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 Scroll Area 2D Chart Specification Sheet
 SWF: ScrollArea2D.swf

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 Titles and Axis Names
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 Divisional Lines/Grids
 Legend
 Tool-tip
 Paddings and Margins
 Sample XML Data
 <categories> element
 <category> element
 <dataset> element
 <set> element
 Plot Cosmetics
 Number Formatting
 Font Properties
 Vertical Lines
 Trend Lines

 Scroll Area 2D chart looks as under:
Scroll Area 2D chart

 Sample XML / JSON for Scroll Area 2D chart:
<chart caption='Business Results 2005 v 2006' xAxisName='Month' yAxisName='Revenue' showValues='0' numberPrefix='$'
 numVisiblePlot='6'>
<categories> <category label='Jan' /> <category label='Feb' /> <category label='Mar' /> <category label='Apr' /> <category label='May' /> <category label='Jun' /> <category label='Jul' /> <category label='Aug' /> <category label='Sep' /> <category label='Oct' /> <category label='Nov' /> <category label='Dec' /> </categories>
<dataset seriesName='2006'> <set value='27400' /> <set value='29800'/> <set value='25800' /> <set value='26800' /> <set value='29600' /> <set value='32600' /> <set value='31800' /> <set value='36700' /> <set value='29700' /> <set value='31900' /> <set value='34800' /> <set value='24800' /> </dataset>
<dataset seriesName='2005'> <set value='10000'/> <set value='11500'/> <set value='12500'/> <set value='15000'/> <set value='11000' /> <set value='9800' /> <set value='11800' /> <set value='19700' /> <set value='21700' /> <set value='21900' /> <set value='22900' /> <set value='20800' /> </dataset>
<trendlines> <line startValue='26000' color='91C728' displayValue='Target' showOnTop='1'/> </trendlines>
</chart>
{
  "chart": {
    "caption": "Business Results 2005 v 2006",
    "xaxisname": "Month",
    "yaxisname": "Revenue",
    "showvalues": "0",
    "numberprefix": "$",
    "numvisibleplot": "6"
  },
  "categories": [
    {
      "category": [
        {
          "label": "Jan"
        },
        {
          "label": "Feb"
        },
        {
          "label": "Mar"
        },
        {
          "label": "Apr"
        },
        {
          "label": "May"
        },
        {
          "label": "Jun"
        },
        {
          "label": "Jul"
        },
        {
          "label": "Aug"
        },
        {
          "label": "Sep"
        },
        {
          "label": "Oct"
        },
        {
          "label": "Nov"
        },
        {
          "label": "Dec"
        }
      ]
    }
  ],
  "dataset": [
    {
      "seriesname": "2006",
      "data": [
        {
          "value": "27400"
        },
        {
          "value": "29800"
        },
        {
          "value": "25800"
        },
        {
          "value": "26800"
        },
        {
          "value": "29600"
        },
        {
          "value": "32600"
        },
        {
          "value": "31800"
        },
        {
          "value": "36700"
        },
        {
          "value": "29700"
        },
        {
          "value": "31900"
        },
        {
          "value": "34800"
        },
        {
          "value": "24800"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "seriesname": "2005",
      "data": [
        {
          "value": "10000"
        },
        {
          "value": "11500"
        },
        {
          "value": "12500"
        },
        {
          "value": "15000"
        },
        {
          "value": "11000"
        },
        {
          "value": "9800"
        },
        {
          "value": "11800"
        },
        {
          "value": "19700"
        },
        {
          "value": "21700"
        },
        {
          "value": "21900"
        },
        {
          "value": "22900"
        },
        {
          "value": "20800"
        }
      ]
    }
  ],
  "trendlines": [
    {
      "line": [
        {
          "startvalue": "26000",
          "color": "91C728",
          "displayvalue": "Target",
          "showontop": "1"
        }
      ]
    }
  ]
}
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Chart Objects

Object Name Description Features Supported Animation Parameters Supported
ANCHORS On line/area charts, ANCHORS (or marker points) are polygons which appear at the joint of two consecutive lines/area points. These are indicators to show the position of data points. The anchors handle tool tips and links for the data points.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
BACKGROUND BACKGROUND refers to the entire background of the chart.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
CANVAS In 2D Charts, CANVAS refers to the area in which the actual chart is plotted. It is represented by a bounded rectangle. In 3D charts, it refers to the 3D base on which the columns are built.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
CAPTION CAPTION refers to the heading of the chart.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
DATALABELS DATALABELS refer to the x-axis labels of the data.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
DATAPLOT DATAPLOT refers to the actual plot of the chart. For example, in Column 2D chart, columns are referred to as DATAPLOT. In Pie chart, it's the pies. In Bubble chart, it's the bubbles and so on.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
DATAVALUES DATAVALUES refer to the plot values i.e., value of each data (line, column, bar, pie etc.), which is displayed beside the data plot.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
DIVLINES DIVLINES are horizontal or vertical lines running through the canvas. Each divisional line signifies a smaller unit of the entire axis thus aiding the users in interpreting the chart.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _y
  • _xScale
HGRID HGRID refers to alternate color bands between two successive horizontal divisional lines.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _y
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
LEGEND LEGEND is the object in which the series names of all datasets show up.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
SCROLLPANE SCROLLPANE refers to the scroll bar on the chart.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
SUBCAPTION SUBCAPTION refers to the sub-heading of the chart.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
TOOLTIP TOOLTIP refers to the tool tip shown when the mouse is hovered over the data plots.
  • Font
TRENDLINES TRENDLINES refer to horizontal lines spanning the chart canvas which aid in interpretation of data with respect to some pre-determined value.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _y
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
TRENDVALUES TRENDVALUES refer to the display values of trend-lines (if any).
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
VDIVLINES VDIVLINES are vertical divisional lines which aid in data interpretation.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _yScale
VGRID VGRID refers to vertical color bands between two successive vertical divisional lines.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _xScale
  • _yScale
VLINES VLINES are vertical separator lines that help you separate blocks of data. These lines run through the height of the chart, thereby segregating data into different blocks. In case of bar charts, they are horizontal and run through the width of chart.
  • Animation
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _yScale
VLINELABELS VLINELABELS refer to any labels that have been created for vertical separator lines.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
XAXISNAME XAXISNAME refers to the x-axis title of the chart.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
YAXISNAME YAXISNAME refers to the y-axis title of the chart.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
YAXISVALUES YAXISVALUES refer to the limit values or divisional line values, which are displayed along the y-axis of the chart.
  • Animation
  • Font
  • Shadow
  • Glow
  • Bevel
  • Blur
  • _alpha
  • _x
  • _y
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 <chart> element Attributes

Functional Attributes

These attributes let you control a variety of functional elements on the chart. For example, you can opt to show/hide data labels, data values, y-axis values. You can also set chart limits and extended properties.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
numVisiblePlot Number 2-number of data items present in XML This attribute lets you control how many data plots will appear in the visible area of the scroll pane.

For example, if you're plotting a chart with 25 data items in each dataset, and you wish to show only 10 data items in the visible area, set this attribute as 10. You will now see only 10 data points on the chart - rest of the data points will be visible upon scrolling.

If you want to show all the data points on the chart irrespective of the number of data points in your XML data document, set this attribute as 0.

animation Boolean 0/1 This attribute gives you the option to control animation in your charts. If you do not want to animate any part of the chart, set this as 0.
palette Number 1-5 FusionCharts XT introduces the concept of Color Palettes. Each chart has 5 pre-defined color palettes which you can choose from. Each palette renders the chart in a different color theme. Valid values are 1-5.
paletteColors String List of hex color codes separated by comma While the palette attribute allows to select a palette theme that applies to chart background, canvas, font and tool-tips, it does not change the colors of data items (i.e., column, line, pie etc.). Using paletteColors attribute, you can specify your custom list of hex colors for the data items. The list of colors have to be separated by comma e.g., <chart paletteColors='FF0000,0372AB,FF5904...'>. The chart will cycle through the list of specified colors and then render the data plot accordingly.

To use the same set of colors throughout all your charts in a web application, you can store the list of palette colors in your application globally and then provide the same in each chart XML.

showAboutMenuItem Boolean 0/1 Setting this to 1 shows up a custom context menu in the chart, which can be customized to show your text and can be linked to your Url. For e.g., you can set the context menu of the chart to include "About your company name" and then link to your company home page. By default, the chart shows "About FusionCharts" when right clicked.
aboutMenuItemLabel String   The menu item label for the custom context menu item.
aboutMenuItemLink String URL Link for the custom context menu item. You can specify the link in FusionCharts Link format to be able to open the same in new window, pop-ups, frames or as JavaScript links.
connectNullData Boolean 0/1 This attribute lets you control whether empty data sets in your data will be connected to each other OR do they appear as broken data sets. Please see Advanced charting > Plotting Discontinuous data section for more details on this.
showLabels Boolean 0/1 It sets the configuration whether the x-axis labels will be displayed or not.
labelDisplay String AUTO              Since v 3.2
WRAP
STAGGER
ROTATE or
NONE
Using this attribute, you can customize the alignment of data labels (x-axis labels). There are 5 options: AUTO, WRAP, STAGGER, ROTATE or NONE. By default, this attribute is set to AUTO mode which means that the alignment of the data labels is determined automatically depending on the size of the chart. WRAP wraps the label text if it is too long to fit in one line. ROTATE rotates the labels vertically. STAGGER divides the labels into multiple lines.
useEllipsesWhenOverflow
Since v 3.2.1
Boolean 0/1 When enabled in auto mode, long data labels are truncated by adding ellipses to prevent them from overflowing the chart background. The default value is 1.
rotateLabels Boolean 0/1 This attribute lets you set whether the data labels will show up as rotated labels on the chart.
slantLabels Boolean 0/1 If you've opted to show rotated labels on chart, this attribute lets you set the configuration whether the labels will show as slanted labels or fully vertical ones.
labelStep Number 1 or above By default, all the labels are displayed on the chart. However, if you've a set of streaming data (like name of months or days of week), you can opt to show every n-th label for better clarity. This attribute just lets you do so. When a value greater than 1 (n) is set to this attribute, the first label from left and every label at the n-th position from left will be displayed. e.g., a chart showing data for 12 months and set with labelStep='3' will show labels for January, April, July and October. The rest of the labels will be skipped.
staggerLines Number 2 or above If you've opted for STAGGER mode as labelDisplay, using this attribute you can control how many lines to stagger the label to. By default, all labels are displayed in a single line.
showValues Boolean 0/1 Sets the configuration whether data values will be displayed along with the data plot on chart.
rotateValues Boolean 0/1 If you've opted to show data values, you can rotate them using this attribute.
showYAxisValues Boolean 0/1 FusionCharts XT y-axis is divided into vertical sections using div (divisional) lines. Each div line assumes a value based on its position. Using this attribute you can set whether to show those div line (y-axis) values or not. This attribute shows or hides the y-axis divisional lines and limits. The values of showLimits and showDivLineValues if specified explicitly overrides the value of this attribute.
showLimits Boolean 0/1 Whether to show chart limit values. If not specified showYAxisValues attribute overrides this value.
showDivLineValues Boolean 0/1 Whether to show div line values. If not specified showYAxisValues attribute overrides this value.
defaultAnimation Boolean 0/1 By default, each chart animates some of its elements. If you wish to switch off the default animation patterns, you can set this attribute to 0. It can be particularly useful when you want to define your own animation patterns using STYLE feature.
yAxisMaxValue Number This attribute helps you explicitly set the upper limit of the chart. If you don't specify this value, it is automatically calculated by FusionCharts XT based on the data provided by you.
yAxisMinValue Number This attribute helps you explicitly set the lower limit of the chart. If you don't specify this value, it is automatically calculated by FusionCharts XT based on the data provided by you.
yAxisNameWidth Number (In Pixels) If you opt to not rotate y-axis name, you can choose a maximum width that will be applied to y-axis name.
clickURL String The entire chart can now act as a hotspot. Use this URL to define the hotspot link for the chart. The link can be specified in FusionCharts Link format.
yAxisValuesStep Number 1 or above By default, all div lines show their values. However, you can opt to display every x(th) div line value using this attribute.
showShadow Boolean 0/1 Whether to show shadows for data plot.
adjustDiv Boolean 0/1 FusionCharts XT automatically tries to adjust divisional lines and limit values based on the data provided. However, if you want to set your explicit lower and upper limit values and number of divisional lines, first set this attribute to false. That will disable automatic adjustment of divisional lines.
rotateYAxisName Boolean 0/1 If you do not wish to rotate y-axis name, set this as 0. It specifically comes to use when you've special characters (UTF8) in your y-axis name that do not show up in rotated mode.
setAdaptiveYMin Boolean 0/1 This attribute lets you set whether the y-axis lower limit will be 0 (in case of all positive values on chart) or should the y-axis lower limit adapt itself to a different figure based on values provided to the chart.
scrollToEnd Boolean 0/1 When the chart renders, you can opt to scroll to the end of the chart (to show data at extreme right) by setting this attribute as 1.
centerYaxisName
Since v 3.2.2
Boolean 0/1 This attribute when set to '1', allows you to align the y-axis name with respect to the height of the chart. When set to '0', the y-axis name is aligned with respect to the height of the canvas.
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Chart Titles and Axis Names

Using these attributes, you can set the various headings and titles of chart like caption, sub-caption, x-axis and y-axis names etc.

Attribute Name Type Description
caption String Caption of the chart.
subCaption String Sub-caption of the chart.
xAxisName String X-Axis Title of the Chart.
yAxisName String Y-Axis Title of the chart.
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Chart Cosmetics

The following attributes let you configure chart cosmetics like background color, background alpha, canvas color & alpha etc.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
showBorder Boolean 0/1 Whether to show a border around the chart or not.
borderColor Color Border color of the chart.
borderThickness Number In Pixels Border thickness of the chart.
borderAlpha Number 0-100 Border alpha of the chart.
bgColor Color This attribute sets the background color for the chart. You can set any hex color code as the value of this attribute. To specify a gradient as background color, separate the hex color codes of each color in the gradient using comma. Example: FF5904,FFFFFF. Remember to remove # and any spaces in between. See Advanced charting > Using Gradients page for more details.
bgAlpha Number 0-100 Sets the alpha (transparency) for the background. If you've opted for gradient background, you need to set a list of alpha(s) separated by comma. See Advanced charting > Using Gradients page for more details.
bgRatio Number 0-100 If you've opted for a gradient background, this attribute lets you set the ratio of each color constituent. See Advanced charting > Using Gradients page for more details.
bgAngle Number 0-360 Sets the angle of the background color, in case of a gradient. See Advanced charting > Using Gradients page for more details.
bgImage

or

bgSWF - deprecated
String To place any image (JPG/PNG/GIF) or Flash movie (SWF) as background of the chart, enter the (path and) name of the background image or SWF file. It should be in the same domain as the chart.

Loading of Flash movie is deprecated and is not supported by JavaScript charts.

bgImageAlpha

or

bgSWFAlpha - deprecated
Number 0-100 Helps you specify alpha for the loaded background image or Flash movie.

Loading of Flash movie is deprecated and is not supported by JavaScript charts.

bgImageDisplayMode
Since v3.2.2
String stretch, tile, fit, fill, center, none Helps you specify the mode in which the background image is to be displayed.
  • Stretch - expands the image to fit the entire chart area, without maintaining original image constraints
  • Tile - the image is repeated as a pattern on the entire chart area
  • Fit - fits the image proportionately on the chart area
  • Fill -proportionately fills the entire chart area with the image
  • Center - the image is positioned at the center of the chart area
  • None - Default mode. None of the above modes are applied
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bgImageVAlign
Since v3.2.2
String top, middle, bottom Helps you to vertically align the background image.
bgImageHAlign
Since v3.2.2
String left, middle, right Helps you to horizontally align the background image.
bgImageScale
Since v3.2.2
Number 0-300 Helps you magnify the background image.This attribute will only work when the attribute bgImageDisplayMode is set to none, center or tile.
canvasBgColor Color Sets Canvas background color. For Gradient effect, enter colors separated by comma.
canvasBgAlpha Number Sets alpha for Canvas Background. For gradient, enter alpha list separated by commas.
canvasBgRatio Number 0-100 Helps you specify canvas background ratio for gradients.
canvasBgAngle Number Helps you specify canvas background angle in case of gradient.
canvasBorderColor Color Lets you specify canvas border color.
canvasBorderThickness Number 0-5 Lets you specify canvas border thickness.
canvasBorderAlpha Number 0-100 Lets you control transparency of canvas border.
showVLineLabelBorder Boolean 0/1 If you've opted to show a label for any of your vLines in the chart, you can collectively configure whether to show border for all such labels using this attribute. If you want to show label border for just a particular vLine, you can over-ride this value by specifying border configuration for that specific vLine.
logoURL String URL You can load an external logo (JPEG/PNG/SWF) on the chart once it has rendered. This attribute lets you specify the URL of the same. Owing to Flash Player security settings, you can only specify logo that are on the same sub-domain as that of the SWF file of the chart.
logoPosition String TL, TR, BL, BR, CC Where to position the logo on the chart:
  • TL - Top-left
  • TR - Top-right
  • BR - Bottom right
  • BL - Bottom left
  • CC - Center of screen
logoAlpha Number 0-100 Once the logo has loaded on the chart, you can configure its opacity using this attribute.
logoScale Number 0-300 You can also change the scale of externally loaded logo at run-time by specifying a value for this parameter.
logoLink String URL If you want to link the logo to an external URL, specify the link in this attribute. The link can be in FusionCharts Link format, allowing you to link to new windows, pop-ups, frames etc.
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Data Plot Cosmetics

These attributes let you configure how your plot (columns, lines, area, pie or any data that you're plotting) will appear on the chart.

If the plots can show borders, you can control the border properties using the attributes listed below. Or, if they support gradient fills, you can again configure various properties of the gradient using these attributes.

Various other controls over plot cosmetics can be attained using this set of attributes.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
showPlotBorder Boolean 0/1 Whether the column, area, pie etc. border will show up.
plotBorderColor Color Color for column, area, pie border
plotBorderThickness Number 0-5 (Pixels) Thickness for column, area, pie border
plotBorderAlpha Number 0-100 Alpha for column, area, pie border
plotBorderDashed Boolean 0/1 Whether the plot border should appear as dashed.
plotBorderDashLen Number In Pixels If plot border is to appear as dash, this attribute lets you control the length of each dash.
plotBorderDashGap Number In Pixels If plot border is to appear as dash, this attribute lets you control the length of each gap between two dash.
plotFillAngle Number 0-360 If you've opted to fill the plot (column, area etc.) as gradient, this attribute lets you set the fill angle for gradient.
plotFillAlpha Number 0-100 If you've opted to fill the plot (column, area etc.) as gradient, this attribute lets you set the fill alpha for gradient.
plotGradientColor Color Hex Color You can globally add a gradient color to the entire plot of chart by specifying the second color as this attribute. For example, if you've specified individual colors for your columns and now you want a gradient that ends in white. You need to specify FFFFFF (white) as this color and the chart will now draw plots as gradient.
plotFillColor Color Fill Color for the area (hex code)
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Scroll Properties

The following attributes let you set the scroll bar properties.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
scrollColor Color Hex Code Color for scroll bar.
scrollHeight Number In Pixels Required height for scroll bar.
scrollPadding Number In Pixels Distance between the end of canvas (bottom part) and start of scroll bar.

This feature is not available in JavaScript charts.

scrollBtnWidth Number In Pixels Width of both scroll bar buttons (left & right).

This feature is not available in JavaScript charts.

scrollBtnPadding Number In Pixels Padding between the scroll buttons and the scroll track (background).

This feature is not available in JavaScript charts.

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Anchors

On line/area charts, anchors (or marker points) are polygons which appear at the joint of two consecutive lines/area points. These are indicators to show the position of data points.

The anchors handle tool tips and links for the data points. So, if you opt to not render anchors on a chart, the tool tips and links won't function. You can, however, hide them by setting alpha to 0 and still enable tool tips and links.

You can customize all the facets of anchors using the properties below.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
anchorAlpha Number 0-100 Helps you set the alpha of entire anchors. If you need to hide the anchors on chart but still enable tool tips, set this as 0.
anchorBgAlpha Number 0-100 Helps you set the alpha of anchor background.
drawAnchors Boolean 0/1 Whether to draw anchors on the chart. If the anchors are not shown, then the tool tip and links won't work.
anchorSides Number 3-20 This attribute sets the number of sides the anchor will have. For e.g., an anchor with 3 sides will represent a triangle, with 4 it will be a square and so on.
anchorRadius Number In Pixels This attribute sets the radius (in pixels) of the anchor. Greater the radius, bigger will be the anchor size.
anchorBorderColor Color Hex Code Lets you set the border color of anchors.
anchorBorderThickness Number In Pixels Helps you set border thickness of anchors.
anchorBgColor Color Hex Code Helps you set the background color of anchors.
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Divisional Lines & Grids

Using this set of attributes, you can control the properties of divisional lines, zero plane and alternate color bands.

Divisional Lines are horizontal or vertical lines running through the canvas. Each divisional line signifies a smaller unit of the entire axis thus aiding the users in interpreting the chart.

The zero plane is a 2D/3D plane that signifies the 0 position on the chart. If there are no negative numbers on the chart, you won't see a visible zero plane.

Alternate color bands are colored blocks between two successive divisional lines.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
numVDivLines Number Number of vertical axis division lines
vDivLineColor Color Color of vertical axis division lines.
vDivLineThickness Number In Pixels Thickness of vertical axis division lines.
vDivLineAlpha Number 0-100 Alpha of vertical axis division lines.
vDivLineIsDashed Boolean 0/1 Whether vertical divisional lines appear as dashed.
vDivLineDashLen Number In Pixels If vertical div lines are dashed, this attribute lets you control the width of dash.
vDivLineDashGap Number In Pixels If vertical div lines are dashed, this attribute lets you control the width of dash gap.
showAlternateVGridColor Boolean 0/1 Whether to show alternate vertical colored grid bands.
alternateVGridColor Color Color of alternate vertical colored grid bands.
alternateVGridAlpha Number Alpha of alternate vertical colored grid bands.
numDivLines Number Numeric value > 0 Number of horizontal axis division lines that you want on the chart.
divLineColor Color Color for divisional lines.
divLineThickness Number 1-5 Thickness of divisional lines.
divLineAlpha Number 0-100 Alpha of divisional lines.
divLineIsDashed Boolean 0/1 Whether the divisional lines should display as dash.
divLineDashLen Number In Pixels If the divisional lines are to be displayed as dash, this attribute lets you control the length of each dash.
divLineDashGap Number In Pixels If the divisional lines are to be displayed as dash, this attribute lets you control the length of each gap between dash.
zeroPlaneColor Color Color for the Zero Plane. Zero Plane is the line/plane that appears at 0 y-position on canvas, when negative data is being shown on the chart.
zeroPlaneThickness Number In Pixels Thickness of zero plane.
zeroPlaneAlpha Number 0-100 Alpha of zero plane.
showZeroPlaneValue
Since v 3.2.2 - SR3
Boolean 0/1 Allows you to show or hide the value on which the zero plane exists on the y-axis. By default, the value is displayed. This attribute in not supported in JavaScript charts.
showAlternateHGridColor Boolean 0/1 Whether to show alternate colored horizontal grid bands.
alternateHGridColor Color Color of the alternate horizontal grid bands.
alternateHGridAlpha Number Alpha (transparency) of the alternate horizontal grid bands.
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Legend Properties

In scroll charts, the series name of each dataset shows up in the legend of the chart. If you do not need the legend, you can opt to hide the same.

Also, the legend can be placed at the bottom of the chart or to the right of the chart.

Using the attributes below, you can configure the functional and cosmetic properties of the legend.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
showLegend Boolean 0/1 Whether to show legend on the chart.
legendPosition String BOTTOM or RIGHT The legend can be plotted at two positions on the chart - below the chart (BOTTOM) and on the RIGHT side of the chart.
legendCaption String   You can add a caption for the entire legend by setting the same here.
legendIconScale
Since v 3.2
Number 0-5 Scaling of legend icon is possible in FusionCharts XT. This attribute lets you control the size of legend icon.
legendBgColor Color Hex Code Background color for the legend.
legendBgAlpha Number 0-100 Background alpha for the legend.
legendBorderColor Color Hex Code Border Color for the legend.
legendBorderThickness Number In Pixels Border thickness for the legend.
legendBorderAlpha Number 0-100 Border alpha for the legend.
legendShadow Boolean 0/1 Whether to show a shadow for legend.
legendAllowDrag Boolean 0/1 The legend can be made drag-able by setting this attribute to 1. End viewers of the chart can drag the legend around on the chart.
legendScrollBgColor Color Hex Code If you've too many items on the legend, a scroll bar shows up on the same. This attribute lets you configure the background color of the scroll bar.
legendScrollBarColor Color Hex Code If you've too many items on the legend, a scroll bar shows up on the same. This attribute lets you configure the bar color of the scroll bar.
legendScrollBtnColor Color Hex Code If you've too many items on the legend, a scroll bar shows up on the same. This attribute lets you configure the color of buttons of the scroll bar.
reverseLegend Boolean 0/1 You can reverse the ordering of datasets in the legend by setting this attribute to 1.
interactiveLegend
Since v 3.2
Boolean 0/1 This attribute lets you interact with the legend in your chart. When you click a legend key, the dataplots associated with that series are eliminated from the chart. Re-clicking the key causes the dataplots to reappear.
legendNumColumns
Since v 3.2
Number Positive Integer If your chart contains multiple series, the legend is displayed as a grid comprising of multiple legend keys. With the help of this attribute you can specify the number of columns that are to be displayed in the legend.
minimiseWrappingInLegend
Since v 3.2
Boolean 0/1 Whether to minimize legend item text wrapping.
legendMarkerCircle
deprecated. Not applicable.
Boolean 0/1 Whether to use square legend keys or circular ones.
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Number Formatting

FusionCharts XT offers you a lot of options to format your numbers on the chart.

Using the attributes below, you can control a myriad of options like:

  • Formatting of commas and decimals
  • Number prefixes and suffixes
  • Decimal places to which the numbers will round to
  • Scaling of numbers based on a user defined scale
  • Custom number input formats

Attribute Name Type Range Description
formatNumber Boolean 0/1 This configuration determines whether the numbers displayed on the chart will be formatted using commas, e.g., 40,000 if formatNumber='1' and 40000 if formatNumber= '0'. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
formatNumberScale Boolean 0/1 Configuration whether to add K (thousands) and M (millions) to a number after truncating and rounding it - e.g., if formatNumberScale is set to 1, 10434 will become 1.04K (with decimalPrecision set to 2 places). Same with numbers in millions - an M will be added at the end. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Number Scaling page.
defaultNumberScale String The default unit of the numbers that you're providing to the chart. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Number Scaling page.
numberScaleUnit String Unit of each block of the scale. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Number Scaling page.
numberScaleValue String Range of the various blocks that constitute the scale. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Number Scaling page.
scaleRecursively
Since v 3.2.2 - SR3
Boolean 0/1 Whether to scale the number recursively? For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Recursive Number Scaling page.
maxScaleRecursion
Since v 3.2.2 - SR3
Number How many recursions to complete during recursive scaling? -1 completes the entire set of recursion. For more details see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Recursive Number Scaling page.
scaleSeparator
Since v 3.2.2 - SR3
String What character to use to separate the scales that generated after recursion? For more details see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Recursive Number Scaling page.
numberPrefix String Character Using this attribute, you could add prefix to all the numbers visible on the graph. For example, to represent all dollars figure on the chart, you could specify this attribute to ' $' to show like $40000, $50000. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
numberSuffix String Character Using this attribute, you could add prefix to all the numbers visible on the graph. For example, to represent all figure quantified as per annum on the chart, you could specify this attribute to ' /a' to show like 40000/a, 50000/a. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
decimalSeparator String Character This option helps you specify the character to be used as the decimal separator in a number. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
thousandSeparator String Character This option helps you specify the character to be used as the thousands separator in a number. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
thousandSeparatorPosition
Since v 3.2.2 - SR3
Number   This option helps you specify the position of the thousand separator. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
inDecimalSeparator String Character In some countries, commas are used as decimal separators and dots as thousand separators. In XML, if you specify such values, it will give an error while converting to number. So, FusionCharts XT accepts the input decimal and thousand separator from user, so that it can convert it accordingly into the required format. This attribute lets you input the decimal separator. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Input Number Formatting page.
inThousandSeparator String Character In some countries, commas are used as decimal separators and dots as thousand separators. In XML, if you specify such values, it will give an error while converting to number. So, FusionCharts XT accepts the input decimal and thousand separator from user, so that it can convert it accordingly into the required format. This attribute lets you input the thousand separator. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Input Number Formatting page.
decimals Number 0-10 Number of decimal places to which all numbers on the chart will be rounded to. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
forceDecimals Boolean 0/1 Whether to add 0 padding at the end of decimal numbers. For example, If you limit the maximum number of decimal digits to 2, a number like 55.345 will be rounded to 55.34. This does not mean that all numbers will be displayed with a fixed number of decimal places. For instance 55 will not be displayed as 55.00 and 55.1 will not become 55.10. In order to have fixed number of decimal places attached to all the numbers, set this attribute to 1. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
forceYAxisValueDecimals
Since v 3.2
Boolean 0/1 Whether to forcefully attach decimal places to all y-axis values. For example, If you limit the maximum number of decimal digits to 2, a number like 55.345 will be rounded to 55.34. This does not mean that all y-axis numbers will be displayed with a fixed number of decimal places. For instance 55 will not be displayed as 55.00 and 55.1 will not become 55.10. In order to have fixed number of decimal places attached to all y-axis numbers, set this attribute to 1. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
yAxisValueDecimals Number 0-10 If you've opted to not adjust div lines, you can specify the div line values decimal precision using this attribute. For more details, please see Advanced Charting > Number Formatting > Basics page.
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Font Properties

Using the attributes below, you can define the generic font properties for all the text on the chart. These attributes allow you a high level control over font properties.

If you intend to specify font properties for individual chart elements (like Caption, sub-caption etc.), you'll need to use the Styles feature of FusionCharts XT. Using Styles, you can also specify advanced font properties like Bold, Italics, HTML Mode etc.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
baseFont String Font Name This attribute lets you set the font face (family) of all the text (data labels, values etc.) on chart. If you specify outCnvBaseFont attribute also, then this attribute controls only the font face of text within the chart canvas bounds.
baseFontSize Number 0-72 This attribute sets the base font size of the chart i.e., all the values and the names in the chart which lie on the canvas will be displayed using the font size provided here.
baseFontColor Color This attribute sets the base font color of the chart i.e., all the values and the names in the chart which lie on the canvas will be displayed using the font color provided here.
outCnvBaseFont String Font Name This attribute sets the base font family of the chart font which lies outside the canvas i.e., all the values and the names in the chart which lie outside the canvas will be displayed using the font name provided here.
outCnvBaseFontSize Number 0-72 This attribute sets the base font size of the chart i.e., all the values and the names in the chart which lie outside the canvas will be displayed using the font size provided here.
outCnvBaseFontColor Color This attribute sets the base font color of the chart i.e., all the values and the names in the chart which lie outside the canvas will be displayed using the font color provided here.
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Tool-tip

These attributes let you control the tool tip. You can set the background color, border color, separator character and few other details.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
showToolTip Boolean 0/1 Whether to show tool tip on chart.
toolTipBgColor Color Background Color for tool tip.
toolTipBorderColor Color Border Color for tool tip.
toolTipSepChar String The character specified as the value of this attribute separates the name and value displayed in tool tip.
seriesNameInToolTip Boolean 0/1 For scroll charts, FusionCharts XT shows the following information in tool tip (unless tool text is explicitly defined): "Series Name, Category Name, Data Value". This attribute lets you control whether series name will show up in tool tip or not.
showToolTipShadow Boolean 0/1 Whether to show shadow for tool-tips on the chart.
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Chart Padding & Margins

The following attributes help you control chart margins and paddings.

FusionCharts XT allows you to manually customize the padding of various elements on the chart to allow advanced manipulation and control over chart visualization.

You can also define the chart margins. Chart Margins refer to the empty space left on the top, bottom, left and right of the chart. That means, FusionCharts XT will not plot anything in that space.

It's not necessary for you to specify any padding/margin values. FusionCharts XT automatically assumes the best values for the same, if you do not specify the same.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
captionPadding Number In Pixels This attribute lets you control the space (in pixels) between the sub-caption and top of the chart canvas. If the sub-caption is not defined, it controls the space between caption and top of chart canvas. If neither caption, nor sub-caption is defined, this padding does not come into play.
xAxisNamePadding Number In Pixels Using this, you can set the distance between the top end of x-axis title and the bottom end of data labels (or canvas, if data labels are not to be shown).
yAxisNamePadding Number In Pixels Using this, you can set the distance between the right end of y-axis title and the start of y-axis values (or canvas, if the y-axis values are not to be shown).
yAxisValuesPadding Number In Pixels This attribute helps you set the horizontal space between the canvas left edge and the y-axis values or trend line values (on left/right side). This is particularly useful, when you want more space between your canvas and y-axis values.
labelPadding Number In Pixels This attribute sets the vertical space between the labels and canvas bottom edge. If you want more space between the canvas and the x-axis labels, you can use this attribute to control it.
valuePadding Number In Pixels It sets the vertical space between the end of columns and start of value textboxes. This basically helps you control the space you want between your columns/anchors and the value textboxes.
chartLeftMargin Number In Pixels Amount of empty space that you want to put on the left side of your chart. Nothing is rendered in this space.
chartRightMargin Number In Pixels Amount of empty space that you want to put on the right side of your chart. Nothing is rendered in this space.
chartTopMargin Number In Pixels Amount of empty space that you want to put on the top of your chart. Nothing is rendered in this space.
chartBottomMargin Number In Pixels Amount of empty space that you want to put on the bottom of your chart. Nothing is rendered in this space.
canvasPadding Number In Pixels Lets you set the space between the canvas border and first & last data points
legendPadding Number In Pixels Padding of legend from right/bottom side of canvas
canvasLeftMargin Number In Pixels This attribute lets you control the space between the start of chart canvas and the start (x) of chart. In case of 2D charts, the canvas is the visible rectangular box. In case of 3D charts, the canvas box is the imaginary box around the 3D canvas.

Using this attribute, you can control the amount of empty space between the chart left side and canvas left side. By default, FusionCharts XT automatically calculates this space depending on the elements to be placed on the chart. However, if you want to over-ride this value with a higher value, you can use this attribute to specify the same. Please note that you cannot specify a margin lower than what has been calculated by the chart.

This attribute is particularly useful, when you've multiple charts placed in a page and want all their canvas start position to align with each other - so in such a case, you can set same margin value (a value large enough that it doesn't get rejected by chart owing to it being lower than the calculated value) for all such charts in the page.
canvasRightMargin Number In Pixels Like canvasLeftMargin, this attribute lets you set the space between end of canvas and end of chart.
canvasTopMargin Number In Pixels Like canvasLeftMargin, this attribute lets you set the space between top of canvas and top of chart.
canvasBottomMargin Number In Pixels Like canvasLeftMargin, this attribute lets you set the space between bottom of canvas and bottom of chart.
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<categories> element

The <categories> element lets you bunch together x-axis labels of the chart. For a scroll chart, it's necessary to provide data labels using <category> elements under <categories> element.

The following properties of <categories> element help you control the font properties of data labels.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
font String Valid font face Lets you specify font face for the x-axis data labels.
fontSize Number Lets you specify font size for the x-axis data labels.
fontColor Color Hex Code Lets you specify font color for the x-axis data labels.
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<category> element

Each <category> element represents an x-axis data label.

In scroll charts, it's necessary to provide an equal number of <category> elements and data items (<set> elements within each <dataset>). FusionCharts XT plots only those data items for which it could find a respective <category> element.

You can specify the following attributes for <category> element:

Attribute Name Type Range Description
label String This attribute determines the label for the data item. The label appears on the x-axis of chart.
showLabel Boolean 0/1 You can individually opt to show/hide labels of individual data items using this attribute.
toolText String The tooltip defined in the <category> element appears only when the mouse cursor is hovered over the data plots. However, this will not appear when the cursor is moved over the data labels (except for a situation when long labels are automatically truncated with ellipses. In this situation, if the mouse cursor is hovered over a truncated label, the tooltip will appear with the full label).

In case you want to set a short label and show the full label in tooltip, define the full label using this attribute within the <category> element. The tooltip with the full label will appear only when the mouse is hovered on the dataplot.
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Vertical data separator lines

vLines are vertical separator lines that help you separate blocks of data. These lines run through the height of the chart, thereby segregating data into different blocks.

For example, if you're plotting a chart showing monthly sales from October 2005-Mar 2006, you might want to plot a vertical separator line between Dec 2005 and January 2006 to indicate end of year.

In scroll charts, it is used between <category> elements as under:

<categories>
   <category label='Oct 2005' />
   <category label='Nov 2005' />
   <category label='Dec 2005' />
   <vLine color='FF5904' thickness='2' />
   <category label='Jan 2006' />
   <category label='Feb 2006' />
</categories>

You can configure the cosmetics of vertical separator lines using the following attributes:

Attribute Name Type Range Description
color Color Hex Color This attribute defines the color of vertical separator line.
thickness Number In Pixels Thickness in pixels of the vertical separator line.
alpha Number 0-100 Alpha of the vertical separator line.
dashed Boolean 0/1 Whether the vertical separator line should appear as dashed.
dashLen Number In Pixels If the vertical separator line is to appear as dashed, this attribute defines the length of dash.
dashGap Number In Pixels If the vertical separator line is to appear as dashed, this attribute defines the length of dash gap.
label String   Label for the vertical separator line, if to be shown.
showLabelBorder Boolean 0/1 Whether to show a border around the vLine label.
linePosition Number 0-1 Helps configure the position of vertical line i.e., if a vLine is to be plotted between 2 points Jan and Feb, user can set any position between 0 and 1 to indicate the relative position of vLine between these two points (0 means Jan and 1 means Feb). By default, it’s 0.5 to show in between the points.
labelPosition Number 0-1 Helps configure the position of the vLine label by setting a relative position between 0 and 1. In vertical charts, 0 means top of canvas and 1 means bottom. In horizontal charts, 0 means left of canvas and 1 means right.
labelHAlign String left, center, right Horizontal anchor point for the alignment of vLine label.
labelVAlign String top, middle, bottom Vertical anchor point for the alignment of vLine label.
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<dataset> element

Each <dataset> element contains a series of data.

For example, if we're plotting a monthly sales comparison chart for 2 successive years, the first dataset will contain the data for first year and the next one for the second year.

You can provide dataset level cosmetics so that all data within that dataset will be plotted in the same color/alpha/etc.

Also, each dataset can be named using the seriesName attribute of <dataset> element. The series name appears in the legend of the chart. In our previous example, the series name could have well been 2005 and 2006 for first and second dataset respectively.

Depending on the chart type, there are a number of properties which you can define for each <dataset> element.

Attribute Name Type Range Description
seriesName String Lets you specify the series name for a particular dataset. For example, if you're plotting a chart to indicate monthly sales analysis for 2005 and 2006, the seriesName for the first dataset will be 2005 and that of the second will be 2006. The seriesName of a dataset is shown in legend.
color Color Hex Code (Or Comma separated list) This attribute sets the color using which columns, lines, area of that dataset will be drawn. For column chart, you can specify a list of comma separated hex codes to get a gradient plot.
alpha String 0-100 or Comma Separated List This attribute sets the alpha (transparency) of the entire dataset.
showValues Boolean 0/1 Whether to show the values for this dataset.
dashed Boolean 0/1 Whether this dataset will appear as dashed.
includeInLegend Boolean 0/1 Whether to include the seriesName of this dataset in legend.
anchorAlpha Number 0-100 Helps you set the alpha of entire anchors of the particular dataset. If you need to hide the anchors for the dataset but still enable tool tips, set this as 0.
anchorBgAlpha Number 0-100 Helps you set the alpha of anchor background of the particular dataset.
drawAnchors Boolean 0/1 Whether to draw anchors for the particular dataset. If the anchors are not shown, then the tool tip and links won't work for the dataset.
anchorSides Number 3-20 Sets the number of sides that the anchors of the particular dataset will have. For e.g., an anchor with 3 sides will represent a triangle, with 4 it will be a square and so on.
anchorRadius Number In Pixels This attribute sets the radius (in pixels) of the anchors of the particular dataset. Greater the radius, bigger will be the anchor size.
anchorBorderColor Color Hex Code Lets you set the border color of anchors of the particular dataset.
anchorBorderThickness Number In Pixels Helps you set border thickness of anchors of the particular dataset.
anchorBgColor Color Hex Code Helps you set the background color of anchors of the particular dataset.
showPlotBorder Boolean 0/1 Whether to show the border of this dataset.
plotBorderColor Color Color for data plot border of this dataset
plotBorderThickness Number 0-5 (Pixels) Thickness for data plot border of this dataset
plotBorderAlpha Number 0-100 Alpha for data plot border of this dataset
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<set> element

Each <set> element (child of <chart> or <dataset> element) represents a set of data which is to be plotted on the graph and determines a set of data which will appear on the chart.

For a scroll chart, it could look like:

<dataset seriesName='2006'>
	<set value='35445' />
	<set value='35675' />
	.... and so on ....
</dataset>

In scroll charts, you should again note that the number of <category> elements should be equal to the number of data points in each data sets, i.e., if you mention twelve categories (twelve months), the data for both years (2005 & 2006) should also contain twelve <set> elements (twelve rows of data).

Attribute Name Type Range Description
anchorBgAlpha Number 0-100 Lets you specify "set" specific alpha of the anchor background.
anchorBorderColor Color Hex Code Lets you specify "set" specific border color of the anchor.
anchorBorderThickness Number In Pixels Lets you specify "set" specific border thickness of the anchor.
anchorBgColor Color Hex Code Lets you specify "set" specific background color of the anchor.
anchorAlpha Number 0-100 Lets you specify "set" specific alpha of the anchor.
anchorSides Number 3-20 Lets you specify "set" specific sides of the anchor.
anchorRadius Number In Pixels Lets you specify "set" specific radius (in pixels) of the anchor.
alpha Number 0-100 For scroll charts, you can define the alpha of datasets at dataset level. However, if you wish to highlight a particular data element, you can specify its alpha at "set" level using this attribute.
link String You can define links for individual data items. That enables the end user to click on data items (columns, lines, bars etc.) and drill down to other pages. To define the link for data items, use the link attribute. You can define links that open in same window, new window, pop-up window or frames. Please see "Drill Down Charts > FusionCharts Link format" for more information. Also, you'll need to URL Encode all the special characters (like ? and &) present in the link.
toolText String By default, FusionCharts XT shows the series Name, Category Name and value as tool tip text for that data item. But, if you want to display more information for the data item as tool tip, you can use this attribute to specify the same.
showValue Boolean 0/1 You can individually opt to show/hide values of individual data items using this attribute. This value over-rides the dataset level value.
dashed Boolean 0/1 Whether the border of this data item should appear as dashed. This is particularly useful when you want to highlight a data (such as forecast or trend etc.). This value over-rides the dataset level value.
value Number Numerical value for the data item. This value will be plotted on the chart.
displayValue String   If instead of the numerical value of this data, you wish to display a custom string value, you can specify the same here. Examples are annotation for a data item etc.
color Color Hex Code For scroll charts, you can define the color of datasets at dataset level. However, if you wish to highlight a particular data element, you can specify its color at "set" level using this attribute. This attribute accepts hex color codes without #.
toolText String   Custom tool-text for this trendline/zone.
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Trend-lines

Using the <trendLines> element (and children <line> elements), you can define trend lines on the chart.

Trend lines are horizontal lines spanning the chart canvas which aid in interpretation of data with respect to some pre-determined value. For example, if you are plotting sales data of current year, you might want to add previous year's average monthly sales as trend indicator for ease of comparison.

For each trend line on the chart, you need to define a <line> element under <trendLines> element as under:

<trendLines>
  <line startValue='895' color='FF0000' displayValue='Average' />
</trendLines>

You can control the cosmetic and functional properties of trend-lines using the following attributes:

Attribute Name Type Range Description
dashGap Number In Pixels If you've opted to show trend line as dash, this attribute lets you control the length of each dash gap.
valueOnRight Boolean 0/1 Whether to show the trend line value on left side or right side of chart. This is particularly useful when the trend line display values on the chart are colliding with divisional lines values on the chart.
thickness Number In Pixels If you've opted to show the trend as a line, this attribute lets you define the thickness of trend line.
alpha Number 0-100 Alpha of the trend line.
dashed Boolean 0/1 If you've opted to show the trend as a line, this attribute lets you define whether the trend line will appear as dashed.
dashLen Number In Pixels If you've opted to show trend line as dash, this attribute lets you control the length of each dash.
startValue Number Numeric Value The starting value for the trendline. Say, if you want to plot a slanted trendline from value 102 to 109, the startValue will be 102.
endValue Number Numeric Value The ending y-axis value for the trendline. Say, if you want to plot a slanted trendline from value 102 to 109, the endValue will be 109. If you do not specify a value for endValue, it will automatically assume the same value as startValue.
displayValue String If you want to display a string caption for the trend line by its side, you can use this attribute. Example: displayValue='Last Month High'. When you don't supply this attribute, it automatically takes the value of startValue.
color String Hex Code Color of the trend line and its associated text.
isTrendZone Boolean 0/1 Whether the trend will display a line, or a zone (filled colored rectangle).
showOnTop Boolean 0/1 Whether the trend line/zone will be displayed over data plots or under them.
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The chart also accepts the following features, which have not been discussed here:

  • Exporting Chart: All the attributes pertinent to exporting of charts as images or pdfs are discussed in the Exporting as Image/PDF section.
  • Exporting Chart Data: All the attributes pertinent to exporting of chart data are discussed in the Exporting Chart Data section.
  • Styles: All the attributes pertinent to Styles are discussed in the FusionCharts XT Styles section.