# Package org.jfree.data.xy

package org.jfree.data.xy

A package containing the

`XYDataset`

interface and related classes.-
All Classes and Interfaces Interfaces Classes ClassDescriptionAn base class that you can use to create new implementations of the`IntervalXYDataset`

interface.An base class that you can use to create new implementations of the`XYDataset`

interface.An base class that you can use to create new implementations of the`XYZDataset`

interface.An implementation variant of the`TableXYDataset`

where every series shares the same x-values (required for generating stacked area charts).A simple implementation of the`OHLCDataset`

interface.A dataset that defines a range (interval) for both the x-values and the y-values.A simple implementation of the`OHLCDataset`

interface.An`XYDataset`

where every series shares the same x-values (required for generating stacked area charts).A default implementation of the`WindDataset`

interface.A default implementation of the`XYDataset`

interface that stores data values in arrays of double primitives.A default implementation of the`XYZDataset`

interface that stores data values in arrays of double primitives.An extension of the`XYDataset`

interface that allows an x-interval and a y-interval to be defined.A delegate that handles the specification or automatic calculation of the interval surrounding the x-values in a dataset.An extension of the`XYZDataset`

interface that allows a range of data to be defined for any of the X values, the Y values, and the Z values.Represents a dense matrix M[i,j] where each Mij item of the matrix has a value (default is 0).Represents a collection of`MatrixSeries`

that can be used as a dataset.Represents a dense normalized matrix M[i,j] where each Mij item of the matrix has a value (default is 0).Represents a single (open-high-low-close) data item in an`DefaultOHLCDataset`

.An interface that defines data in the form of (x, high, low, open, close) tuples.A dataset containing one or more data series containing (x, y) data items, where all series in the dataset share the same set of x-values.A vector.A data item representing data in the form (x, y, deltaX, deltaY), intended for use by the`VectorSeries`

class.A list of (x,y, deltaX, deltaY) data items.A collection of`VectorSeries`

objects.An extension of the`XYDataset`

interface that allows a vector to be defined at a specific (x, y) location.Interface for a dataset that supplies wind intensity and direction values observed at various points in time.An item representing data in the form (x, x-low, x-high, y).A list of (x, x-low, x-high, y) data items.A collection of`XIntervalSeries`

objects.Represent a data set where X is a symbolic values.A dataset wrapper class that converts a standard`XYDataset`

into an`IntervalXYDataset`

suitable for use in creating XY bar charts.Represents an (x, y) coordinate.Represents one (x, y) data item for an`XYSeries`

.An interface through which data in the form of (x, y) items can be accessed.A READ-ONLY wrapper around a`TableXYDataset`

to convert it to a table model for use in a JTable.An interface that can (optionally) be implemented by a dataset to assist in determining the minimum and maximum x-values in the dataset.An xy-interval.An item representing data in the form (x, x-low, x-high, y, y-low, y-high).A list of (x, x-low, x-high, y, y-low, y-high) data items.A collection of`XYIntervalSeries`

objects.XYItemKey<S extends Comparable<S>>An object that references one data item in an`XYZDataset`

.An interface that can (optionally) be implemented by a dataset to assist in determining the minimum and maximum y-values.Represents a sequence of zero or more data items in the form (x, y).Represents a collection of`XYSeries`

objects that can be used as a dataset.The interface through which JFreeChart obtains data in the form of (x, y, z) items - used for XY and XYZ plots.A y-interval.An item representing data in the form (x, y, y-low, y-high).A list of (x, y, y-low, y-high) data items.A collection of`YIntervalSeries`

objects.Represent a data set where Y is a symbolic values.A y-value plus the bounds for the related x-interval.