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Mark E. Kotanchek

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Registered: 12/11/04
BarChart3D styles
Posted: Jun 28, 1996 9:55 AM
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G'day,

I am trying to generate a _simple_ bar chart along the lines of...

BarChart3D[{{3,8},{2,8},{1,7.5},{0.5,7}},
XSpacing -> 0.25, YSpacing -> 0.1,
AxesEdge -> {Automatic, None, Automatic},
Boxed -> False,
Ticks -> {{{1,1},{2,"1.5"},{3,2.3},{4,3},{5,4}}, None, Automatic},
ViewPoint->{2, -20, 1.0}
];

Of course, I'm printing to a color printer and want MY results to stand out.
I'd like to do this by having the first row and second row in two different
colors. Alas, although the function browser says that I should be able to set
the style,...

BarChart3D[list, opts] creates a three-dimensional bar
graph of the rectangular matrix list.
BarChart3D[{{{z, style},...}...},opts] creates a bar
graph with a specific style for each bar.
BarChart3D[{{{x, y, z}, style}...}] creates a bar
graph of bars scattered at specific x and y coordinates
with height z and a specific style.

I cannot figure out what form is acceptable for "style". Needless to say, I am
a bit frustrated at the moment since surveying the slew of Mma books on my
shelves (as well as a trip to the bookstore to review THOSE books) did not
resolve this issue! Someplace along the line, someone needs to document the
options for the options in Mma!

Any help would be mutch appreciated. Thanks,

Mark.
--
Dr. Mark Kotanchek
Signal Processing Dept - 363 ASB
Applied Research Lab/Penn State
P.O. Box 30
State College, PA 16804








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