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additional JoinTypes

additional JoinTypes

additional JoinTypes

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Hello,

    My problem is I want to extend default array of available join types in com.sas.graphics.chart.JoinTypes class in SAS AppDev Studio. I don't know how to start with this matter. I have even problem in finding where existing joins definitions are stored (class or resource bundle I don't know ?).
    There are two join types I am particularly interested in: Open High Close Low (OHCL) and Box interpolations between points. In case of the box  interpolation (or join) I don't need any statistical power within interpolating mechanism (it does not have to be so clever as box interpolation in SAS/GRAPH),pure visualization of preprocessed descriptive statistics is essential.
    Well my question is based on assumption that it could be much easier to add new JoinType(OHCL and Box) and use it with existing graph component i.e. combination chart than trying to build or integrate new graph components (OHCL Chart and Box Chart respectively).
    I would be grateful if you could answer my question.

Regards,
Paweł Borkowski

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