Report Builder Chart Effects - 3D, Bevel, and Other
The impacts utilized profundity and visual effect outlines in Reporting Services paginated reports. They want to emphasize a particular slice of an exploded pie chart. The rotate and change the perspective of the chart people notice that slice first. When 3D effects applied chart, all gradient colors and hatching styles disabled.
Report Builder Chart Effects
Three-dimensional effects applied to individual charts. it is possible to display both two-dimensional and three-dimensional charts report. Add three-dimensional to a chart area Properties dialog box by selecting Enable 3D. The add visual impact to charts is embossed and textured styles in bar, column, pie and doughnut charts.
Coordinate-Based Three-Dimensional Charts
When working with coordinate-based chart types. three-dimensional impacts show the diagram with a third pivot, known as the "z-hub". The introduction of this third axis applies a variety of visual enhancements to chart.
Changing the White Space in a 3D Chart
The display a chart area in three-dimensional mode. Each series are shown in a separate row along the z-axis of the chart. change the measure of space between every arrangement. the outline's point by changing the Point Gap Depth property in the 3D Effects discourse box.
Changing the Projection of a 3D Chart
There are two types of 3D projections: oblique and perspective. An oblique projection to the chart adds a depth dimension to a two-dimensional chart. The z-pivot drawn at equal edges from the flat and vertical tomahawks. which stay opposite to each as in a two-dimensional outline. The projection transforms the chart view plane and re-drawing the chart. if it were being viewed from that point. The Rotation value shifts the view from "ground level" at 0 to overhead at 90. The Inclination value shifts the viewing angle to the left or right. A value of 0 is equal to a two-dimensional view of the chart. The Perspective value defines the percentage of distortion displaying the projection. This kind of projection keeps up the extents of the graph. the graph's appearance ends up compelling to use a lower level of the point of view.
In 2D charts, many series of data appear side-by-side. Clustering shows individual series in separate rows on a 3D chart. the graph that contains three arrangement of information focuses. grouping will show each of the three arrangement on a different line along the z-pivot. By default, all chart types shown in 3D clustered. Clustering disabled for bar and column charts. When clustering disabled, many bars and column series displayed side-by-side in one row.
Shape-Based Three-Dimensional Charts
Shape-based chart types have fewer three-dimensional effects available. When working with shape-based chart types change the rotation and inclination values only.
Charts rotated horizontal and vertical from -90 to 90 degrees. A positive horizontal angle will rotate the chart counter-clockwise around the x-axis. while a positive vertical angle will rotate the chart clockwise around the y-axis.
Highlighting 3D Effects
The add highlighting styles to a 3D diagram by means of the Shading property. The shows up under Area3DStyle in the Properties sheet graph range chose. A simple lighting style applies the same hue to the chart area elements. The style changes the chart area elements depending on a specified lighting angle.