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jfreechart example source code file (DefaultIntervalXYDataset.java)

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The jfreechart DefaultIntervalXYDataset.java source code

/* ===========================================================
 * JFreeChart : a free chart library for the Java(tm) platform
 * ===========================================================
 *
 * (C) Copyright 2000-2008, by Object Refinery Limited and Contributors.
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 *
 * -----------------------------
 * DefaultIntervalXYDataset.java
 * -----------------------------
 * (C) Copyright 2006-2008, by Object Refinery Limited and Contributors.
 *
 * Original Author:  David Gilbert (for Object Refinery Limited);
 * Contributor(s):   -;
 *
 * Changes
 * -------
 * 23-Oct-2006 : Version 1 (DG);
 * 02-Nov-2006 : Fixed a problem with adding a new series with the same key
 *               as an existing series (see bug 1589392) (DG);
 * 28-Nov-2006 : New override for clone() (DG);
 * 22-Apr-2008 : Implemented PublicCloneable (DG);
 *
 */

package org.jfree.data.xy;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.List;

import org.jfree.data.general.DatasetChangeEvent;
import org.jfree.util.PublicCloneable;

/**
 * A dataset that defines a range (interval) for both the x-values and the
 * y-values.  This implementation uses six arrays to store the x, start-x,
 * end-x, y, start-y and end-y values.
 * <br>
* An alternative implementation of the {@link IntervalXYDataset} interface * is provided by the {@link XYIntervalSeriesCollection} class. * * @since 1.0.3 */ public class DefaultIntervalXYDataset extends AbstractIntervalXYDataset implements PublicCloneable { /** * Storage for the series keys. This list must be kept in sync with the * seriesList. */ private List seriesKeys; /** * Storage for the series in the dataset. We use a list because the * order of the series is significant. This list must be kept in sync * with the seriesKeys list. */ private List seriesList; /** * Creates a new <code>DefaultIntervalXYDataset instance, initially * containing no data. */ public DefaultIntervalXYDataset() { this.seriesKeys = new java.util.ArrayList(); this.seriesList = new java.util.ArrayList(); } /** * Returns the number of series in the dataset. * * @return The series count. */ public int getSeriesCount() { return this.seriesList.size(); } /** * Returns the key for a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * * @return The key for the series. * * @throws IllegalArgumentException if <code>series is not in the * specified range. */ public Comparable getSeriesKey(int series) { if ((series < 0) || (series >= getSeriesCount())) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Series index out of bounds"); } return (Comparable) this.seriesKeys.get(series); } /** * Returns the number of items in the specified series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * * @return The item count. * * @throws IllegalArgumentException if <code>series is not in the * specified range. */ public int getItemCount(int series) { if ((series < 0) || (series >= getSeriesCount())) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Series index out of bounds"); } double[][] seriesArray = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesArray[0].length; } /** * Returns the x-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The x-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getX(int, int) */ public double getXValue(int series, int item) { double[][] seriesData = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesData[0][item]; } /** * Returns the y-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The y-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getY(int, int) */ public double getYValue(int series, int item) { double[][] seriesData = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesData[3][item]; } /** * Returns the starting x-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The starting x-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getStartX(int, int) */ public double getStartXValue(int series, int item) { double[][] seriesData = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesData[1][item]; } /** * Returns the ending x-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The ending x-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getEndX(int, int) */ public double getEndXValue(int series, int item) { double[][] seriesData = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesData[2][item]; } /** * Returns the starting y-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The starting y-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getStartY(int, int) */ public double getStartYValue(int series, int item) { double[][] seriesData = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesData[4][item]; } /** * Returns the ending y-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The ending y-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getEndY(int, int) */ public double getEndYValue(int series, int item) { double[][] seriesData = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(series); return seriesData[5][item]; } /** * Returns the ending x-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The ending x-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getEndXValue(int, int) */ public Number getEndX(int series, int item) { return new Double(getEndXValue(series, item)); } /** * Returns the ending y-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The ending y-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getEndYValue(int, int) */ public Number getEndY(int series, int item) { return new Double(getEndYValue(series, item)); } /** * Returns the starting x-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The starting x-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getStartXValue(int, int) */ public Number getStartX(int series, int item) { return new Double(getStartXValue(series, item)); } /** * Returns the starting y-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The starting y-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getStartYValue(int, int) */ public Number getStartY(int series, int item) { return new Double(getStartYValue(series, item)); } /** * Returns the x-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The x-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getXValue(int, int) */ public Number getX(int series, int item) { return new Double(getXValue(series, item)); } /** * Returns the y-value for an item within a series. * * @param series the series index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getSeriesCount() - 1). * @param item the item index (in the range <code>0 to * <code>getItemCount(series)). * * @return The y-value. * * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>series is not * within the specified range. * @throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException if <code>item is not * within the specified range. * * @see #getYValue(int, int) */ public Number getY(int series, int item) { return new Double(getYValue(series, item)); } /** * Adds a series or if a series with the same key already exists replaces * the data for that series, then sends a {@link DatasetChangeEvent} to * all registered listeners. * * @param seriesKey the series key (<code>null not permitted). * @param data the data (must be an array with length 6, containing six * arrays of equal length, the first containing the x-values and the * second containing the y-values). */ public void addSeries(Comparable seriesKey, double[][] data) { if (seriesKey == null) { throw new IllegalArgumentException( "The 'seriesKey' cannot be null."); } if (data == null) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("The 'data' is null."); } if (data.length != 6) { throw new IllegalArgumentException( "The 'data' array must have length == 6."); } int length = data[0].length; if (length != data[1].length || length != data[2].length || length != data[3].length || length != data[4].length || length != data[5].length) { throw new IllegalArgumentException( "The 'data' array must contain two arrays with equal length."); } int seriesIndex = indexOf(seriesKey); if (seriesIndex == -1) { // add a new series this.seriesKeys.add(seriesKey); this.seriesList.add(data); } else { // replace an existing series this.seriesList.remove(seriesIndex); this.seriesList.add(seriesIndex, data); } notifyListeners(new DatasetChangeEvent(this, this)); } /** * Tests this <code>DefaultIntervalXYDataset instance for equality * with an arbitrary object. This method returns <code>true if and * only if: * <ul> * <li>obj is not null; * <li>obj is an instance of * <code>DefaultIntervalXYDataset; * <li>both datasets have the same number of series, each containing * exactly the same values.</li> * </ul> * * @param obj the object (<code>null permitted). * * @return A boolean. */ public boolean equals(Object obj) { if (obj == this) { return true; } if (!(obj instanceof DefaultIntervalXYDataset)) { return false; } DefaultIntervalXYDataset that = (DefaultIntervalXYDataset) obj; if (!this.seriesKeys.equals(that.seriesKeys)) { return false; } for (int i = 0; i < this.seriesList.size(); i++) { double[][] d1 = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(i); double[][] d2 = (double[][]) that.seriesList.get(i); double[] d1x = d1[0]; double[] d2x = d2[0]; if (!Arrays.equals(d1x, d2x)) { return false; } double[] d1xs = d1[1]; double[] d2xs = d2[1]; if (!Arrays.equals(d1xs, d2xs)) { return false; } double[] d1xe = d1[2]; double[] d2xe = d2[2]; if (!Arrays.equals(d1xe, d2xe)) { return false; } double[] d1y = d1[3]; double[] d2y = d2[3]; if (!Arrays.equals(d1y, d2y)) { return false; } double[] d1ys = d1[4]; double[] d2ys = d2[4]; if (!Arrays.equals(d1ys, d2ys)) { return false; } double[] d1ye = d1[5]; double[] d2ye = d2[5]; if (!Arrays.equals(d1ye, d2ye)) { return false; } } return true; } /** * Returns a hash code for this instance. * * @return A hash code. */ public int hashCode() { int result; result = this.seriesKeys.hashCode(); result = 29 * result + this.seriesList.hashCode(); return result; } /** * Returns a clone of this dataset. * * @return A clone. * * @throws CloneNotSupportedException if the dataset contains a series with * a key that cannot be cloned. */ public Object clone() throws CloneNotSupportedException { DefaultIntervalXYDataset clone = (DefaultIntervalXYDataset) super.clone(); clone.seriesKeys = new java.util.ArrayList(this.seriesKeys); clone.seriesList = new ArrayList(this.seriesList.size()); for (int i = 0; i < this.seriesList.size(); i++) { double[][] data = (double[][]) this.seriesList.get(i); double[] x = data[0]; double[] xStart = data[1]; double[] xEnd = data[2]; double[] y = data[3]; double[] yStart = data[4]; double[] yEnd = data[5]; double[] xx = new double[x.length]; double[] xxStart = new double[xStart.length]; double[] xxEnd = new double[xEnd.length]; double[] yy = new double[y.length]; double[] yyStart = new double[yStart.length]; double[] yyEnd = new double[yEnd.length]; System.arraycopy(x, 0, xx, 0, x.length); System.arraycopy(xStart, 0, xxStart, 0, xStart.length); System.arraycopy(xEnd, 0, xxEnd, 0, xEnd.length); System.arraycopy(y, 0, yy, 0, y.length); System.arraycopy(yStart, 0, yyStart, 0, yStart.length); System.arraycopy(yEnd, 0, yyEnd, 0, yEnd.length); clone.seriesList.add(i, new double[][] {xx, xxStart, xxEnd, yy, yyStart, yyEnd}); } return clone; } }

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