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Is this a Grid Chart or a Scatter Chart???

Hi

Can any one sens me a qvw example of this Grid Chart/Scatter Chart?

Thank you

Mc

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whiteline
Master II
Master II

As the axises are continuous It's likely a scatter chart.

With Year as a dimension.

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p.s.

Yellow sphere -> 2012

Grey Sphere -> 2011

Sorry.

Thank You

whiteline
Master II
Master II

As the axises are continuous It's likely a scatter chart.

With Year as a dimension.

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Ok, but I would like to have the ability to custom color the background quadrants with multiple colors.

It is possible?

Thanks to all

MC

whiteline
Master II
Master II

No, I think you can't do it dynamicaly.

Only as a background image.

As a workaround you can use reference lines to mark the boundaries (Presentation Tab).

If you know how to write a webservice that returns such background image dynamically, you can use dynamic background image (the same way as QV handles google maps).

Or you can create an extension object but it will work only in web view (ajax).