Displaying Structural Data
There are several ways to view structural data. In the scene below, structural data is displayed using the Flat colour option, with positive (red) and negative (blue) sides shown:
You can change the colours used to display the positive and negative sides using the controls in the shape list. You can also display the data points as Thick disks, Flat disks or as Outlined flat disks. You can change the Disk radius and the Disk size using the controls in the shape properties panel.
Another way of displaying structural data is to display the categories as different colours:
You can change the colours used to display the different categories by clicking on Edit Colours in the shape list. In the window that appears, click on the colour chip for each category and change it as described in Display Colours.
To set multiple categories to a single colour, use the Shift or Ctrl keys to select the colour chips you wish to change, then click on one of the colour chips. The colour changes you make will be made to all selected categories.
You can also edit structural data in the scene. To do this, click on the Edit button () in the shape list. See Editing Structural Data.