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Re: [libreoffice-users] Formating Multiple Data Series in Calc XY Charts

On Thu, 14 Nov 2019 19:04:53 +0000 (UTC), bedfordmd@aol.com wrote:

> I have an application that requires a large number of data series to be plotted as an XY chart on the same axes.
> By default, each data series is plotted using a different symbol and colour but I need them to all use the same symbol and colour (specifically a small black dot).
> Of course, it's easy to edit every data series individually but this would be a very laborious process.
> I'd be interested if anyone knows of a simpler way of achieving this, even if it involves writing a macro.
> Thanks in anticipation of your response.

Make charts XY is little complicate but possible... look attach example gif.

This chart I generate with this code:

import easymacro as app

def chart_xy():
doc = app.get_document()
sheet = doc['Sheet1']
data = sheet['A1'].current_region
cell = sheet['A13']
name = 'MyChartXY'
if not sheet.exists_chart(name):
with cell.create_chart('XY') as c:
c.name = name
c.data = data
c.width = 10000
c.height = 8000
c.title.String = 'Test'
c.legend.CharColor = app.get_color('black')

easymacro is my library for easy develop macros in LibreOffice... you can more information in:

If you not have problem with Python, I can add custom function for setting each serie like you need.

Best regards.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Formating Multiple Data Series in Calc XY Charts"Mauricio Baeza" <public@elmau.net>
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