Type definitions for Axes
 data AxisData x = AxisData {
 axis_viewport_ :: Range > x > Double
 axis_tropweiv_ :: Range > Double > x
 axis_ticks_ :: [(x, Double)]
 axis_labels_ :: [[(x, String)]]
 axis_grid_ :: [x]
 data AxisT x = AxisT RectEdge AxisStyle Bool (AxisData x)
 data AxisStyle = AxisStyle {}
 class Ord a => PlotValue a where
 type AxisFn x = [x] > AxisData x
 defaultAxisLineStyle :: CairoLineStyle
 defaultAxisStyle :: AxisStyle
 defaultGridLineStyle :: CairoLineStyle
 makeAxis :: PlotValue x => (x > String) > ([x], [x], [x]) > AxisData x
 makeAxis' :: Ord x => (x > Double) > (Double > x) > (x > String) > ([x], [x], [x]) > AxisData x
 axisToRenderable :: AxisT x > Renderable x
 renderAxisGrid :: RectSize > AxisT z > CRender ()
 axisOverhang :: Ord x => AxisT x > CRender (Double, Double)
 vmap :: PlotValue x => (x, x) > Range > x > Double
 invmap :: PlotValue x => (x, x) > Range > Double > x
 linMap :: (a > Double) > (a, a) > Range > a > Double
 invLinMap :: (Double > a) > (a > Double) > (a, a) > Range > Double > a
 axisGridAtTicks :: AxisData x > AxisData x
 axisGridAtLabels :: AxisData x > AxisData x
 axisGridHide :: AxisData x > AxisData x
 axisTicksHide :: AxisData x > AxisData x
 axisLabelsHide :: AxisData x > AxisData x
 axis_viewport :: forall x. T (AxisData x) (Range > x > Double)
 axis_tropweiv :: forall x. T (AxisData x) (Range > Double > x)
 axis_ticks :: forall x. T (AxisData x) [(x, Double)]
 axis_labels :: forall x. T (AxisData x) [[(x, String)]]
 axis_grid :: forall x. T (AxisData x) [x]
 axis_line_style :: T AxisStyle CairoLineStyle
 axis_label_style :: T AxisStyle CairoFontStyle
 axis_grid_style :: T AxisStyle CairoLineStyle
 axis_label_gap :: T AxisStyle Double
Documentation
The basic data associated with an axis showing values of type x.
AxisData  

Collect the information we need to render an axis. The bool is true if the axis direction is reversed.
Control values for how an axis gets displayed.
AxisStyle  

class Ord a => PlotValue a whereSource
A typeclass abstracting the functions we need to be able to plot against an axis of type a
type AxisFn x = [x] > AxisData xSource
A function to generate the axis data, given the data values to be plotted against it.
makeAxis :: PlotValue x => (x > String) > ([x], [x], [x]) > AxisData xSource
Construct an axis given the positions for ticks, grid lines, and labels, and the labelling function
makeAxis' :: Ord x => (x > Double) > (Double > x) > (x > String) > ([x], [x], [x]) > AxisData xSource
Construct an axis given the positions for ticks, grid lines, and labels, and the positioning and labelling functions
axisToRenderable :: AxisT x > Renderable xSource
Construct a renderable from an axis, in order that
it can be composed with other renderables and drawn. This
does not include the drawing of the grid, which must be done
separately by the renderAxisGrid
function.
axisOverhang :: Ord x => AxisT x > CRender (Double, Double)Source
Calculate the amount by which the labels extend beyond the ends of the axis.
vmap :: PlotValue x => (x, x) > Range > x > DoubleSource
A linear mapping of points in one range to another.
invmap :: PlotValue x => (x, x) > Range > Double > xSource
The inverse mapping from device coordinate range back to interesting values.
linMap :: (a > Double) > (a, a) > Range > a > DoubleSource
A linear mapping of points in one range to another.
invLinMap :: (Double > a) > (a > Double) > (a, a) > Range > Double > aSource
An inverse linear mapping of points from one range to another.
axisGridAtTicks :: AxisData x > AxisData xSource
Modifier to position grid lines to line up with the ticks
axisGridAtLabels :: AxisData x > AxisData xSource
Modifier to position grid lines to line up with the labels
axisGridHide :: AxisData x > AxisData xSource
Modifier to remove grid lines from an axis
axisTicksHide :: AxisData x > AxisData xSource
Modifier to remove ticks from an axis
axisLabelsHide :: AxisData x > AxisData xSource
Modifier to remove labels from an axis
axis_ticks :: forall x. T (AxisData x) [(x, Double)]Source
axis_labels :: forall x. T (AxisData x) [[(x, String)]]Source