Use a numeric axis to represent numeric data in a HeatMap.
Use a date-time axis to represent time series data in a HeatMap. Similarly, display dates and times as axis labels with different formats.
Use a category axis to represent non-numerical data in a HeatMap and display text labels instead of numbers.
Achieve RTL layout by reversing the axis labels. This swaps the higher and lower ranges of an axis.
Arrange the axes smartly by moving them to positions opposite of their default positions.
Set axis labels with regular intervals, hiding adjacent labels across all types of axes.
Rotate axis labels clockwise or counterclockwise to any desired angle.
Customize axis label text using the available formatting options.
Customize the default appearance of a cell or data point using the available formatting options.
Toggle visibility or format the data labels to display custom text along with the cell values.
Change the borders and cell spacing by customizing the border settings.
Customize the default color settings of the HeatMap cells with gradient or solid custom colors.
Color ranges allow a color to be applied to specific ranges in HeatMap cells.
Choose between a gradient pointer and a list-type legend for improving data points’ readability.
Place the legend anywhere in the chart area to make it fit best on a page.
The control enables paging when legend items exceed the bounds. Then, each legend item can be viewed by navigating between the pages.
A legend title provides information about the HeatMap legend.
Handle missed or undefined data values with empty data points.
Display additional information for the data points with tooltips on hovering the mouse over them.
The HeatMap Chart component is also available in Blazor, React, Angular, and Vue frameworks. Check out the different HeatMap Chart platforms from the links below,
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