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rixmith Posted - 21 Oct 2017 : 21:01:42
I would like to add a highlight mechanism to my chart. For a simple line plot, what approach would you recommend to produce a different background color for the section of the chart between two given x values.
For example I would like to use the standard background color except when X is between 16 and 22, then I would use a different background color. Is such behavior possible perhaps using a very wide vertical line and a transparent color?



Rick
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quinncurtis Posted - 23 Oct 2017 : 09:39:25
Use the ChartShape class to display a filled rectangle in the current chart. The Multiline.MultilinePlots example is the correct one to look at.
rixmith Posted - 22 Oct 2017 : 11:09:42
I think I found my starting point in the Multiline class of the examples.multiline package.

Rick

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