Can I change the appearance of the graphs created in Graph Wizard?
Graph Wizard uses a 3rd party graphing engine which is integrated into the SCADAR software. Occasionally we are asked whether it's possible to make custom changes to the appearance of the graphs on SCADAR to suit a specific use case. For example, is it possible to change the color of a line from green to blue?
While we undestand the desire to customize a graph's appearance, unfortunately these changes are not easily possible given the way SCADAR is integrated with the graphing engine. This means that features such as graph color, layout, line type, legend type etc. are predetermined and may not be changed within the software.
Graph Wizard - BLANK
Graph Wizard - BLANK is the default location where SCADAR.NET Auditors or Consultants 'LAND' when navigating to Graph Wizard. From here, users can proceed to select all, one or a variety of supply side or demand side graphs for plotting. Once a user ...
SCADAR.NET, GRAPH WIZARD, FEATURES EXPLAINED
Use this information bulletin for an in-depth explanation how Graph Wizard works. This information bulletin was produced following the release of SCADAR.NET V12 Page style, layout and graphical content can change over time!
How to save Graphs or Charts and add them to a report in Publish Wizard
Savings a Graph or a Chart: You can save a single Graph or Chart or 'all' open charts and Graphs! To save a single Graph or Chart use the 'save' button to the right of the individual Graph or Chart container The save button to the right of the ...
Understanding the alternative methods Graph Wizard uses to plot and display graph data
Graph Wizard features a 'display mode' button within each graph... its one of the buttons in the small tool bar that hangs onto the right edge of every graph box! It’s worth considering how data is gathered, stored and then used to understand the ...
I want to create my own report using the Simulation Wizard chart and graph
If you want to create your own report (i.e. instead of using the Create PDF feature within Simulation Wizard) you can do this in one of two ways. You can save the graph or chart as images and use the direct download toolbar feature to download the ...