What’s New in AnyChart JS 8.10.0
Circle Packing Chart
A Circle Packing Chart, or a Circular Treemap, is a variation of a Treemap Chart that visualizes hierarchical data using circles instead of rectangles. The circle packing technique may not be as space-efficient as conventional treemapping. However, the former helps to reveal hierarchical structure better than the latter.
Check out several examples of JS Circle Packing Charts in our gallery.
A Calendar Chart is a form of data visualization designed to represent activity over a long time span such as years or months. For example, you can use it when you need to show how quantifiable values vary depending on the season, day of the week, and so on, or how they trend over time.
Check out several examples of JS Calendar Charts in our gallery.
Arrows in Waterfall Chart
Learn about the addArrow method in the API reference.
Marker Series in Surface Chart
We have also included the opportunity to create a Marker Series in a Surface Chart in a really straightforward manner. So, now you can quickly visualize data as a set of dots distributed in the 3D space.
Check out an example of a JS Surface Chart with a Marker Series in our gallery.
Next in Our Plans
While you are reading this, we are already working on more updates and improvements! For example, you can expect the cross axis feature, as well as — in Waterfall Charts — split totals and outside labels delivered in the next major release scheduled for September.
Enjoy AnyChart JS 8.10.0!
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