The QLineSeries class presents data in line charts. More...
|QLineSeries(QObject *parent = nullptr)|
Reimplemented Public Functions
|virtual QAbstractSeries::SeriesType||type() const override|
A line chart is used to show information as a series of data points connected by straight lines.
Creating a basic line chart is simple:
QLineSeries* series = new QLineSeries(); series->append(0, 6); series->append(2, 4); ... chart->addSeries(series);
Member Function Documentation
[explicit] QLineSeries::QLineSeries(QObject *parent = nullptr)
Constructs an empty series object that is a child of parent. When the series object is added to a QChartView or QChart instance, the ownership is transferred.
[virtual noexcept] QLineSeries::~QLineSeries()
Destroys the object. Series added to QChartView or QChart instances are owned by the instances and deleted when the instances are destroyed.
[override virtual] QAbstractSeries::SeriesType QLineSeries::type() const
Reimplements an access function for property: QAbstractSeries::type.
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