Comparing Data Sets with Area Graphs
Area graphs are useful for comparing different datasets. For example, given a vector containing sales figures,
for the five-year period
and a vector containing profits figures for the same five-year period,
display both as two separate area graphs within the same axes. Set the color of the area interior (
FaceColor), its edges (
EdgeColor), and the width of the edge lines (
patch for a complete list of properties.
To annotate the graph, use the statements
|Area Graphs||Pie Charts|
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