2D Line Plots - Case Profiles - Appearance Tab

Graphical Analytic Techniques

Select the Appearance tab of the 2D Line Plots - Case Profiles Startup Panel to access options to specify the appearance of the plot. After the graph is created, you can further customize the arrangement and appearance of various components via the Graph Options dialog box, accessible by double-clicking in the background of a graph, or:

Ribbon bar. When a graph is active, select the Edit tab. In the Options group, click Graph to display the Graph Options dialog box.

Classic menus. When a graph is active, from the Format menu, select Graph Options to display the Graph Options dialog box.

Graph type. Select the type of line plot to be plotted from the Graph type list. For more information about a specific type, click the link below.

Graph style. Use the options in this group box to specify which graph style to use when creating the specified plot.

Use graph style. Select the graph style you want to use from this drop-down list. For more details on using and creating styles, see Graphics Styles - Overview.

Set as default style. Select this check box to set the currently specified graph style as the new default style. It will then be used for all graphs unless otherwise specified.

Get System default. Click this button to retrieve the system default graph style.

Document style. Use the options in this group box to specify which document style to use when creating the specified plot.

Use document style. Select the document style you want to use from this drop-down list. For more details on the document styles available, see  Document Styles - Overview.

Set as default document style. Select this check box to set the currently selected document style as the new default style. The document style will then be used for all graphs unless otherwise specified.

Get System default. Click this button to retrieve the system default document style.