Appearance of point and line plots

To change appearance of points and lines you can specify the properties color, opacity and thickness. These properties are optional: if you do not specify them, the default values are used.

Note that there is a strict differentiation between graphical properties (such as color and opacity of points and lines) and data. As soon as you specify data that is mapped to a color axis, the color property will be ignored.

The basic structure of the code looks as follows (see also the tutorial):

To specify a color, please refer to the color property.

To control the order in which object are drawn (which object should be drawn over/under which object), use renderIndex (see Example: Fine-tuning the drawing order using the render index).

This example shows several colors and thicknesses.

This example shows different values for the opacity.