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General AnyChart features.
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Area Chart with Labels Annotations
Area Chart example demonstrating the Label Annotation feature.
Axis Labels Position
Axis labels and ticks position
Bar Chart using CSV File
Bar Chart example visualizing data from a CSV file.
Y-Scroller on the Cartesian chart
Column Chart with Year-to-Month Drill Down
Drilldown Column Chart example presenting a way to implement the Drill Down feature. The chart visualizes data about a company's yearly revenue and drills down to monthly data for a certain year upon. Clicking the Back to Years button performs the Drill Up.
Data Area Settings
Data Points Size Settings
Limiting the minimal size of Data Points to show small values along the big ones.
Donut Chart using JSON File
Donut Chart example visualizing data from a JSON file.
Chart tooltips with HTML layout
Min and Max Labels on Range Column Chart
Range Column Chart: highest and the lowest mean temperature
No Data Label Feature
No Data Label feature demonstration. By default, the chart does not display any data, so the No Data label is shown. Clicking the Switch Data button adds data, and the label disappears.
Pie Chart with Clever Labels
Pie Chart example demonstrating the algorithm for label positioning and overlapping, featuring a dynamic start angle.
Segmented column chart
Segmented chart using y-grid above column series
Spline Area Chart using XML File
Spline Chart example visualizing data from an XML file.
Stacked Column and Stacked Area Chart Y Scale Sync
Combined Chart featuring two stacked series 'Column and Area' with different data sets. The Y scales are synchronized to avoid the visual confusion.
Text Axis Marker Background
Line Chart with axis markers showing monthly inflation (CPI) numbers published by Statistics South Africa.
Winter Olympics, Top 10 Chart using Google Spreadsheet
Stacked Column Chart showing the top nine national teams at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi by medal count. Data for this visualization is loaded straight from a public document on Google Spreadsheets.