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The line chart can be a basic one-dimensional Cartesian plot such as the one shown in this figure.

Each point in a line series contains a single data value. The data values are visualized as points on a line.

A line series can be assigned a border, fill effect, or depth for the line. The line can also be jagged or smooth or display drop lines. Assigning null for the border or fill effect indicates that the property is unset. Depth is measured relative to the floor grid cell (0 = no depth, 1 = depth of floor grid cell).

Each point in a line series can have a border or a fill effect for the line.

For more information on the line series object in the API, refer to the LineSeries class.

You can have any of these types of line charts, which represent different ways of displaying the series data.

• (standard) Line
• Stacked Line
• Stacked 100% (normalized) Line

The stacked line chart shows the points vertically stacked.

A stacked line series is a composite series that groups together two or more line series. A stacked line series can have a border, fill effect, or depth for the lines. You can also specify whether the line is jagged or smooth and whether drop lines are displayed. Assigning null for a border or fill effect indicates that the property is unset. Depth is measured relative to the floor grid cell (0 = no depth, 1 = depth of floor grid cell).

Each line series in a stacked line series can be assigned a border and a fill effect for the line.

積み上げられた折れ線系列に含まれる各データ点は、個々のデータ値を示します。 各データ値は、折れ線上の1つの点として表示されます。 積み上げられた各折れ線系列に含まれる各データ点には、折れ線の罫線および塗りつぶし効果を個別に指定できます。

Each point in a line series in a stacked line series has a single data value. The data value is visualized as a point on a line. Each point in a line series in a stacked line series can be assigned a border and a fill effect for the line.

The stacked 100% line chart shows the points vertically stacked and spread all the way to the top (100%) but spread proportionately; otherwise, it is similar to a stacked line chart.