## Polar Type

### Constructors

 Constructor Description  Polar()  Full Usage: Polar() Returns: Polar Returns: Polar

### Static members

 Static member Description  Polar.init (?Domain, ?Sector, ?Hole, ?BGColor, ?RadialAxis, ?AngularAxis, ?GridShape, ?UIRevision)  Full Usage: Polar.init (?Domain, ?Sector, ?Hole, ?BGColor, ?RadialAxis, ?AngularAxis, ?GridShape, ?UIRevision) Parameters: ?Domain : Domain - Sets the domain of this polar subplot ?Sector : float * float - Sets angular span of this polar subplot with two angles (in degrees). Sector are assumed to be spanned in the counterclockwise direction with "0" corresponding to rightmost limit of the polar subplot. ?Hole : float - Sets the fraction of the radius to cut out of the polar subplot. ?BGColor : Color - Set the background color of the subplot ?RadialAxis : RadialAxis - Sets the radial axis of the polar subplot. ?AngularAxis : AngularAxis - Sets the angular axis of the polar subplot. ?GridShape : PolarGridShape - Determines if the radial axis grid lines and angular axis line are drawn as "circular" sectors or as "linear" (polygon) sectors. Has an effect only when the angular axis has type "category". Note that radialaxis.angle is snapped to the angle of the closest vertex when gridshape is "circular" (so that radial axis scale is the same as the data scale). ?UIRevision : string - Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis attributes, if not overridden in the individual axes. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Returns: Polar Initialize a Polar object that contains layout options concerned with polar plots. ?Domain : Domain Sets the domain of this polar subplot ?Sector : float * float Sets angular span of this polar subplot with two angles (in degrees). Sector are assumed to be spanned in the counterclockwise direction with "0" corresponding to rightmost limit of the polar subplot. ?Hole : float Sets the fraction of the radius to cut out of the polar subplot. ?BGColor : Color Set the background color of the subplot ?RadialAxis : RadialAxis Sets the radial axis of the polar subplot. ?AngularAxis : AngularAxis Sets the angular axis of the polar subplot. ?GridShape : PolarGridShape Determines if the radial axis grid lines and angular axis line are drawn as "circular" sectors or as "linear" (polygon) sectors. Has an effect only when the angular axis has type "category". Note that radialaxis.angle is snapped to the angle of the closest vertex when gridshape is "circular" (so that radial axis scale is the same as the data scale). ?UIRevision : string Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis attributes, if not overridden in the individual axes. Defaults to layout.uirevision. Returns: Polar  Polar.style (?Domain, ?Sector, ?Hole, ?BGColor, ?RadialAxis, ?AngularAxis, ?GridShape, ?UIRevision, ?BarMode, ?BarGap)  Full Usage: Polar.style (?Domain, ?Sector, ?Hole, ?BGColor, ?RadialAxis, ?AngularAxis, ?GridShape, ?UIRevision, ?BarMode, ?BarGap) Parameters: ?Domain : Domain - Sets the domain of this polar subplot ?Sector : float * float - Sets angular span of this polar subplot with two angles (in degrees). Sector are assumed to be spanned in the counterclockwise direction with "0" corresponding to rightmost limit of the polar subplot. ?Hole : float - Sets the fraction of the radius to cut out of the polar subplot. ?BGColor : Color - Set the background color of the subplot ?RadialAxis : RadialAxis - Sets the radial axis of the polar subplot. ?AngularAxis : AngularAxis - Sets the angular axis of the polar subplot. ?GridShape : PolarGridShape - Determines if the radial axis grid lines and angular axis line are drawn as "circular" sectors or as "linear" (polygon) sectors. Has an effect only when the angular axis has type "category". Note that radialaxis.angle is snapped to the angle of the closest vertex when gridshape is "circular" (so that radial axis scale is the same as the data scale). ?UIRevision : string - Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis attributes, if not overridden in the individual axes. Defaults to layout.uirevision. ?BarMode : BarMode - Determines how bars at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. With "stack", the bars are stacked on top of one another With "relative", the bars are stacked on top of one another, with negative values below the axis, positive values above With "group", the bars are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. With "overlay", the bars are plotted over one another, you might need to an "opacity" to see multiple bars. ?BarGap : float - Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of adjacent location coordinates. Returns: Polar -> Polar Create a function that applies the given style parameters to a Polar object ?Domain : Domain Sets the domain of this polar subplot ?Sector : float * float Sets angular span of this polar subplot with two angles (in degrees). Sector are assumed to be spanned in the counterclockwise direction with "0" corresponding to rightmost limit of the polar subplot. ?Hole : float Sets the fraction of the radius to cut out of the polar subplot. ?BGColor : Color Set the background color of the subplot ?RadialAxis : RadialAxis Sets the radial axis of the polar subplot. ?AngularAxis : AngularAxis Sets the angular axis of the polar subplot. ?GridShape : PolarGridShape Determines if the radial axis grid lines and angular axis line are drawn as "circular" sectors or as "linear" (polygon) sectors. Has an effect only when the angular axis has type "category". Note that radialaxis.angle is snapped to the angle of the closest vertex when gridshape is "circular" (so that radial axis scale is the same as the data scale). ?UIRevision : string Controls persistence of user-driven changes in axis attributes, if not overridden in the individual axes. Defaults to layout.uirevision. ?BarMode : BarMode Determines how bars at the same location coordinate are displayed on the graph. With "stack", the bars are stacked on top of one another With "relative", the bars are stacked on top of one another, with negative values below the axis, positive values above With "group", the bars are plotted next to one another centered around the shared location. With "overlay", the bars are plotted over one another, you might need to an "opacity" to see multiple bars. ?BarGap : float Sets the gap (in plot fraction) between bars of adjacent location coordinates. Returns: Polar -> Polar