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<onlyinclude>Returns a bitmap object that represents the plot. (
<onlyinclude>Returns a bitmap object that represents the plot. (.NET only)</onlyinclude>
== Syntax ==
== Syntax ==
Latest revision as of 15:11, 3 August 2017
Returns a bitmap object that represents the plot. (.NET only)
.CreatePlot(PlotType, UserSettings, Width, Height)
- Required. The type of plot to create. Can be any WAPlotType constant.
- Optional. The WAPlotSettings object that represents the plot's settings.
- Optional. Integer. The plot width. Default value = 1150 pixels.
- Optional. Integer. The plot height. Default value = 800 pixels.
To create a plot, you must first add an object to the plot:
The following example uses a
WeibullDataSet object to create the plot.
VB.NET 'Declare a WeibullDataSet object. Dim WDS As New WeibullDataSet 'Add failures to the data set. WDS.AddFailure(1, 1) WDS.AddFailure(2, 1) WDS.AddFailure(3, 1) 'Fit the data to the life distribution, using all default analysis settings. WDS.Calculate 'Create a WAPlots object. Dim MyPlot As New WAPlots 'Add the calculated data set to the plot. MyPlot.AddDataset(WDS) 'Create a Probability plot and display it. This example assumes that a PictureBox control called "PictureBox1" 'already exists in the Windows Form project. PictureBox1.Image = MyPlot.CreatePlot(WAPlotType.Probability)