Click the Home
| New Graph | Specialty | High-Low-Close Plot or Home | New Graph | Specialty | High-Low-Close
Candlestick Plot command to display a range of Y values
at each X value. This plot is commonly used to display the daily
high, low, opening, and closing stock values, although it can
be used for other data types. A vertical line is drawn between
the high and low values, and horizontal lines show the opening
and closing values. The opening value is a horizontal line to
the left of the hi-low vertical line, and the closing value is
a horizontal line to the right of the hi-low vertical line. Opening
and closing values are optional. The high values must be greater
than the low values. Hi-low-close plots may also be drawn as "candlestick"
plots where a box is drawn between the opening and closing values.
Click the High-Low-Close
Plot or High-Low-Close
Candlestick Plot buttons to create high-low-close plots.
|Hi-low-close plots show four
variables, typically stock values.
Creating a New High-Low-Close Plot
To create a high-low-close plot:
- Click the Home
| New Graph | High-Low-Close Plot or Home
| New Graph | High-Low-Close Candlestick Plot command
- Select a data file in the Open
Worksheet dialog. You can select a new data file or you can
select an open data file in the Open
- Click the Open
button. A high-low-close plot or high-low-close candlestick plot is
created using the default properties.
Editing High-Low-Close Plot Properties
To change the features of a high-low-close plot, including the columns used to create the graph, select the high-low-close
plot in the plot window or Object
then edit its properties in the Property
Click the following tabs in the Property
Manager to change different properties:
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