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# GaugeLabels

GaugeLabels
is an option for gauge functions that specifies labels to be placed on the gauge.

## DetailsDetails

• GaugeLabels can take the following forms:
•  None no gauge labels Automatic include units as labels Full include units and a value as labels All include all values as labels "Value" include values as labels "Unit" include units as labels label use label as a label Placed[label,pos] place label at position pos {label1,label2,...} use multiple labels
• or {} will not include any labels.
• GaugeLabels->label specifies a label at an automatic location on the gauge.
• Any expression can be specified as a label. It will be given by default in TraditionalForm. Arbitrary strings of text can be given as .
• With the setting of GaugeLabels->"Value", a numeric representation of the gauge value is included on the gauge.
• If units are present, the setting of GaugeLabels->"Unit" will include a label of the units on the gauge.
• If there are multiple markers, only the first value is labeled automatically.
• GaugeLabels->Placed[label, pos] includes label at position pos.
• GaugeLabels->{label1, label2, ...} includes multiple labels in the gauge.
• In gauge functions, Placed allows the following positions:
•  Top,Bottom,Left,Right,Center positions within the gauge face bs position along the scale Scaled[bs] scaled position along the scale {bx,by} scaled position in the gauge {pos,{lx,ly}} scaled position in the label at general position pos in the gauge

## ExamplesExamplesopen allclose all

### Basic Examples (12)Basic Examples (12)

Use Automatic to display the gauge value:

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Place a label on the gauge:

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Labels can be any expression:

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If units are present, they can be added as a label to the gauge:

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Use to label the gauge value and units if present:

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Use Placed to control label placement:

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Add a display of the gauge units:

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Use a list to specify more than one label:

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Position labels at values along the scale:

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Position labels using a scaled coordinate system along the scale:

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Use a scaled coordinate system over the entire gauge:

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Place all labels at the middle of the scale and vary the coordinates within the label:

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### Possible Issues (2)Possible Issues (2)

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