Akash Biswas

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  1. Hi,


    Yes the Batch export feature of FusionCharts, exports multiple charts in a single page in a single column. Please refer to the documentation link : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/exporting-charts/using-fc-export-server/exporting-multiple-charts-in-a-single-image

    Sample for reference : http://jsfiddle.net/Lqc82d4e/4/

    For exporting dashboards, you can use FusionExport which is a separate product with additional and powerful export features : https://www.fusioncharts.com/fusionexport

    You can also provide the template structure of the dashboard. Refer to the documentation : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/exporting-charts/using-fusionexport/tutorials/export-a-dashboard#dashboard-template-and-chart-configuration

    FusionExport Demo : https://www.fusioncharts.com/demos/dashboards/wealth-management-dashboard-with-export/




  2. Hi,


    FusionCharts does not support a similar multiple X-axis line chart like multiple y-axis line chart, as of now.

    However, the shared visualization could be achieved using a simple Line chart along with trendline feature. Please check the below sample fiddle for reference :



    Trendline documentation link : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/trend-lines-and-zones




  3. Hi Suraj,


    It is not possible to set the annotations position with respect to the starting and the ending arcs of the slices in a Doughnut chart. The available macro options with respect to the dataset are in the below documentation link :

    Please note : Annotations are static in nature.

    Though, you can dynamically set the annotation configurations using the supported API, but the "x" and "y" values for the text annotations have to be set according to your requirement to place them on top of the slices. Because, fetching the slice or arc starting and ending angles are not possible using macros.




  4. Hi Suraj,


    FusionCharts does not support displaying the labels or values on the Doughnut slices. You need to use annotations to achieve this.

    However, since annotations are static in nature, you need to provide the "x" and "y" attributes of the text annotations accordingly with pixel values to get the text positioned on top of the slices.

    For further reference check the below links :

    Text annotations : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/annotations#create-text-annotations

    Positioning Macros : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/annotations#positioning-annotations




  5. Hi Suraj,


    Natively the Bar chart do not support displaying the labels and the values on top of the horizontal bars. You can use annotation to set custom texts(labels and values) on top of the bars by setting the "x" and "y" attributes accordingly. Please find a sample fiddle for reference : http://jsfiddle.net/d7hwb4so/

    Please note : Annotations are static in nature.

    Text annotation documentation link : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/annotations#create-text-annotations

    Positioning macros documentation link : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/annotations#use-macros




  6. Hi,

    The time-series chart type is entirely a different chart of a separate product FusionTime. Unlike FusionCharts which accept data in JSON/XML, FusionTime accepts data in rows and columns as a Datatable. It also has various advanced feature with respect to data with atomic ranging from milliseconds to years. Please check the below link for an overview of the product : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/fusiontime/getting-started/how-fusion-time-works

    Please note : It is currently in BETA stage.

    Also refer to the below links :
    Create a chart : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/fusiontime/getting-started/create-your-first-chart-in-fusiontime
    Its components : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/fusiontime/fusiontime-component/time-axis
    Attribute list : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/fusiontime/fusiontime-attributes



  7. Hi,


    The dataSource that you have used in the chart is having the structure prescribed for multi-series chart types(with categories and dataset object arrays). Please check the same with "msarea" chart type, it is rendering fine. Sample : http://jsfiddle.net/xnt73qrs/1/

    The single-series area chart dataSource is different than that of a multi-series chart. It includes both the labels and values defined in the data object array only. Please check the same chart with modified dataSource using "area2d" chart type. Sample : http://jsfiddle.net/xnt73qrs/2/

    Please note : 3.13.x versions strictly follow the prescribed dataSource structure for single-series chart types.

    Check the documentation link for the dataSource structures :
    Single-series charts : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/standard-charts/line-area-and-column-charts
    Multi-series charts : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/standard-charts/multi-series-charts




  8. Hi Emilio,


    FusionCharts formats number scale by default to display values like 1000 as 1K. You can disable the number formatting by setting the attribute "formatNumberScale" to "0", which will display 1000 as 1,000 on the chart. This will also disable the number formatting of the color range values as well. Please refer to the modified fiddle : https://jsfiddle.net/hq58mt2j/


    Please note : This will also show the values in the tooltip as 1,000 along with the entity names. So explicitly setting the "toolText" attribute is not required for all the data objects.

    Check the "Portland, OR" entity data object in the provided fiddle without the "toolText" attribute, displaying the tooltip with value as 1,460 since formatNumberScale is disabled.
                "displayValue": "1,460",
                "id": "820",
                //"tooltext": "Portland, OR<br>1,460",
                "value": "1460"

    Please check the documentation link for further reference to number formatting feature of FusionCharts : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/number-format#enable-disable-automatic-formatting-of-numbers

    For configuring the thousand or decimal separator, refer : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/number-format#customize-thousand-and-decimal-separator




  9. Hi,


    You can use the "scrollcolumn2d" chart type for rendering a column chart with x-axis scroll. In your implementation it could be achieved by changing the chart type to "scrollcolumn2d" along with few additional attributes like "numVisiblePlot" supported for scroll charts.

    Sample fiddle : https://jsfiddle.net/64hvrb8g/

    Please note : Scroll charts are multi-series in nature, and has the same dataSource structure like a multi-series chart.

    For further reference, please check the documentation of Scroll charts : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/standard-charts/scroll-charts




  10. Hi Emilio,


    The individual "color" objects(child of colorRange object) supports the attributes "minValue" and "maxValue" to define the lower and upper limit of the color range. In your implementation the "value" attribute is used within the color objects, which is not supported. Instead, use the attribute "maxValue" in the color objects,

    Please refer to the modified sample fiddle : https://jsfiddle.net/cxekLuw8/3/

    Also we would request you to use the latest version(3.13.3-sr.1) as in the above fiddle, and you need to include the usadma.js file to render the map.




  11. Hi,


    The categories is an array of objects as per the prescribed dataSource format of mscolumn2d chart type of FusionCharts. In your implementation, it is defined as an object, hence you are getting the error.

    Please find the below modified fiddle working with your implementation : https://jsfiddle.net/fb2awdy3/

    For further reference, please check the documentation link for the dataSource structure : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/standard-charts/multi-series-charts