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Prevent columns from stacking when underlying data is duplicated

Hello

I have the following data:



I am plotting dimensionShort (x-axis) against performance (y-axis) with a Column chart. I have also made dimension the tool-tip. The output I see is:


Because dimensionShort has 2 nodes for "Sydney" the nodes automatically stack one on top of the other. Is there a way to prevent this so in the above I would have 2 columns for Sydney:

  • 1 column showing 30 with x-axis Sydney and tool-tip Sydney Rocks
  • 1 column showing 75 with x-axis (again) Sydney and tool-tip Sydney Harbour

The reason I need this is the algorithm that spits out the data I am plotting sometimes spits out (legitimate) duplicate dimensionShort nodes.  I know I could plot dimension instead to resolve the issue above, but this field is often really long and ugly to plot. I also know that I could add a number to the DimensionShort, i.e. Sydney1 and Sydney2, but again I am trying to avoid this.

Is there any other way.

Sample project attached.

Thanks









Attachment: index_3be3067d.zip

1 Reply

DG Durga Gopalakrishnan Syncfusion Team October 12, 2022 06:46 AM

Hi DitchFord,


We suggest you to enable isIndexed for primaryXAxis to achieve your required scenario. Please check with the below sample and online demo link.


var chart = new ej.charts.Chart({

       primaryXAxis: {

        isIndexed: true

    }

});

chart.appendTo('#column-container');



Sample : https://stackblitz.com/edit/ed6hdu


Online Demo : https://ej2.syncfusion.com/javascript/demos/#/bootstrap5/chart/indexed-axis.html


Kindly revert us if you have any concerns.


Regards,

Durga Gopalakrishnan.


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