This chapter contains information about percent bar graphs and contains the following sections:
In reality, a percent bar graph is a form of pie graph. And, similar to pie graphs, percent bar graphs effectively show data as a percentage of the whole. Percent bar graphs represent a single data category, with each data item in that category displayed as a separate bar. The size of the section corresponds to that data item’s percentage of the sum of all data items in the category. The following example shows exactly how they work.
Percent bar graphs always display with the largest percentage to the left (for vertical graphs) or top (horizontal graphs), and decreasing in percentage to the right or bottom.
Percent bar graphs are in the Standard Data Class (see Standard Data Class for details).
Percent bar graphs can be used for
Comparing data properties against the sum of the properties.
To create a percent bar graph with ITXML, use a command similar to the following:
<cit:percentbar-graph name=”graph” type=”percentbar”>
For more information about ITXML, see ITXML of the Corda CenterView Developer Reference.