View2.qml Example File

qmlpolarchart/qml/qmlpolarchart/View2.qml
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import QtQuick 2.0 import QtCharts 2.0 Item { anchors.fill: parent PolarChartView { title: "Historical Area Series" anchors.fill: parent legend.visible: false antialiasing: true DateTimeAxis { id: axis1 format: "yyyy MMM" tickCount: 13 } ValueAxis { id: axis2 } LineSeries { id: lowerLine axisAngular: axis1 axisRadial: axis2 // Please note that month in JavaScript months are zero based, so 2 means March XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1950, 0, 1)); y: 15 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1962, 4, 1)); y: 35 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1970, 0, 1)); y: 50 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1978, 2, 1)); y: 75 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1987, 11, 1)); y: 102 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1992, 1, 1)); y: 132 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1998, 7, 1)); y: 100 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(2002, 4, 1)); y: 120 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(2012, 8, 1)); y: 140 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(2013, 5, 1)); y: 150 } } LineSeries { id: upperLine axisAngular: axis1 axisRadial: axis2 // Please note that month in JavaScript months are zero based, so 2 means March XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1950, 0, 1)); y: 30 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1962, 4, 1)); y: 55 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1970, 0, 1)); y: 80 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1978, 2, 1)); y: 105 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1987, 11, 1)); y: 125 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1992, 1, 1)); y: 160 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(1998, 7, 1)); y: 140 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(2002, 4, 1)); y: 140 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(2012, 8, 1)); y: 170 } XYPoint { x: toMsecsSinceEpoch(new Date(2013, 5, 1)); y: 200 } } AreaSeries { axisAngular: axis1 axisRadial: axis2 lowerSeries: lowerLine upperSeries: upperLine } } // DateTimeAxis is based on QDateTimes so we must convert our JavaScript dates to // milliseconds since epoch to make them match the DateTimeAxis values function toMsecsSinceEpoch(date) { var msecs = date.getTime(); return msecs; } }

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