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bar3, bar3h

3-D bar chart

Syntax

bar3(tsobj)
bar3(tsobj, width)
bar3(..., 'style')
hbar3 = bar3(...)
bar3h(...)
hbar3h = bar3h(...)

Arguments

tsobj

Financial time series object.

width

Width of the bars and separation of bars within a group. (Default = 0.8.) If width is 1, the bars within a group touch one another. Values > 1 produce overlapping bars.

style

'detached' (default), 'grouped', or 'stacked'.

Description

bar3, bar3h draw three-dimensional vertical and horizontal bar charts.

bar3(tsobj) draws the columns of data series of the object tsobj. The number of data series dictates the number of vertical bars per group. Each group is the data for one particular date.

bar3(tsobj, width) specifies the width of the bars.

bar3(..., 'style') changes the style of the bar chart.

hbar3 = bar3(...) returns a vector of bar handles.

Use the MATLAB® command shading faceted to put edges on the bars. Use shading flat to turn edges off.

Examples

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Create a Three-Dimensional Bar Chart

This example shows how to create a three-dimensional bar chart for Disney stock showing high, low, opening, and closing prices.

load disney
bar3(q_dis, 'stacked')
title('Three-Dimensional Bar Chart of Disney Prices')

Create a Three-Dimensional (Stacked) Bar Chart

This example shows how to create a three-dimensional, stacked bar chart for Disney stock showing high, low, opening, and closing prices.

load disney
bar3(q_dis, 'stacked')
title('Three-Dimensional Bar Chart of Disney Prices (Stacked)')

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