Horizontal 3D Line Graph
The Horizontal 3D Line graph or series is functionally identical to the 3D
Line series and is used to represent data as a ribbon-like three-dimensional
The only difference between the two series is that the vertical and horizontal
axes switch their roles in the two series. The Horizontal 3D Line series has two mandatory
components, Position and Value. The data in these two
components respectively specify the positions and values of the series
pieces. It also has an optional
component called LabelMember whose data may be used as the mark labels
for the series pieces.
Each pair of data in the two mandatory series components may be optionally
represented as a point on the line. The Points property determines the
appearance of the points on the line.
If the Stairs property is set to true, the series will be drawn as
a stair-like ribbon.