Multi-series shared tooltip with colored bullets

Type demo

This demo shows how we can use an adapter for series’ tooltipText property, in-line text formatting, and cursor’s maxTooltipDistance to build a single universal tooltip that displays values from all series, complete with colored bullets. For more information, make sure you visit related tutorials for mentioned functionality: Adapters In-line string formatting Limiting number of series […]

Show column tooltip on category hover

Type demo

This demo shows how we have use “over” and “out” events on axis labels as well as chart cursor’s triggerMove() method to trigger tooltips on columns of the hovered category label.

Display tooltip on PieChart slice click

Type demo

Normally, tooltips on PieChart slices are shown when they are hovered by a cursor. This demo will show how we can disable this default behavior and only show tooltip when slice is tapped or clicked.

Using “sticky” tooltips

Type tutorial

Any element on a chart can have tooltipText set to display in form of a tooltip when hovered or touched. This tutorial will show how you can turn those tooltips into “sticky”, so they are always shown, without requiring to hover/touch the element. Requirements The functionality was introduced in version 4.5.4, so if you happen […]

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 […]

Clickable links in tooltips

Type tutorial

Tooltips are used in a number of places to provide contextual information on a hovered/tapped object, like a Slice of a Pie Chart, or a country on a map. By default, tooltips are completely static with no way to interact with them. This tutorial will explain how you can make them interactive, adding clickable links […]