Simulating individual order of columns within categories

Type demo

This demo will show how you can simulate an order of columns from different ColumnSeries within each category. It uses the following things to achieve it: Each ColumnSeries has clustered = false set so that it always takes up the whole width of the “hidden” categories. Data is manipulated so that each category contains only […]

Axis labels at arbitrary values on GaugeChart

Type demo

Normally, an axis on a GaugeChart will place labels at convenient intervals – so they are not too crammed and not too sparse. It will depend on actual chart size. However, in some case you might want to place labels at exact values, no matter what. This demo will show how you can disable axis […]

Draggable series axis ranges

Type demo

This demo shows how we can create a “series axis range” and make it draggable, dynamically adjusting threshold lines and respective series fills.

Axis ranges in XYChartScrollbar

Type demo

Do you know that XYChartScrollbar is not some mystical new class, but rather a full fledged XYChart. This means that we can do with it anything we can do with a regular chart, including adding axis ranges. This demo does exactly that.

Show last value at the end of LineSeries

Type demo

This demo shows how we can make LineSeries show its last value using two approaches: as a label next to bullet, and as an axis range with a label. Using bullet label Using axis range

Using axis ranges to highlight weekends

Type tutorial

Axis ranges is a good way to highlight specific places or stretches along an axis. This tutorial will show how we can create code to automatically create axis ranges to highlight weekends on a DateAxis. The task Say, we have a chart that shows line series along a date-based axis. To make our user understand […]

Grouping axis labels using ranges

Type tutorial

This tutorial will show how you can use axis ranges to organize its labels into a groups. What is axis range? If you’re not familiar with axis ranges, we strongly suggest you take a look at the dedicated “Axis ranges” article. We’re going to be using some of the know how from the above article. […]

Custom ValueAxis grid using ranges

Type tutorial

ValueAxis is a clever kid. It will try to space out its grid/labels in a way that they come in non-crowded “pretty” increments, e.g. in 10 incremental steps. But what if we want to show custom step increments, like every 25? This tutorial will explain how to do that. The task Here’s a very basic […]