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    Stock Chart
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    Stock chart is used to illustrate fluctuations in data over a time. It can represent fluctuations in stock, rainfall, or annual temperatures. The data arranged in columns or rows of a worksheet can be plotted in a Stock chart. 

    GcExcel supports the following types of Stock charts.

    Chart Type Chart Snapshot Use Case
    StockHLC
    StockHLC chart

    StockHLC chart

    A high-low-close chart displays the data values organized in the order: high, low, close with the close value lying in between the high and low values.
    StockOHLC
    StockOHLC chart

    StockOHLC chart

    An open-high-low-close chart displays the data values organized in the order: open, high, low and close.
    StockVHLC
    StockVHLC chart

    StockVHLC chart

    A volume-high-low-close chart displays the data values organized in the order: volume, high, low and close.
    StockVOHLC
    StockVOHLC chart

    StockVOHLC chart

    A volume-open-high-low-close chart displays the data values organized in the order : volume, open, high, low and close.

    Using Code

    Refer the following code to add StockVOHLC chart:

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     public void StockCharts()
     {
         // Initialize workbook
         Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
         // Fetch default worksheet 
         IWorksheet worksheet = workbook.Worksheets[0];
    
         // Prepare data for chart
         worksheet.Range["A1:D17"].Value = new object[,] {
        { null, "High", "Low", "Close" },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 1), 105.76, 92.38, 100.94 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 2), 102.45, 90.14, 93.45 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 3),102.11, 85.01, 99.89 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 4), 106.01, 94.04, 99.45 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 5),108.23, 98.16, 104.33 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 8),107.7, 91.02, 102.17 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 9),110.36, 101.62, 110.07 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 10),115.97, 106.89, 112.39 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 11),120.32, 112.15, 117.52 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 12),122.03, 114.67, 114.75 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 15),120.46, 106.21, 116.85 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 16),118.08, 113.55, 116.69 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 17),128.23, 110.91, 117.25 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 18),120.55, 108.09, 112.52 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 19),112.58, 105.42, 109.12 },
        { new DateTime(2019, 9, 22),115.23, 97.25, 101.56 },
    
    };
         worksheet.Range["A:D"].Columns.AutoFit();
    
         // Add Stock Chart
         IShape stockChartshape = worksheet.Shapes.AddChart(ChartType.StockVOHLC, 350, 20, 360, 230);
    
         // Adding series to SeriesCollection
         stockChartshape.Chart.SeriesCollection.Add(worksheet.Range["A1:D17"], RowCol.Columns);
    
         // Configure Chart Title 
         stockChartshape.Chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Market Data Analysis";
    
         // Configure value axis
         IAxis valueAxis = stockChartshape.Chart.Axes.Item(AxisType.Value);
         valueAxis.MinimumScale = 80;
         valueAxis.MaximumScale = 140;
         valueAxis.MajorUnit = 15;
    
         // Configure category axis
         IAxis categoryAxis = stockChartshape.Chart.Axes.Item(AxisType.Category);
         categoryAxis.CategoryType = CategoryType.CategoryScale;
         categoryAxis.MajorTickMark = TickMark.Outside;
         categoryAxis.TickLabelSpacingIsAuto = false;
         categoryAxis.TickLabelSpacing = 5;
    
         // Configure Close Series Style
         ISeries series_close = stockChartshape.Chart.SeriesCollection[2];
         series_close.MarkerStyle = MarkerStyle.Diamond;
         series_close.Has3DEffect = true;
    
         // Saving workbook to Xlsx
         workbook.Save("23-StockChart.xlsx", SaveFileFormat.Xlsx);
     }