Angular Chart Features
The Ignite UI for Angular Charts allow you to display many different features to portray the full data story to be told with your chart. Each of these features are fully customizable, and can be styled to suit your design needs - allowing you full control. Interactions such as highlighting and annotations allow you to call out important data details allowing for a deeper data analysis within your chart.
The Angular Charts offer the following chart features:
Modify or customize all aspects of both the X-Axis and Y-Axis using the different axis properties. You can display gridlines, customize the style of tickmarks, change axis titles, and even modify axis locations and crossing values. You can learn more about customizations of the Angular chart's Axis Gridlines, Axis Layouts, and Axis Options topic.
These additional layers are on top of the chart which are mouse / touch dependent. Used individually or combined, they provide powerful interactions that help to highlight certain values within the chart. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Annotations topic.
Animate your chart as it loads a new data source by enabling animations. These are customizable by setting different types of animations and the speed at which those animations take place. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Animations topic.
Bring focus to visuals such as lines, columns, or markers by highlighting them as the mouse hovers over the data items. This features is enabled on all chart types. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Highlighting topic.
Identify data points quickly, even if the value falls between major gridlines with the use of markers on the chart series. These are fully customizable in style, color, and shape. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Markers topic.
You can navigate the chart by zooming and panning with the mouse, keyboard, and touch interactions. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Navigation topic.
Overlays allows you to annotate important values and thresholds by plotting horizontal or vertical lines in charts. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Overlays topic.
Angular charts are optimized for high performance of rendering millions of data points and updating them every few milliseconds. However, there are several chart features that affect performance of the charts and they should be considered when optimizing performance in your application. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Performance topic.
Display all information relevant to the particular series type via Tooltips. There are different tooltips that can be enabled, such as Item-level and Category-level tooltips. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Tooltips topic.
Use trendlines to identify a trend or find patterns in your data. There are many different trendlines supported by the Angular chart, such as CubicFit and LinearFit. You can learn more about this feature in the Chart Trendlines topic.