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The JavaScript Stacked Column Chart is a chart with y-values stacked on one another in series order. It shows the relationship among individual values to the total sum of the points.

Multi series

You can plot multiple series in a single chart to compare different data sets. Enabling legend and tooltip gives more information about the individual series.


Mark data points with built-in shapes: circles, rectangles, ellipses, vertical lines, horizontal lines, diamonds, triangles, and pentagons. In addition to these shapes, use images to make the points more attractive.

Data label

Data labels display information about data points. Add a template to display data labels with HTML elements such as images, DIV, and spans for more informative data labels. You can rotate a data label by a given angle.

Multiple axes

Use multiple axes to plot different data sets that vary widely from each other.

Stacking group

Allows grouping a series with another series separately using a different group name.

Spacing and width

The stacked column chart provides an option to customize spacing between two columns and the width of the column.

Rounded corners

Modernize the UI by applying rounded corners to the stacked column


Customize the color and border of the JavaScript Stacked Column Chart using built-in APIs.

JavaScript Stacked Column Chart Code Example

Easily get started with JavaScript Stacked Column using a few simple lines of JS code, as demonstrated below. Also explore our JavaScript Stacked Column Chart Example that shows you how to render and configure the stacked column chart component.

import { Chart, StackingColumnSeries, Category } from '@syncfusion/ej2-charts';
Chart.Inject(Chart, StackingColumnSeries, Category);

let chart: Chart = new Chart({
    primaryXAxis: {
        valueType: 'Category'
            type: 'StackingColumn',
            dataSource: [
                { x: '2014', y: 111.1 },
                { x: '2015', y: 127.3 },
                { x: '2016', y: 143.4 },
                { x: '2017', y: 159.9 }],
            xName: 'x',
            yName: 'y', name: 'UK'
            type: 'StackingColumn',
            dataSource: [
                { x: '2014', y: 76.9 },
                { x: '2015', y: 99.5 },
                { x: '2016', y: 121.7 },
                { x: '2017', y: 142.5 }],
            xName: 'x',
            yName: 'y', name: 'Germany',
            type: 'StackingColumn',
            dataSource: [
                { x: '2014', y: 66.1 },
                { x: '2015', y: 79.3 },
                { x: '2016', y: 91.3 },
                { x: '2017', y: 102.4 }],
            xName: 'x',
            yName: 'y', name: 'France',

}, '#Chart');
<!DOCTYPE html>


<body style = 'overflow: hidden'> 
    <div id="container">
     <div id="Chart"></div>

        #control-container {
            padding: 0px !important;


Learning Resources


Stacked Column Chart User Guide

Learn the available options to customize JavaScript stacked column chart.


Stacked Column Chart API Reference

Explore the JavaScript stacked column chart APIs.


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