Chart Styling & Layout
From overall layout to details of particular features, the Wolfram Language allows broad manual and programmatic control of the appearance of charts—fully integrated with its symbolic representation of graphics, interactivity, and analysis. Drawing on its unique computational aesthetics technology and award-winning graphic design, the Wolfram Language makes it easy to achieve a level of chart styling that has in the past only been accessible through detailed hand rendering.
Style — styling wrapper for individual data elements or datasets
ChartStyle — overall styles for data categories
Red ▪ LightRed ▪ ColorData ▪ ColorFunction ▪ ...
Pictorial & Special Effects
ChartElements — graphics to use to represent elements in a chart
ChartElementFunction — general function for generating chart elements
Chart Element Schemes — palette of built-in chart element appearances
ChartLayout — the overall layout for a chart (e.g. "Stacked", "Grouped", ...)
Bar & Rectangle Charts
BarOrigin — the orientation of the bars in a bar chart
BarSpacing — spacing to leave between bars and groups of bars
Joined — whether to join bars
Pie & Sector Charts
SectorOrigin — where the first sector should be placed
SectorSpacing — spacing to leave between sectors and groups of sectors
PolarAxes ▪ PolarTicks ▪ PolarGridLines ▪ PolarAxesOrigin
BubbleSizes — the overall size of bubbles to display
BubbleScale — how to scale bubble sizes with data values
Labeling, Legending & Annotation »
Labeled ▪ Legended ▪ ChartLabels ▪ ChartLegends ▪ Tooltip ▪ ...
Overall Appearance »
ImageSize — the overall size of the chart
AspectRatio ▪ Background ▪ BoxRatios ▪ PlotLabel ▪ GridLines ▪ ...