About pages for SOCR Chart

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===General Chart Control===
===General Chart Control===
*Refer to the [[About_pages_for_SOCR_Chart_List | Complete List of SOCR Charts]] and the [[SOCR_Videos_Charts | Charts Video Tutorials]]
*Refer to the [[About_pages_for_SOCR_Chart_List | Complete List of SOCR Charts]] and the [[SOCR_Videos_Charts | Charts Video Tutorials]]
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*Right click to show the popup menu.
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*Right click on the chart graph to show the popup menu.
*To zoom in: Choose "ZoomIn" from the popup menu or hold on the left mouse button and focus on the area you want to zoom in and grag toward lower_right corner.  
*To zoom in: Choose "ZoomIn" from the popup menu or hold on the left mouse button and focus on the area you want to zoom in and grag toward lower_right corner.  
*To zoom out: Choose "ZoomOut" from the the popup menu or hold on the left mouse button and drag toward upper_left corner.
*To zoom out: Choose "ZoomOut" from the the popup menu or hold on the left mouse button and drag toward upper_left corner.
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===General Chart Description: See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chart for more infomantion===
===General Chart Description: See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chart for more infomantion===
* A bar chart is a chart with rectangular bars of lengths usually proportional to the magnitudes or frequencies of what they represent.
* A bar chart is a chart with rectangular bars of lengths usually proportional to the magnitudes or frequencies of what they represent.
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*A pie chart is a circular chart divided into segments, illustrating relative magnitudes or frequencies. In a pie chart, the arc length of each segment and consequently its central angle and area, is proportional to the quantity it represents. Together, the segments create a full disk.
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* A pie chart is a circular chart divided into segments, illustrating relative magnitudes or frequencies. In a pie chart, the arc length of each segment and consequently its central angle and area, is proportional to the quantity it represents. Together, the segments create a full disk.
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Current revision as of 18:10, 26 July 2010

General Chart Control

  • Refer to the Complete List of SOCR Charts and the Charts Video Tutorials
  • Right click on the chart graph to show the popup menu.
  • To zoom in: Choose "ZoomIn" from the popup menu or hold on the left mouse button and focus on the area you want to zoom in and grag toward lower_right corner.
  • To zoom out: Choose "ZoomOut" from the the popup menu or hold on the left mouse button and drag toward upper_left corner.
  • To change chart properties such as background color, Font, outline stroke: Choose "Properties" from the popup menu and make the change to Title/Plot.

General Chart Description: See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chart for more infomantion

  • A bar chart is a chart with rectangular bars of lengths usually proportional to the magnitudes or frequencies of what they represent.
  • A pie chart is a circular chart divided into segments, illustrating relative magnitudes or frequencies. In a pie chart, the arc length of each segment and consequently its central angle and area, is proportional to the quantity it represents. Together, the segments create a full disk.


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