JS Sankey Diagram
As a specific type of flow diagrams, Sankey Diagram is used to visualize flows — such as the transfer of energy, money, web traffic, and so on — when the flow quantity matters and needs to be considered.
Starting from the 8.4.0 release, Sankey Diagram is available in AnyChart out of the box like dozens of other chart types. Here’s an example:
Learn more about Sankey Diagram in Chartopedia, our awesome guide to chart types. Take a look at other Sankey Diagram examples in the gallery. And see the Sankey Diagram documentation to learn how to easily create such an interactive HTML5 chart using the AnyChart JS library.
As always, the new release of AnyChart JS Charts also delivers a number of various improvements and bug fixes, including but not limited to (now-solved) issues with performance, legend rendering, label positioning, gradient fill, and more.
Take a look at the version history to find out what’s new in the library(ies) you are using:
- AnyChart (JS charts) version history;
- AnyMap (JS maps) version history;
- AnyStock (stock and financial JS charts) version history;
- AnyGantt (project and resource JS charts) version history.