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Histogram: how to create a legend for an ACROSS field?

Histogram: how to create a legend for an ACROSS field?

Histogram: how to create a legend for an ACROSS field?

(OP)
Hello!

Normally a legend is automatically created when you have more than one verb object. The legend then displays the explanation for all the verb objects. Yet what I need is a legend for the different values of one ACROSS field. How do I generate this? Does anybody know?

Regards
Eva

RE: Histogram: how to create a legend for an ACROSS field?

I think this might work or at least lead you down the path.
Use the online help at IBI to search graphstyle

TABLE FILE CAR
SUM SALES
ACROSS CAR
ON GRAPH SET GRAPHSTYLE *
setLegendMarkerPosition(2);
-*see documentation for valid values  (2)
setLegendDisplay(true);
ENDSTYLE

eSearing.com
version 2.something now available

RE: Histogram: how to create a legend for an ACROSS field?

(OP)
Hello eSearing,

I was looking for methods like setLegendMarkerPosition(2);
but cannot find them in my manual or on the ibi homepage. Can you tell me where to find it? And of course where to find more such methods I can use with graphs.

Thanx a lot
Eva

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