Fine tuning appearance of charts produced by Chart::Lines: is itpossible?

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by Ted Byers, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. Ted Byers

    Ted Byers Guest

    I have been searching through the documentation for Chart::Lines to no
    avail. What I am looking for is a way to have the chart format the
    tick labels for the Y axis. In one case, I need to append the '%'
    symbol to the number displyed, whatever that number is, and in another
    I need to prepend the "$" to the number. Not only do I have functions
    that do this to output I send to a file, or into a PDF::Table, I have
    a function that inserts ',' into numbers greather than or equal to
    1,000, to make such numbers easier to read.

    How can I tell Chart::Lines to use a particular format, or, better, to
    use one of my functions, to format the tick labels?

    Thanks

    Ted
     
    Ted Byers, Oct 23, 2008
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