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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby CN_Iceman » Fri Nov 15, 2013 3:26 am

No problems at all... We know who they are. :P
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby HPW » Mon Feb 24, 2014 11:30 am

Just released hpwSimpleGraph 1.34:

http://www.hpwsoft.de/anmeldung/html1/n ... ook19.html

Component-Upgrade of TSimpleGraph from 2.9 to 2.91 (Bugfix for wordwrap-bug from the delphiarea forum)

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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby Luiz Alfredo » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:16 pm

Thanks Hans. Your Plugins are great.
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby yanzco » Wed Sep 24, 2014 7:54 am

can i use hpwsimplegraph to make a bar graph chart?

like something like this?
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby HPW » Wed Sep 24, 2014 2:32 pm

Hello,

>can i use hpwsimplegraph to make a bar graph chart?

I think not, or not easy.
It is not a General graphic solution.
Maybe you have a look at specific Chart plugins or maybe hpwImage, which can script a Bitmap in many possibilitys.

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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby ebear » Wed Sep 24, 2014 3:21 pm

Dear Yanzco,

Please take a look at NeoChart http://www.neosoftware.com/neobook/modules/plugins/singlefile.php?cid=4&lid=114.
This plugin gives you the possibility to use RmChart graphs. I use this in combination with NeoBookDbp to show graphs of production data.

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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby yanzco » Wed Sep 24, 2014 7:35 pm

hello ebear.. i cant seem to make neo chart to work.. the demo buttons doesnt work..
i placed the gdiplus.dll in the neochart plugin folder..

no instructions where to put it..
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby Wrangler » Thu Sep 25, 2014 7:52 am

Try putting the .dll in the pubdir.
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby yanzco » Fri Sep 26, 2014 5:04 am

already there.. doesnt seem to work..
load chart from file works
but go to pie chart.... create chart and the other buttons doesnt do anything..
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby David de Argentina » Fri Sep 26, 2014 9:51 am

Hi yanzco,

If you can get the load chart working, it means plugin works.

In order to create a chart, be sure you are clicking all buttons in order from top to bottom.

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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby David de Argentina » Fri Sep 26, 2014 10:04 am

This sample shows how to create a chart with all actions in one button

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ObjAction=GetObjectHandle "Rectangulo2" "[h]"GetObjectInfo "Rectangulo2" "Width" "[x]"GetObjectInfo "Rectangulo2" "Height" "[y]"¶¶. Usage:¶. ae_Graph_CreateChart "[params]"¶¶. Where [params] are:¶. nParentHndl = handle of the rectangle¶. nCtrlId = identifiquer of the chart (usually 2000)¶. nX = Left of the chart¶. nY = Top of the chart¶. nWidth = width of the chart¶. nHeight = height of the chart¶. nBackColor = Background Color (as &HFFFFFFFF Format )¶.              &HFFFEFFFF is Transparent¶. nCtrlStyle = Style of the chart. Can be:¶.    RMC_CTRLSTYLEFLAT = 0¶.    RMC_CTRLSTYLEFLATSHADOW = 1¶.    RMC_CTRLSTYLE3D = 2¶.    RMC_CTRLSTYLE3DLIGHT = 3¶.    RMC_CTRLSTYLEIMAGE = 4¶.    RMC_CTRLSTYLEIMAGETILED = 5¶. nExportOnly = If TRUE (1) the chart cannot be displayed on the screen. Default FALSE (0)¶. sBgImage = The full name of the file for the background image, if you choose as nCtrlStyle¶.            RMC_CTRLSTYLEIMAGE (4) or RMC_CTRLSTYLEIMAGETILED (5)¶. sFontName = By Default "Tahoma"¶. nToolTipWidth = The width of the tooltip¶. nBitmapBKColor = Let "0"¶¶ae_Graph_CreateChart "[h]|2000|0|0|[x]|[y]|#FFFFFE|5|0|[Pubdir]paper.jpg|Arial|50|0"¶¶. Usage:¶. ae_Graph_AddRegion "[params]"¶¶. Where [params] are:¶¶. nCtrlId = identifier of the chart (usually 2000)¶. X = Left of the Region¶. Y = Top of the Region¶. nWidth = width of the Region¶. nHeight = height of the Region¶. sFooter = Footer which will be printed at the region's bottom.¶.           As default, the footer is printed in 7 point in the most lower,¶.           right edge of the region. 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In this case use this parameter.¶.              There are three possible values:¶.                    RMC_HATCHBRUSH_OFF (0): Only solid brushes are used to fill the objects. This is the default.¶.                    RMC_HATCHBRUSH_ON (1): Hatch brushes instead of solid brushes are used to fill the objects. Ten different hatch brushes are defined in an internal array. Series 1 gets the first brush, series 2 the second and so on.¶.                    RMC_HATCHBRUSH_ONPRINTING (2): If showing the chart on the screen (or exporting it to a bitmap), solid brushes are used. If sending the chart to the printer, hatch brushes are used.¶.              Hatch brushes should only be used with the non-gradient styles.¶.              It's nearly impossible to find a good balance between the gradient effect¶.              and the hatch brushes, and if it might be ok for the screen, it's not ok for the printer.¶.              Also use hatch brushes only with the more lighter colors, not with the dark ones.¶. nStartAngle = In case of 2D Pies or Donuts, you can define the start angle for the first slice,¶.               in degrees from 0 (which is default) to 360 (which is the same as 0).¶¶.First Series¶ae_Graph_AddGrid "2000|1|#FAF0FF|1|0|0|0|0|0"¶¶.usage¶. ae_Graph_AddDataAxis  "[params]"¶¶.where [params] are:¶¶.nCtrlId = identifier of the chart (usually 2000)¶.nRegion = identifier of the region¶.Align = Can Be:¶.        Left = 1¶.        Right = 2¶.        Top = 3¶.        Bottom = 4¶.Min = Minimum value of the data axis.¶.Max = Maximum value of the data axis.¶.TickCount = Number of horizontal or vertical (in case of horizontal bar charts)¶.            lines and, in conjunction, of labels of the data axis. If omitted or 0: 11¶.FontSize = Fontsize of the data labels. If omitted or 0: 8¶.TextColor = Like #090503¶.LineColor = Like #000000¶.LineStyle = Can Be:¶.            Solid = 1¶.            Dash = 2¶.            Dot = 3¶.            DashDot = 4¶.            None = 6¶.Decimals = The number of decimal digits (between 0 and 9), which shall be used for printing the labels.¶.Units = Unit which will be painted behind the labels (like , $, EURO and so on), maximum length is 15 chars.¶.Text = Text for illustrations of the data axis, maximum length is 100 chars.¶.       If the data axis has alignment of LEFT (1), the text is drawn vertically from bottom to top.¶.       If the alignment is RIGHT (2), the text is painted vertically from top to bottom.¶.       In other cases (3 or 4) it is painted horizontally.¶.       As default the text will be printed in the same fontsize as defined in parameter nFontSize.¶.       But you can set the font's size and weight independently: add a backslash (\) at the end of the text¶.       followed by a number and/or the char b, if you want to have the text printetd bold.¶.       Example: "This is the text\12b" will print the text in 12 points and bold.¶.       This is the text\b" will print it in the same size as the labels, but bold¶.Labels = On default the labels of the data axis are numeric ones,¶.       which get calculated from parameters nMinValue and nMaxValue in conjunction with nTickcount.¶.       Instead of these numeric values you can have string labels: the labels must be separated either¶.       with * or | ("Label1*Label2*Label3"). The maximum length of each label can be 50 chars.¶.       Note: If you don't want any labels, simply pass one single dash (-),¶.       which prevents also painting of the numeric labels.¶¶.LabelAlign = Can be:¶.             TextCenter: 0¶.             TextLeft = 1¶.             TextRight = 2¶.             TextDownward = 3¶.             TextUpward = 4¶¶¶ae_Graph_AddDataAxis  "2000|1|1|0|100|11|8|#000000|#000000|3|0||||0"¶¶.Usage:¶.ae_Graph_AddLabelAxis "[params]"¶¶.where [params] are:¶¶.nCtrlId = identifier of the chart (usually 2000)¶.nRegion = identifier of the region¶.Labels = String with the axis' labels. The labels must be separated either with * ("Label1*Label2*Label3").¶.         The maximum length of each label can be 50 chars.¶.         You can pass an empty string, then no labels will be drawn.¶.AxisCount = Number of label axes (1 or 2). If omitted or 0: 1¶.TickCount = Number of vertical or horizontal (in case of horizontal bar charts) lines.¶.            This is an important parameter because it determines at last the number of data columns.¶.            If you want to have for example 10 single bars and each of them¶.            shall have an own label on the label axis, you must set this parameter to 10.¶.            If parameter sLabels holds 10 label texts you can omit this parameter,¶.            because then the number of labels will determine.¶.Alignment = Can be:¶.            LabelISLeft = 5¶.            LabelISRight = 6¶.            LabelISTop = 7¶.            LabelISBottom = 8¶.FontSize = Fontsize of the labels in points. If omitted or 0: 8 point¶.TextColor = Like #030507¶.TextAlign = Can be:¶.            TextCenter: 0¶.            TextLeft = 1¶.            TextRight = 2¶.            TextDownward = 3¶.            TextUpward = 4¶.LineColor = like #090807¶.LineStyle = Can Be:¶.            Solid = 1¶.            Dash = 2¶.            Dot = 3¶.            DashDot = 4¶.            None = 6¶.Text = Text for illustrations of the data axis, maximum length is 100 chars.¶.       If the data axis has alignment of LEFT (1), the text is drawn vertically from bottom to top.¶.       If the alignment is RIGHT (2), the text is painted vertically from top to bottom.¶.       In other cases (3 or 4) it is painted horizontally.¶.       As default the text will be printed in the same fontsize as defined in parameter FontSize.¶.       But you can set the font's size and weight independently: add a backslash (\) at the end of the text¶.       followed by a number and/or the char b, if you want to have the text printetd bold.¶.       Example: "This is the text\12b" will print the text in 12 points and bold.¶.       This is the text\b" will print it in the same size as the labels, but bold¶¶¶ae_Graph_AddLabelAxis  "2000|1|Jan*Feb*Mar*Apr|1|4|8|8|#000000|0|#000000|1|"¶¶¶.Usage:¶.ae_Graph_AddBarSeries "[params]"¶.where [params] are:¶¶.nCtrlId = identifier of the chart (usually 2000)¶.nRegion = identifier of the region¶.Data = Data values with the asterisk (*) as separator¶.Type: Can be:¶.      BARSINGLE = 1¶.      BARGROUP = 2¶.      BARSTACKED = 3¶.      BARSTACKED100 = 4¶.      FLOATINGBAR = 5¶.      FLOATINGBARGROUP = 6¶.      Observations: FLOATINGBAR and FLOATINGBARGROUP are special bars:¶.      they don't start necessarily at the origin of the data axis, but can have their own starting point.¶.      Therefore you must always pass a data pair for each bar,¶.      consisting of a value for the starting point and a second value for the length of the bar.¶.      Example: Imagine the data axis has a range from 1 to 10 and you want to draw a floating bar¶.      which starts at 2 and ends at 9. In this case you must pass the data pair 2,7 for this bar.¶.Style: Can be:¶.           BAR_FLAT = 1¶.           BAR_FLAT_GRADIENT1 = 2¶.           BAR_FLAT_GRADIENT2 = 3¶.           BAR_HOVER = 4¶.           COLUMN_FLAT = 5¶.           BAR_3D = 6¶.           BAR_3D_GRADIENT = 7¶.           COLUMN_3D = 8¶.           COLUMN_3D_GRADIENT = 9¶.           COLUMN_3D_FLUTED = 10¶.IsLucent: If 1, the transparency of the bars is switched on, if 0 the bars are opaque.¶.Color = Like #345678¶.IsHorizontal = If 1, the bars are drawn horizontal, if 0, vertical.¶.WhichDataAxis = Decides, to which data axis the series is connected.¶.                1 for the first, 2 for the second axis (if existent).¶.                First and second means the order, in which the axis via AddDataAxis() was added¶.                to the region. If omitted or 0: 1¶.ValueLabelOn = Can be:¶.                      VLABEL_NONE = 0¶.                      VLABEL_DEFAULT = 1¶.                      VLABEL_PERCENT = 5¶.                      VLABEL_ABSOLUTE = 6¶.                      VLABEL_TWIN = 7¶.                      VLABEL_LEGENDONLY = 8¶.                      VLABEL_DEFAULT_NOZERO = 11¶.                      VLABEL_PERCENT_NOZERO = 15¶.                      VLABEL_ABSOLUTE_NOZERO = 16¶.                      VLABEL_TWIN_NOZERO = 17¶¶.              If the series type is BARSINGLE or BARGROUP: VLABEL_DEFAULT or VLABEL_ABSOLUTE,¶.              which both show the absolute value of each bar.¶¶.              If the series type is BARSTACKED: VLABEL_DEFAULT or VLABEL_ABSOLUTE¶.              will both show the absolute value of each bar, VLABEL_PERCENT shows the percent value¶.              and VLABEL_TWIN shows both, absolute and percent values.¶¶.              If the series type is BARSTACKED100: VLABEL_DEFAULT or VLABEL_PERCENT¶.              will both show the percent value of each bar,¶.              VLABEL_ABSOLUTE shows the absolute value and VLABEL_TWIN shows both,absolute and percent values.¶¶.PointsPerColumn = How many data points shall be painted in each existent column. If omitted or 0: 1¶.HatchMode = leave 0¶¶ae_Graph_AddBarSeries "2000|1|80,40,20,90|2|7|1|#5990FF|0|0|6|1|0"¶ae_Graph_AddBarSeries "2000|1|45,64,36,82|2|7|1|#FFB05B|0|0|6|1|0"¶ae_Graph_AddBarSeries "2000|1|50,20,62,32|2|7|1|#BB3F7B|0|0|6|1|0"¶¶¶.. Usage:¶. ae_Graph_Draw "[nCtrlID]"¶. Where [params] are:¶. nCtrlId = identifier of the chart (usually 2000)¶. nRegion = identifier of the region¶. Caption = Text of the caption¶. BKColor = Back Color of the Caption¶. TextColor = Text Color of the Caption¶. FontSize = The size of the font¶. FontBold = 0:False; 1:True¶ae_Graph_AddCaption "2000|1|Group Bar Series Title|#FFFFFE|#EE6F6E|10|1"¶¶. Usage:¶. ae_Graph_Draw "[nCtrlID]"¶. Where [params] are:¶. nCtrlId = identifier of the chart (usually 2000)¶¶ae_Graph_Draw "2000"
LineColor=0
LineWidth=1
LineStyle=0
FillColor=12632256
FillPattern=0
Font=Arial
FontSize=9
FontStyle=0
FontCharset=1
TextColor=0
TabOrder=2
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Re: hpwSimpleGraph

Postby yanzco » Fri Sep 26, 2014 7:13 pm

got it to work.. did not know i had to press all buttons from top to bottom.. thanks! :D
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hpwSimpleGraph

Postby HPW » Tue Jun 23, 2015 12:30 pm

Just released hpwSimpleGraph 1.35:

http://www.hpwsoft.de/anmeldung/html1/n ... ook19.html

Action: hpwSimpleGraphUnSelectObj with parameter: 'ALL' or one or more unique ID (pipe).

I was asked about this logical missing action, so here it is.

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