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Dynamically setting {min, max} in Angular Gauge[] & speed it up.

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  • Subject: [mg131788] Dynamically setting {min, max} in Angular Gauge[] & speed it up.
  • From: Matthias Bode <lvsaba at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2013 22:27:23 -0400 (EDT)
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Hola:

This

DynamicModule[
   {x = Dynamic[Refresh[IntegerPart[
             FinancialData["XAU/EUR"]*32.15123943028],
           UpdateInterval -> 10]]},
   AngularGauge[x, {31000, 31200},
     TargetUnits -> "EUR/kg Au",
     GaugeLabels ->
       {Dynamic[Refresh[DateString[{"Hour", ":",
                 "Minute", ":", "Second", " h"}],
             UpdateInterval -> 1]], "Unit", "Value"},
     ScaleDivisions -> 12, GaugeStyle -> Red,
     TicksStyle -> Black, PerformanceGoal ->
       "Speed", ImageSize -> 200]]

works - albeit extremely slowly and paralyzing the machine; keyboard input only appears after several seconds.*

I would like to set min and max as a function of x, e. g. {x * .9, x * 1.1}. How?

Best regards,

MATTHIAS BODE

*) === MathematicaMark9 Detailed Timings === (intel CORE i7)

      Total  Test 1  Test 2  Test 3  Test 4  Test 5  Test 6  Test 7  Test 8 Test 9  Test 10  Test 11  Test 12  Test 13  Test 14  Test 15

matthias
Microsoft Windows (64-bit)                   11.3   0.64    0.73    0.94   0.58    0.81    0.66    0.59    1.11    0.75    0.88     1.19     0.08    1.03     0.67     0.61

 		 	   		  


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