boxandwhisker2d bug when Q1 == 0
mcalvin posted a topic in Bug ReportsIn the latest official release of FusionCharts 3.4, the box and whiskers chart has an issue with data sets whose Q1 is equal to zero. I tried to create a JSFiddle to demonstrate the issue, only to find that the version of FusionCharts that's accessible externally has partially fixed this bug. Nevertheless, I've attached a screenshot to show what it looks like with the official release. This JSFiddle is a test case which reproduces an the vertical line that can still be seen even in the latest unreleased version. Live example: http://jsfiddle.net/z8cthcf4/
mcalvin posted a topic in Suggestions & RequestsIn my travels through the land of FusionCharts, I frequently find neat charts. Sometimes these charts fulfill my needs, and other times they're missing just one little feature. The most common (and most frustrating) example of this is, "Hmm, I need Chart A, but it doesn't have feature B. Chart B has feature B, but not feature A. If only I could mix the two." So in the interest of fixing this problem, I would like to suggest a possible future direction for FusionCharts development: component-based architecture. So what do I mean? Well, let's say I want a line chart. No, I want a multi-series line chart. With error bars. And zoom. Sounds like a mix of ZoomLine and ErrorLine, but we can't mix the two, right? Wrong. It's actually a combination of several components: - Line chart - Multi-series chart - Error bars - Zoom chart Each individual component can expose an interface which plugs in to the whole system, and allows other components to interact with it. For example: line charts, column charts, scatter plots, and bar charts are all simply cartesian plots with different orientations, and the error bar component can use this information to render the bars. Instead of writing special purpose MSStackedColumn2DLineScatterPieBarOMGWTFLOLBBQSAUCE.swf, you would only need to write each component and provide an interface for linking the components together. In this way, a user could create a chart that is as simple or as complex as he/she needs. Obviously not all components make sense in one graph (heat map and line chart? Maybe not) but there could even be a classification in chart components that determines which ones can work together. Now, I know what you're thinking: "What about licensing?" Well, what about it? You can put individual components in each package. For example, FusionCharts may come with LineChartComponent, MultiSeriesComponent, ColumnChartComponent, etc. while PowerCharts comes with BoxAndWhiskerComponent, ErrorBarComponent, MultiSeriesComponent, etc.
mcalvin posted a topic in Suggestions & RequestsI have need of the zoom features of the ZoomLine chart, but I also need error bars. At the moment, it seems impossible for me to create the chart that I need. Is there something I've overlooked, or is this feature missing?