on the chart. Gridlines are lines that extend from the tick marks on an axis across the plot area and make it easier to view and evaluate data. These options are unavailable for the Pie diagram.



Select these check boxes to switch the X or/and Yaxis display to a logarithmic scale. Use of a logarithmic scale will enhance the display of low values if there is a wide dynamic range to the object's count or parameter's value.



Select this check box to add the gray shadow to the vertical plane(s) of the chart.



Select this check box to add the gray shadow to the horizontal plane of the 3Dhisgoram and Multihistogram. This option is unavailable for other types of graphs.



Select this check box to display the legend next to the graph. A legend is a box that identifies colors assigned to different classes on the Pie diagram or different data series on the Multihistogram. For other types of graphs this option is unavailable.



Select this check box to mark data values with points on the Line Histogram and Scattergram. For other types of graphs this option is unavailable.



Lets you adjust the perspective of the 3DHistogram and Multihistogram by entering the angle between the X2 axis and horizontal in degrees.



Select this check box to display the bestfit line on the Scattergram.



Select the power of the polynom to be used to build the bestfit line for the Scattergram.



Select this check box to display a Gaussian curve on the histogram chart. The Gaussian represents a normal distribution with the same mean and standard deviation that the plotted measurement parameter has. This option is available only for the Bar and Line Histogram.



Select this check box to display the histogram in a cumulative form. Each bin of the cumulative histogram contains a number of objects that have a marked or lesser value of the measurement parameter. This option is available only for the Bar and Line Histogram.



Select this check box to display the histogram in a weighted form. In the weighted histogram a number of objects that fall into each bin is multiplied by an average parameter's value for this bin. The Yaxis represents the "weight" of objects belonging to a corresponding range of the measurement parameter. This option is available only for the Bar and Line Histogram.

