Graph IDE ► Basic Graphics

A basic graphic is a graphic which has a single major graphic property and also has draw-related attributes. The exception is a Group graphic, which can be a collection of any type of graphic, but for which does not have any major graphic property apart from those of its elements.

The figure below shows examples of a basic graphics.

The following is a brief list and definition of basic graphics:

Section | Description |

Circle | A circle which can be transformed into an ellipse and also has associated attributes, such as wedge angles and graphic attributes. |

Cubic Bezier | A Cubic Bezier is a sequence of connected Cubic Bezier sections to form an open or closed curve. |

Curve | A Curve is either an line, elbow, or curved elbow with end caps and can be used for pointing to something. |

Group | A Group is a collection of graphics. |

Image | An Image is a raster or vector representation of a graphic. |

Label | A Label is a single line of text all of the same font and color. |

Line | A Line is a line segment. |

Path | A sequence of operations and operands which define a drawn figure. |

Polygon | A Polygon is a sequence of connected line segments to form an open or closed polygon or other related shape. |

Rectangle | A rectangle which can be transformed into a parallelogram and also has associated attributes, such as corner radius to produce an oval, and graphic attributes. |