Using percent values in series

Type tutorial

In our everyday charting we mainly use absolute values. However, sometimes we might need to show how specific value relates to other elements. In this case relative percent value is much more representative than absolute one. This tutorial will explain ways we can use such relative values. Intro Let’s start with a fairly simple stacked […]

Using custom map zoom settings for individual countries

Type tutorial

Our Map Chart allows zooming directly to a specific polygon (country). However, for some countries, automatically-calculated zoom settings might not cut it. This tutorial will explain how you can use Polygon series data to override default zoom settings with custom ones. The problem We can make the chart zoom to a specific country using zoomToMapObject() […]

Pre-hiding Pie Chart Slices

Type tutorial

Sometimes you will have a Pie chart with a lot of slices. This tutorial will teach how to automatically pre-hide some of them using “data fields” and data. Prerequisites Before we begin, let’s make sure we absolutely know how Pie series’ data fields work. To do so visit “Setting up series” section in our Pie […]

Showing placeholder for empty Pie chart

Type tutorial

In dynamic dashboards, sometimes there are situations where you have a no-data chart. In this case it would be nice to show some kind of placeholder, instead of an empty space. This tutorial explains how to create such placeholder for a Pie chart. Prerequisites This tutorial makes use of series’ “property fields”, so we suggest […]