The Vue Sparkline Charts, also known as inline graphs or tiny charts, are data visualization tools that help represent trends and variations associated with a measurement—such as average temperature or stock market activity—in a simple, lightweight, and condensed manner. They are a replacement for normal charts when there are space constraints, for example, when viewing them on a mobile device or placing one inside a grid cell.
Vue Sparkline Charts support five types of sparklines (line, column, area, win-loss, and pie) to show data trends.
Use a line sparkline to represent patterns and trends in data, such as seasonal effects, large changes, and turning points over a period of time.
An area sparkline is a line sparkline with the area between its points colored. Use this when the magnitude of the trend is to be communicated rather than individual data values.
A column sparkline is designed to show different values of two or more subjects. Use vertical bars to represent the different values.
Use a win-loss sparkline to show if each value is positive, negative, or zero to visualize win/loss scenarios such as results in games.
A pie sparkline is a circular graph that is divided into slices to illustrate numeric proportions.
Vue Sparkline Charts control offers different axes types like numeric, category, and date-time to plot any type of data in the sparkline.
Configure and customize axis in the sparkline graphs to show the origin and range of the data points.
Denote the data usage in Vue sparkline charts by highlighting and customizing the special data points, such as first, last, high, low, and negative points.
The markers highlights data points in the line and area sparklines and makes these sparklines more readable.
Improve readability by using data labels in the sparkline to display the values of data points.
The interactive Vue Sparkline Charts provide options to display details about data point values through a tooltip when hovering the mouse over a data point.
The track line tracks the data points that are closer to the mouse position or touch contact.
Highlight a particular region in a Vue sparkline charts using a range band to show the range of safe values. By setting the minimum and maximum ranges for a range band, the outliers can be easily identified.
The interactive Sparkline Chart control also supports touch interactions.
All the sparkline features will work on touch devices with zero configuration. Use touch features such as tooltip and track line without any customization.
You can view the Sparkline Charts control on various devices. Also hide specific elements in the sparkline for particular screen sizes by making a very minimal change in the events.
You can render the Sparkline Charts component in all modern browsers.