Transferring demos from amcharts.com, CodePen or jsFiddle into WordPress

Type tutorial

If you are using amCharts WordPress plugin, you might be wondering how to transfer ready-made demos from amcharts.com website, or ones that you find scattered around on CodePen or jsFiddle services. This tutorial will provide a short instructions on how to do so. Most of the amCharts demos you find will be shown on either […]

Using amCharts WordPress plugin

Type tutorial

WordPress being the single most used web publishing platform, is perfect for when you want your website up and running in minutes. However, when it comes to dynamic content, such as JavaScript, you’ll find that there’s practically no options in the plain vanilla WP install. This is precisely the reason why we went ahead and […]

Plugin: Bullets

Type tutorial

“Bullets” is a collection of configurable shapes (stars, pins, flags, etc.) that you can use as chart bullets, map markers, and anywhere else. Availability Bullets plugin is available since amCharts 4 version 4.5.7. Including the module Before you can use this plugin you need to make sure you include it. If you are using it […]

Using superscript and subscript in labels

Type tutorial

This short tutorial will show how you can make parts of any label super- or sub-script using amCharts 4’s in-line text formatting syntax. Enabling PREREQUISITE If you don’t know how square bracket text formatting works, make sure you read the “Visual formatting” section in our Text formatting article. Basically, a square bracket blocks in any […]

Plugin: Annotation

Type tutorial

This tutorial will show how you can use Annotation plugin (available since 4.5.5) to, well annotate the charts using some basic UI and tools. NOTE Annotation is a plugin. For information about using plugins, refer to this article. Using the plugin Including the module Before you can use this plugin you need to make sure […]

Activate/deactivate a pie slice on legend click instead of toggling

Type tutorial

Normally, when you click an item in PieChart’s legend, relative slice is hidden or revealed. This quick tutorial will show you how to make the slice activate/deactivate (pull out/in) instead. Setting up To make this work we’ll have to do two things: Disable regular toggling of the items. Add custom event that toggles isActive state […]

Auto-hide value axes

Type tutorial

Normally, all initialized Value Axes are shown, even if they do not have any visible Series attached to them. This also means that when Series is toggled off, the related Value Axis will remain. This tutorial will show how we can toggle axes off together with Series. The problem Let’s take a simple multi-series multi-axes […]

Different tooltip content per each level of Force Directed nodes

Type tutorial

You can set what is displayed in a tooltip of ForceDirectedTree chart’s nodes using its tooltipText property. However, the same information will be used across different levels of node tree. This tutorial shows how you can use adapters to differentiate tooltip content based on level of node. Tooltip content As we already mentioned above, to […]

Multi-color XY heatmap

Type tutorial

Normally, heatmaps that use “heat rules” are restricted to two colors as well as gradient in-between. In tutorial we’ll see how we can use adapters to apply any number of colors to heat map based on source value. The task During the course of this tutorial we’ll transform the chart to color columns in series […]

Map heat legend with real start/end value labels

Type tutorial

A Heat legend uses regular axis to display value range/scale. For narrower setups it might mean that there are not real start/end labels. This tutorial will show how to remedy that. Problem HeatLegend uses real ValueAxis to display value labels. Value axis come with its certain logic how labels are spaced, positioned, and rounded to […]