AnyStock supports a lot of different series types. Here's a sample where we have put three of them.
// create the column series var columnSeries = plot_column.column(mapping); columnSeries.name("Highest rates"); // create ohlc series var ohlcSeries = plot_line_ohlc.ohlc(ohlcMapping); ohlcSeries.name("ACME Corp. Stock Prices"); // create line series var lineSeries = plot_line_ohlc.line(lineMapping); lineSeries.yScale(extraYScale); lineSeries.name("Number of income requests worldwide");
You can see that the whole chart is somewhat divided in two parts, where one contains ohlc and line series and the second one has column in it, while both parts have identical x-Axis and are being scrolled simultaneously. This can be done using plots. You can read about them here. Also one of our plots has two axes. You can find information about managing axes here.
Series in AnyStock chart are much alike normal series of Basic charts, except for having "hovered" and "selected" state. So we can adjust the colors of the series in normal state, adjust the tooltips, etc. Let's now create a sample with adjusted colors and tooltips.
// create column series var firstSeries = firstPlot.column(mapping); firstSeries.name("Highest rates"); // create ohlc series on the second plot var secondSeries = secondPlot.ohlc(ohlcMapping); // set width for columns in percent secondSeries.pointWidth('50%'); secondSeries.name("ACME Corp. Stock Prices"); // create column series on the third plot var thirdSeries = thirdPlot.column(columnMapping); thirdSeries.name("Lowest rates"); //set gradient fill for the series thirdSeries.fill(['#dd2c00', "#ffd54f", "#ef6c00"], 0, true, 0.8);
In case of adding the thumbnail series to the scroller, you should know that those series have the "selected" state. Let's add a background series of a column type to the scroll bar background and adjust its "selected" state colors.
// create a thumbnail series in the scroller var thSeries = chart.scroller().column(lineMapping); // define the shown part of a chart chart.selectRange('2014-02-01','2014-05-06'); // set the color for the selected columns in the thumbnail series thSeries.selectedFill("#4527A0");
Find them in the Supported Series list.