Colour Gradients

For some features, XLCubed allows you to select a colour gradient to visualise a particular data set:

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The form has several parts to help you design the gradient:

  1. Selects a smooth gradient between the selected endpoints
  2. The colour model to use:
  3. The start colour for the gradient
  4. The end colour for the gradient
  5. Reverse the gradient (swaps the start and end colours)
  6. Moves the center of the gradient. This affects how much of the data range is assigned to which colour
  7. Selects a gradient split into blocks of colour instead of a smooth transition
  8. Several pre-configured segment patterns
  9. Edit the currently selected segment pattern
  10. A preview of the finished gradient

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