The out of the box legend does not offer the ability to split its items and to show them as labels over the series (graphs).
Extract my attached zip file and look at the MSWord document which shows you where I would like to position the 2 legends.
Add some visual indication (scrollbar, arrow image, etc.) to give a hint to the user that the panning is enabled and there are currently not visible items in the chart:
Please provide a property that will enable the ValueAxis of Radar Chart to be visible on top of the RadarArea series.
Currently, if the RadarArea Series has the opacity property set to 1.0, it masks the ValueAxis. To make the ValueAxis visible, the RadarArea's opacity should be reduced and this in turn makes the color of RadarArea less appealing.
Please provide a feature whereby we can make the ValueAxis visible through the RadarArea series without compromising on the opacity.
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
Currently the shared tooltip's position gets in the way of actually seeing the current category's series, as well as hindering any attempts to click on any series behind the tooltip.
Ideally, the tooltip should form off to the side of the current category's visible/clickable elements, either dynamically based on room available, or statically based on configuration (top, bottom, left, right).
-- Problem: Consider a datasource where at least two date fields span a large time frame. We can build a chart that aggregates that data by small units (categoryAxis.baseUnits) such as 'days' or 'months'. That chart however contains many empty data points and the 'real' data is difficult to locate on the chart. This often requires zooming in and out many times to view the data one is looking for. However, it is still very valuable to be able to group by day or month, and to view this data in one succinct image.
-- Demo: The best way to experience this is to use the following Demo
This dojo is from the 'Date axis' chart demo on the demos.telerik.com site under Kendo UI for JQuery. Edit the example. There are 17 values in the datasource. Change the year on the last value to '2019'. All current values have dates between 2011-2012.
-- Required Chart Setup: Create a chart utilizing the following chart options
series.aggregate = 'avg'
categoryAxis.baseUnit = 'days'
dataSource with fields that contain at least one large date span
Add option to hide date aggregates chart points where no data exists within the datasource.