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In this demo, the BarGauge uses one of the predefined palettes for coloring bars. This palette is specified by the palette option. You are not limited to use only the predefined palettes. To specify your own palette, assign an array of required colors to the option mentioned before.
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$(function(){ $("#gauge").dxBarGauge({ startValue: -50, endValue: 50, baseValue: 0, values: [-21.3, 14.8, -30.9, 45.2], label: { customizeText: function (arg) { return arg.valueText + " mm"; } }, "export": { enabled: true }, palette: "ocean", title: { text: "Deviations in the Manufactured Parts", font: { size: 28 } } }); });
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#gauge { height: 440px; width: 100%; }