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Common options

The second step of the chart editor allows you to specify common options of the chart. Other settings can be specified in the OnPrepareChart event handler.



The type for your chart. Allowed values are Column, Bar, Pie, Line, Area, Geo, Candlestick, Histogram, Bubble, Stepped Area, Timeline, Gantt, Tree Map and Scatter.



The unique identifier of the chart. Corresponds to the value of the id attribute of the web element. Can contain letters, numbers, underscore, and hyphens.



The chart title (to be displayed above the chart).



Select whether the chart is placed above or below the data grid.



The height of the chart in pixels.



The width of the chart in columns (from 1 to 12).


Domain column

The column that specifies labels along the major axis of the chart. The Format property is suitable for date and number columns and should be specified as a pattern (for example, #,###,### or MMM d, yyyy).


Data columns

One or more columns to specify series data to render in the chart.

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