indexLabelPlacement: String

Using this property you can define whether to render indexLabel “inside” or “outside” the dataPoint.


Default: Automatically handled
  • “inside” for stacked charts.
  • “outside” for pie/doughnut charts.
  • “auto” for all other chart types.
Example: “outside”, “inside”, “auto”

Notes
  • If the indexLabelPlacement is inside, it is advised to have smaller labels or to reduce indexLabelFontSize so that indexLabels can be accommodated.
  • When set to “auto”, the chart automatically decides whether to place labels inside or outside based on the available space.
  • In case of rangeColumn / rangeBar charts indexLabels are displayed at the extreme end when indexLabelPlacement is set to “inside” – because they have two indexLabels.


var  chart =  new  CanvasJS.Chart("container",
{
 .
 .
 data: [{
  indexLabelPlacement: "inside",

  },
 ]
 .
 .
});
chart.render();


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Comments 6

  1. Hello,

    When I use the “inside” placement for stacked column chart, it shows the label attached to the top of column. Can I show it in the middle?

    Thanks

  2. Would you consider making bubble type charts compatible with indexLabelPlacement? Right now it seems only inside is available, but for some data (small bubbles, f.i., it would be great to been able to show the label outside. Thanks!

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