public class PlotEvent extends Object
PlotListener
when a plot has been completed.
This describes the state which led to the plot and any useful values
calculated as the plot was performed which would be difficult or
inefficient to determine without doing a plot.
Specialised subclasses may be defined to encapsulate additional such
values.Constructor and Description 

PlotEvent(Component source,
PlotState plotState,
int nPotential,
int nIncluded,
int nVisible)
Constructor.

Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

int 
getIncludedPointCount()
Returns the number of points included in subsets which were
selected for plotting.

PlotState 
getPlotState()
Returns the plot state defining the characteristics of the plot.

int 
getPotentialPointCount()
Returns the number of points in the point set which were available
for plotting.

Component 
getSource()
Returns the component in which the plot was done.

int 
getVisiblePointCount()
Returns the number of points which were actually plotted.

public PlotEvent(Component source, PlotState plotState, int nPotential, int nIncluded, int nVisible)
source
 source of this eventplotState
 plot state reflected by this change eventnPotential
 total number of points availablenIncluded
 number of points included in marked subsetsnVisible
 number of points actually plotted
(may be less than nIncluded if some are out of bounds)public Component getSource()
public PlotState getPlotState()
public int getPotentialPointCount()
public int getIncludedPointCount()
public int getVisiblePointCount()
getIncludedPointCount()
if some have blank values or
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