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How to specify the bubble size of Bubble Charts?
Two data sets are implied: The first data set contains the (x,y) pairs that specify the position of each bubble. The second data set contains the bubble sizes as y values; in this data set, the x values are ignored.
The actual size of the bubble displayed is computed according to the following formula:
(maxSize-minSize) * (yValue-min)/(max-min) + minSize
where min and max are the limits of the y-values stored in the size data set,
yValue is the y-value of a point in this data set, and
minSize are specified by the
setMinSize(int) methods respectively. (Refer to the
IlvSingleBubbleRenderer JavaDoc for more information.)
There are two cases where this formula is simplified to
- When you have only one data point in the "size" data set, then the yValue-min will always be 0.
- When you specify the same size for all bubbles within the dataset, yValue-min will also be 0. Hence, the bubble size will always be the value of your
minSizein these two scenarios.
To specify the bubble size in these scenarios, you need to explicitly set the
minSize value with the appropriate value using
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