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JavaFX is an expressive client platform with the combination of the best capabilities of the Java platform to develop dynamic applications for the next generation of web delivered content. Developers use JavaFX Scripts – a declarative language to build JavaFX apps.


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Posted on: November 21, 2009

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Ananth
February 28, 2013
Dynamic Stacked Bar Chart

In the below example i have 3 series Region 1,2 & 3.. i want these series also to be dyanamic what ive done is used a mysql query using the DISTINCT CLAUSE got all the values of the attribute now depending on how many distinct values i have i ned that many Series. n then the values for these Series again needs an invocation of the Mysql query. public class StackedBarChartSmple extends Application { private void init(Stage primaryStage) { Group root = new Group(); primaryStage.setScene(new Scene(root)); String[] years = {"2007", "2008", "2009"}; CategoryAxis xAxis = CategoryAxisBuilder.create() .categories(FXCollections.<String>observableArrayList(years)).build(); NumberAxis yAxis = NumberAxisBuilder.create() .label("Units Sold") .lowerBound(0.0d) .upperBound(10000.0d) .tickUnit(1000.0d).build(); ObservableList<StackedBarChart.Series> barChartData = FXCollections.observableArrayList( new StackedBarChart.Series("Region 1", FXCollections.observableArrayList( new StackedBarChart.Data(years[0], 567d), new StackedBarChart.Data(years[1], 1292d), new StackedBarChart.Data(years[2], 1292d) )), new StackedBarChart.Series("Region 2", FXCollections.observableArrayList( new StackedBarChart.Data(years[0], 956), new StackedBarChart.Data(years[1], 1665), new StackedBarChart.Data(years[2], 2559) )), new StackedBarChart.Series("Region 3", FXCollections.observableArrayList( new StackedBarChart.Data(years[0], 1154), new StackedBarChart.Data(years[1], 1927), new StackedBarChart.Data(years[2], 2774) )) ); StackedBarChart chart = new StackedBarChart(xAxis, yAxis, barChartData, 25.0d); root.getChildren().add(chart); } @Override public void start(Stage primaryStage) throws Exception { init(primaryStage); primaryStage.show(); } public static void main(String[] args) { launch(args); } }
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