Example showcasing the use of Line Series. Also known as Line Graph and Line Chart.
Using a point series to display a Point Graph. Also known as a Scatter Graph, Scatter Series, Point Graph, Scatter diagram or Scattergram.
Example showing how to draw and style Spline Series.
Basic use of Point Line Series. Also known as a Line Series, Line Graph, Line Chart, and Line with Markers.
Example plotting a million data points using progressive Line Series.
Example showing the use of a Step Series with different preprocessing modes. Also known as a Step Graph or Step Chart.
Example showing how to create clusters of differently colored points. Using Point Series.
Shows how to combine multiple series in to one chart.
Example on how to deal with high-resolution data - for example, measurements in microseconds precision.
Several AxesXY chart can be used to compare or see several graphs.
Lightning-fast Line Chart visualization over multiple channels that progress on the same X Axis
Custom tick positioning logic on a scrolling Axis.
Example showcasing the TimeTickStrategy feature which is ideal for displaying timestamp data between couple days all the way down to microseconds level.
Example showcasing the TimeTickStrategy feature with scrolling data and axis
Example showcasing the High Precision Axis XY feature which allows zooming of microseconds precision without any dirty data transforming
Example showcasing visualization of XY confidence ellipse widely used in statistics field
Example for creation of a DateTime Axis. DateTime axis can present time.
Example showcases using origin with Axis TickStrategies.
Dynamic 2D points coloring by arbitrary user data set.
Example showcasing logarithmic Axis with LineSeries.
Example showcasing grouped bars chart with Logarithmic Y Axis
Example showcasing OHLC series with a logarithmic Y axis
Example showcasing a custom ChartXY interaction for highlighting selected data points
Example showcasing basic use of an Area Range Series. Also known as a Area Graph, Area Chart or Range Area Chart.
Basic usage of a Monopolar Area series. Also known as a Area Graph or Area Chart.
Basic usage of Bipolar Area Series. Also known as a Bubble Series, Bubble Chart and Bubble Graph.
Layered Area Chart done by layering multiple Area Series on top of each other. Also known as a Layered Area Graph, Layered Area Chart or Multiple Area Charts.
Stacked Charts are a popular visual aid for comparing parts of a whole. Also known as Stacked Area Graph or Stacked Areas.
The example shows the basic usage of Area Range series to display variation in temperature.
This example shows a simulated electrocardiogram(ECG)-signal by using a Line Series in a XY Chart.
This type of chart is used as a trading tool to visualize price movements. Also known as Japanese Candlestick Chart.
Basic implementation of OHLC chart. Also known as Price Chart, Bar Chart.
This example shows real-time OHLC-packing using a variant of OHLC-series.
The examples purpose is to shed some light on the packing logic of OHLCSeriesWithAutomaticPacking. This is a variant of OHLCSeries.
Bar Charts show discrete numerical comparisons across categories, where the value represents the height of a bar. Also known as Bar Graph, Column Chart or Column Graph.
Horizontal variant of a Bar Chart. Also known as Bar Graph, Column Chart or Column Graph.
Grouped bars for better categorizing than normal bar chart. Also known as Multi-set and Clustered Bar Chart.
Also known as a Range Bar, Column Graph, Floating Bar Graph, Difference Graph, High-Low Graph.
Mosaic Chart can be used to compare observation counts of groups across different categories. Also known as Marimekko Chart.
Bar chart race shows the dynamics of the Covid-19 spread.
This example shows the basic use of Spider Chart. Also known as Radar Chart, Web Chart, Polar Chart, Star Series.
This example shows creation of a Radar Chart with animated transitions by using a suitably styled SpiderChart.
This example shows solid gauge chart.
Pie Chart (or a Circular Chart) is a chart used to show statistical graphic.
Donut Chart is a variation of Pie chart - functionally it's the same, visually it's only missing the center.
Example showcasing the use of Lookup Table with a Pie Chart.
Funnel Chart is a chart used to show statistical graphic. Funnel Chart is divided into slices, with each slice illustrating the numerical portion of the Funnel.
Pyramid Chart is a chart used to show statistical graphic. The Pyramid chart is divided into slices, with each slice illustrating the numerical portion of the whole Pyramid.
Example showing a dashboard with multiple chart types and LegendBox Panel.
Example for a dashboard with multiple progressive channels of data. Using progressive Line Series.
This example shows the creation of a simple trading dashboard with multiple individual charts on a single pane.
This example shows the specific business case to visualize the costs of a imaginary company across all the departments combined in a single interactive dashboard.
This example shows different progressive data-patterns, scrolling strategies, custom axes and function generators inside a dashboard.
This example shows series/axes progressing to all kinds of directions inside a dashboard.
This example shows different kinds of charts inside a dashboard.
This example showcases a real life application used in Fiber Analysis
This example shows the creation of a Zoom Band Chart.
Example creates a traditional Box and Whiskers Chart using ChartXY, BoxSeries and PointSeries for outliers.
This example shows usage of BoxSeries in extravagant manner.
This example shows usage of different Markers of the ChartXY environment.
This example shows usage of Bands and ConstantLines in XY Charts.
Example showcasing custom cursor implementation with LCJS UI
Example showcasing custom cursor implementation with HTML & CSS
Example showcasing custom cursor implementation with stacked Y charts
Using Ellipse Series as tool to create a Bubble Chart. Also known as a Bubble Series, Bubble Chart and Bubble Graph.
Example showcasing simple usage of Heatmap Grid Series.
Example showcasing simple use-case for Mesh-type Heatmap
Example showcasing 2D audio analysis spectrogram with LightningChart JS
Example showcasing simple usage of Scrolling Heatmap Grid Series
Example shows visualization of intensity in circle-based mesh chart.
Example for Chart with 2D spectrogram + dynamic projections on mouse interaction.
Example for Sweeping Heatmap Chart using HeatmapGridSeries
Example that showcases the pixel interpolation mode feature of 2D Heatmaps.
Example showcasing the use of 3D point series. Also known as scatter plot.
Example showcasing the use of 3D Line Series.
Example showcasing the use of SurfaceGridSeries3D to render a scrolling 3D spectrogram.
Example showcasing the use of BoxSeries3D to render a scrolling 3D spectrogram.
Example showcasing simple usage of 3D Surface Grid Series
Example showcasing simple usage of 3D Surface Mesh Series
Example showcasing simple usage of BoxSeries3D and the rounded edges feature.
Example showcasing the use of 3D point series in a high performance application, with constantly changing data.
Example showcasing the use of 3D line series in a high performance application, with constantly changing data.
PolarChart showcase with LineSeries
PolarChart showcase with AreaSeries
Simple overview of the Map Chart feature
Example of using MapChart with real data set and dynamic region coloring
Example on using MapChart with animated real-time data set