openpyxl.chart.error_bar module

class openpyxl.chart.error_bar.ErrorBars(errDir=None, errBarType='both', errValType='fixedVal', noEndCap=None, plus=None, minus=None, val=None, spPr=None, extLst=None)[source]

Bases: openpyxl.descriptors.serialisable.Serialisable

direction

Aliases can be used when either the desired attribute name is not allowed or confusing in Python (eg. “type”) or a more descriptve name is desired (eg. “underline” for “u”)

errBarType

Value must be one of {‘both’, ‘minus’, ‘plus’}

errDir

Value must be one of {‘x’, ‘y’}

errValType

Value must be one of {‘cust’, ‘stdDev’, ‘percentage’, ‘fixedVal’, ‘stdErr’}

extLst

Values must be of type <class ‘openpyxl.descriptors.excel.ExtensionList’>

graphicalProperties

Aliases can be used when either the desired attribute name is not allowed or confusing in Python (eg. “type”) or a more descriptve name is desired (eg. “underline” for “u”)

minus

Values must be of type <class ‘openpyxl.chart.data_source.NumDataSource’>

noEndCap

Values must be of type <class ‘bool’>

plus

Values must be of type <class ‘openpyxl.chart.data_source.NumDataSource’>

size

Aliases can be used when either the desired attribute name is not allowed or confusing in Python (eg. “type”) or a more descriptve name is desired (eg. “underline” for “u”)

spPr

Values must be of type <class ‘openpyxl.chart.shapes.GraphicalProperties’>

style

Aliases can be used when either the desired attribute name is not allowed or confusing in Python (eg. “type”) or a more descriptve name is desired (eg. “underline” for “u”)

tagname = 'errBars'
val

Values must be of type <class ‘float’>