Hi, For example, if you look at this chart in 10 days zoom view, you will notice they skip the weekends, means, they are not drawing empty data points for weekends. It is normal requirements for candle charts in stock market. https://mbshighway.com/features/interactive-charts
When the data values are all negative, if you create a line graph using kendo chart function, Autoscale on the Y axis is not applied properly. Please check if there is any possible solution.
The two attached figures are normally auto scaled, but the charts that combine the two graphs are not auotoscale normal.
When I create a chart with multiple axis, if an axis has negative values and others don't, the zero is wrong positioned on the Y axis with negative values. Currently it can only be positioned manually with min and max values. It would be great a new option to do it automatically. Example: http://dojo.telerik.com/IYavE
Update your stock chart with Financial indicators, like SMA, EMA, VWAP and many more. These indicators are useful in trading analysis.
It'd be useful to have more things built into DataViz to allow for keyboard accessibility and screenreader usage of the charts.
Your silverlight Timebar is Briliant. I suggest you implement something like that(maybe a litle less complex) in KendoUI.
allow zooming on both axes separately and together ex. scroll over chart - zoom both axes (unless any of axes locked) scroll/drag category axis - Y axis locked zoom scroll/drag value axis - X axis locked zoom Zoom to default - dblclick on chart.. or button or whatever
I would like to be able to see each of the y-axis values plotted along, for example, each of the values of a line or stacked chart, at all times.
It would be nice be able to have a "broken" value axis on charts. Particularly bar charts, but it may apply to others. Something to this effect: http://peltiertech.com/images/2011-11/Ybroken.png
Hi, What I am looking for is a "better" way of carrying out the manual calculation for label skipping: http://www.telerik.com/forums/how-to-access-charts-(chartarea)-width-to-calculate-labels-step(x) Preference would be similar functionality to the categoryAxis itself (autoBaseUnitSteps/baseUnitStep/maxDateGroups) but it would only affect the labelling without aggregating the data. Assuming similar functionality to CategoryAxis using a step of "auto" the maxDateGroups should also have an "auto" setting that would adjust the max groups so that the labels never overlap. Thanks
I.e. For the list of outliers above, I'd like to have all even outliers green and odd outliers red.
Green: 0, 0, 6
Red: 0.5, 7, 11
I would like to request the built-in functionality for the Kendo UI Chart to Select/Unselect all the series from the Legend. Perhaps a checkbox next to the Legend can be used to Select All/Unselect All. Currently, I have some custom logic where I am able to complete this, but it would be nice to have it built-in to the API.
I want to be able to allow showing tooltip on mouseclick, instead of showing it on hover a slice/point/bar. This should be configurable - what event should trigger a tooltip.
The Kendo UI ToolTip exposes the AutoHide functionality. However, this option could not be configured for the labels' tooltip of the Kendo UI Chart
Be able to configure the AutoHide of the chart's tooltips. When the user hovers out, the tooltip should be persisted until a mouse click is present.
* **Kendo UI version:** 2019.3.1023
* **jQuery version:** 1.12.4
* **Browser:** [all]
In the Kendo UI Chart Widget, if labels are too close to each other, they end up overlapping, making the labels unreadable (as visible in the attached screenshot), thus rendering the widget unusable.
It would be really useful to have implemented a feature similar to Smart Labels (included in the WPF version and also documented in the attached screenshot)
It would be great if hierarchical chart types were available. Currently there's not a good way to represent hierarchical data outside of a TreeMap, but TreeMaps don't always work well (particularly for small datapoints). An ideal chart type would be the sunburst chart (nested pie/donut charts), as it can have multiple layers, hide a segment (and all children), and potentially zoom into child layers.
d3 (one of many variations): https://observablehq.com/@d3/zoomable-sunburst