Akash Biswas

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  1. Hi,

     

    Hope you are keeping well! Thank you for your continued patience.

    For the issue reported, could you please upgrade your current version to the latest, i.e, FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0-sr.1?

    To avail the licensed release, you would need to re-download the entire package from the My Orders section of FusionCharts Product Update Center. PUC URL: https://puc.fusioncharts.com/

    To download the Evaluation version of FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0-sr.1, please visit the link: https://www.fusioncharts.com/download/fusioncharts-suite-xt?framework=js

     

    Sample fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/6wm1gdcz/4/


  2. Hi Munmun,

     

    For your requirement to render or show the plots based on the selection of the date picker, you can check the time-series charts of FusionTime.

    FT documentation : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/fusiontime/getting-started/how-fusion-time-works

    It provides a component(inbuilt) called Custom Range Selector, that allows you to set the from and to date/time. It is useful when you want to input the exact start and end date/time for which you want to see the data.

    Please check the documentation for details of CRS component supported in FT charts : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/fusiontime/fusiontime-component/custom-range-selector

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  3. Hi,

     

    Hope you are keeping well! Thank you for your continued patience.

    For the issue reported, could you please upgrade your current version to the latest, i.e, FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0?

    To avail the licensed release, you would need to re-download the entire package from the My Orders section of FusionCharts Product Update Center. PUC URL: https://puc.fusioncharts.com/

    To download the Evaluation version of FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0, please visit the link: https://www.fusioncharts.com/download/fusioncharts-suite-xt?framework=js

    We would love to have your feedback. If you need any further assistance, please do drop us a mail.

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  4. Hi Sebastien,

     

    Hope you are keeping well! Thank you for your continued patience.

    For the issue reported, could you please upgrade your current version to the latest, i.e, FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0?

    To avail the licensed release, you would need to re-download the entire package from the My Orders section of FusionCharts Product Update Center. PUC URL: https://puc.fusioncharts.com/

    To download the Evaluation version of FusionCharts Suite XT v3.14.0, please visit the link: https://www.fusioncharts.com/download/fusioncharts-suite-xt?framework=js

    We would love to have your feedback. If you need any further assistance, please do drop us a mail.

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  5. Hi Jordi,

     

    All the plot values on the chart could have only a single font color set by default or by setting "valueFontColor" explicitly. So, whether the value is placed inside or outside the plots in a bar chart, it will be of the same font color, as FusionCharts supports a single valueFontColor for all the plots as of now. A compatible color which goes well with both dark and light background would help to increase readability.

    Alternatively, to show varying color of data plot value fonts, you can use Text annotations, but that would be static since you need to define the position(x and y) in pixels accordingly.

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  6. Hi Steven,

     

    FusionCharts is a JavaScript charting library providing a variety of chart visualizations.

    Could you please let us know whether you want to use FusionCharts chart or widgets visualization in your mobile app. Yes, you can use FusionCharts to integrate the charts in an iOS app, please elaborate your query.

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  7. Hi Munmun,

     

    The multi-series line chart(msline) does not have scroll feature.
    But the scroll line chart(scrollline2d) supports scroll feature, and also it is multi-series in nature. So the dataSource structure of msline and scrollline2d is same.

    For your scenario, when you have a pretty big dataset and you are using msline chart type, the plots on the chart are getting clustered and apparently not clearly visible.
    Sample fiddle(msline) : http://jsfiddle.net/Lp4sywe3/4/

    So, to avoid this you could simply change the chart type to "scrollline2d" instead of "msline" to get the same chart rendered with scroll bar without changing the dataSource(as the both chart types have same dataSource structure).
    Sample fiddle(scrollline2d) : http://jsfiddle.net/Lp4sywe3/5/

    To configure the number of visible plots in the scrolled view, you can set "numVisiblePlots" at the chart-level dataSource.

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  8. Hi Munmun,

     

    The dataSource structure(in your code provided) that you are generating for scrollline2d chart type is a structure supported by a single-series chart like line or column2d. Hence you are getting the chart message "No data to display" displayed on the chart.

    Example : data: [{"label": "Q1", "value": "1234"}, {"label": "Q2", "value": "2222"}]

     

    But you need to generate the structure like below for scrollline2d chart which is a multi-series type.

    Correct structure example :

    "categories": [{ "category": [{"label": "Q1"}. {"label": "Q2"}] }]

    "dataset": [{ "seriesName": "Actual", "data": [{"value": "1234" }, { "value": "2222"}] }, { "seriesName": "Predicted", "data": [{ "value":: "1111" }, { "value": "4444" }] }]

     

    Please check the documentation below for the details of the structure of Scroll charts(similar to multi-series charts) : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/standard-charts/scroll-charts

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  9. Hi Hemanth,

     

    1. The values on the y-axis are representing the divisional lines(periodic) on specific intervals. You can configure the interval by setting the number of divisional lines using numDivLines attribute. Please refer to the documentation link : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/div-lines-and-grids

    You can opt not to show the interval values also by setting "showYAxisValues" to "0", refer to the sample fiddle below.

    Sample fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/reu6kj3v/2/

    Please note : It is not possible to show specific y-axis values or non-periodic interval values.

    2. To display a specific values on the y-axis like maximum or minimum values, you can use the trendlines feature of FusionCharts. Refer to the documentation for details :

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

    3. You can check the supported FusionCharts API event - dataPlotClick that gets triggered on clicking the plots on the chart. Documentation link : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/api/fusioncharts/fusioncharts-events

    Sample fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/fusioncharts/7kumz5ve/

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  10. Hi Satya,

     

    Yes, you can display HTML table instead of the traditional tooltip to show the plot details on hovering the plot. You can refer to the below sample for the implementation :

    http://jsfiddle.net/6deM9/918/

     

    However, to display the plot details in tooltip, you can use the pre-defined set of macros supported by FusionCharts, like $dataValue, $displayValue, etc.

    But for any additional values that you want to display, macros will not work as they are not available or pre-defined in the supported macros list.

    Please check the documentation for reference to the macros list of tooltip : https://www.fusioncharts.com/dev/chart-guide/chart-configurations/tool-tips#list-of-tooltip-macros

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.


  11. Hi Imran,

     

    - Text annotations are static components(custom text) on the chart. It could be placed anywhere on the chart by specifying the "x" and "y" attribute pixel values. So, to place them on top of the pie slices, you need to provide the x and y values according to your pie data.

    - The radius of the Pie cannot be provided in percentage. If you are setting "pieRadius", that means you are setting the radius in pixels explicitly and it would not be responsive. However, if you do not set the explicit radius, the pie would be responsive.

     

    Please note : As per the space management feature, if you hide the default pie labels and values(that appears outside the pie), then the pie dimension increases even without setting the "pieRadius". Also it would be responsive.

     

    Thanks,

    Akash.