This sample gauge chart is to show how to create a circular type gauge with the gradient effect.
... <CircularGauge ... minimumAngle="320" maximumAngle="0" ... maximum="500" ... > </CircularGauge> ...
|startAngle||The startAngle attribute controls the start of the gauge. The valid value range is "0 - 360". If startAngle="0" ( = "360" ), then the gauge starts at 3 o'clock location, and as the value increases, the start location increases to clockwise.|
|minimumAngle||The minimumAngle attribute controls the minumum location of the gauge. As the value of minimumAngle in the above example is "30", the gauge starts ( the point of "0" ) at 30 degrees clockwise from 90 degrees ( startAngle="90" ).|
|maximumAngle||The maximumAngle attribute controls the maximum location of the gauge.|
|minimum||The minimum attribute determines the minumum value of the gauge.|
|maximum||The maximum attribute determines the maximum value of the gauge.|
|interval||The interval attribute controls the distance between two major ticks.|
|minorInterval||The minorInterval attribute controls the distance between two minor ticks.|
|outFrameLabelXOffset||The outFrameLabelXOffset attribute is used to set the x-axis offset for the labels which are outside the value range of the gauge.|
|outFrameLabelYOffset||The outFrameLabelYOffset attribute is used to set the y-axis offset for the labels which are outside the value range of the gauge.|