All Identifiers

Name Unit Description
DiagramEpsilon diagram  
TAbstractDiagramModel diagram This is the abstract model class which stores the data to be shown If you want full customization you can use it as base class, but in most cases a TDiagramDataListModel is easier
TAxis diagram  
TClipValues diagram  
TDataList diagram  
TDataPoint diagram  
TDiagramDataListModel diagram  
TDiagramDrawer diagram This class draws the data model into a TBitmap
TDiagramEditAction diagram  
TDiagramEditActions diagram  
TDiagramFillStyle diagram  
TDiagramFixedWidthCircularDataListModel diagram this is a special model you probably don't need It is like a TDiagramDataListModel but ensures that the last and first point always have the same y-position if modified by the user and that he can't modify their x-position (the application interface with lists[i] can modify everything)
TDiagramModelMerger diagram This model merges several models together, so they can be drawn at the same time It can also hide certain rows
TDiagramPointMovement diagram  
TDiagramSplinePiece diagram  
TDiagramView diagram This class shows a model and allows the user to interact with it
TFillGradientFlags diagram controls the color gradient for filling. Notice that fgGradientY is much slower since it switch to single pixel drawing (but fgGradientX makes no difference)
TLegend diagram  
TLineStyle diagram lsDefault=lsNone in drawer setting, otherwise (in model settings) it means "use drawer setting" lsNone=no lines, lsLinear=the points are connected with straight lines lsCubicSpline=the points are connected with a normal cubic spline (needing O(n) additional memory) lsLocalCubicSpline=the points are connected with a pseudo cubic spline (needing no additional memory, but looks not so nicely)
TModelFlag diagram  
TModelFlags diagram  
TModelRowFlag diagram  
TModelRowFlags diagram  
TPointStyle diagram  
TRangePolicy diagram  
TValueTranslateEvent diagram  

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