Data class





axes ↔ dynamic
Set y axis the data related to. y and y2 can be used.
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classes ↔ dynamic
Set custom data class. If this option is specified, the element g for the data has an additional class that has the prefix c3-target- (e.g. c3-target-additional-data1-class).
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colors ↔ dynamic
Set color for each data.
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columns List<List>
Load data from a multidimensional array, with each element containing an array consisting of a datum name and associated data values.
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empty ↔ dynamic
Set text displayed when empty data.
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groups List<List<String>>
Set groups for the data for stacking.
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hashCode int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
hide ↔ dynamic
Hide each data when the chart appears. If true specified, all of data will be hidden. If multiple ids specified as an array, those will be hidden.
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json ↔ dynamic
Parse a JSON object for data.
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keys ↔ dynamic
Choose which JSON object keys correspond to desired data.
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labels ↔ dynamic
Show labels on each data points or set formatter function for data labels. The formatter function receives 4 arguments such as v, id, i, j and it must return a string that will be shown as the label. The arguments are: [...]
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mimeType String
Used if loading JSON via data.url
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names ↔ dynamic
xLocaltime?: any; xSort?: any; Set custom data name.
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order ↔ dynamic
Define the order of the data. This option changes the order of stacking the data and pieces of pie/donut. If null specified, it will be the order the data loaded. If function specified, it will be used to sort the data and it will recieve the data as argument. Available Values: desc, asc, function (data1, data2) { ... }, null
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regions ↔ dynamic
Define regions for each data. The values must be an array for each data and it should include an object that has start, end, style. If start is not set, the start will be the first data point. If end is not set, the end will be the last data point. Currently this option supports only line chart and dashed style. If this option specified, the line will be dashed only in the regions.
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rows List<List>
Load data from a multidimensional array, with the first element containing the data names, the following containing related data in that order.
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runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited
selection ↔ dynamic
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type String
Set chart type at once. If this option is specified, the type will be applied to every data. This setting can be overwritten by data.types. Available Values: line, spline, step, area, area-spline, area-step, bar, scatter, pie, donut, gauge
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types ↔ dynamic
Set chart type for each data. This setting overwrites data.type setting.
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unload ↔ dynamic
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url String
Load a CSV or JSON file from a URL. Note that this will not work if loading via the "file://" protocol as most browsers with block XMLHTTPRequests.
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x String
Specify the key of x values in the data. We can show the data with non-index x values by this option. This option is required when the type of x axis is timeseries. If this option is set on category axis, the values of the data on the key will be used for category names.
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xFormat String
Set a format to parse string specifed as x. Default is %Y-%m-%d
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xs ↔ dynamic
Specify the keys of the x values for each data. This option can be used if we want to show the data that has different x values.
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color(String color, dynamic d) → dynamic
Set color converter function. This option should a function and the specified function receives color (e.g. '#ff0000') and d that has data parameters like id, value, index, etc. And it must return a string that represents color (e.g. '#00ff00').
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
onclick(dynamic d, dynamic element) → void
Set a callback for click event on each data point. This callback will be called when each data point clicked and will receive d and element as the arguments. [...]
onmouseout(dynamic d, [dynamic element]) → void
Set a callback for mouseout event on each data point. This callback will be called when mouse cursor moves out each data point and will receive d as the argument. [...]
onmouseover(dynamic d, [dynamic element]) → void
Set a callback for mouseover event on each data point. This callback will be called when mouse cursor moves onto each data point and will receive d as the argument. [...]
onselected(dynamic d, [dynamic element]) → void
onunselected(dynamic d, [dynamic element]) → void
toString() String
Returns a string representation of this object.


operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator. [...]