# Relative Measurements

Most of the scale elements have relative size to one common dimension, which is called CellSize. If we set the relative height of the scale to be 0.9 that means that it will be calculated as 0.9 * CellSize. Thus all proportions of the scale elements will be preserved when the container size is changed.

If the property is not relative to the cell size it would be explicitly mentioned in the article regarding the particular feature.

The cell size depends on the scale type:

## Linear Scale Cell Size

When using a linear scale, the cell size is equal to the height of the scale's container. Note that the cell size takes the entire height of the container. This means that if you have a **LinearGauge** with a height of **300** as a container, the cell size will be equal to **300**.

## Radial Scale Cell Size

When using a radial scale, the cell size is equal to the radius of the container. This means that if you have a **RadialGauge** with height/width of **300**, the cell size will be **150**.