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  • #14084

    cshickman
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    Hello,

    I was wondering: is it possible to do a double doughnut chart with canvasjs?

    You can find examples of what I’m talking about via googling, but it’s basically a second ring around the first one. It can be used for data comparison (such as overall vs. individual).

    Please let me know if I’m not being clear enough. Thanks!

    #14092

    Bivek Singh
    Moderator

    @cshickman

    Are you looking for something like this?

    #14100

    cshickman
    Member

    Yes, that’s exactly it! So you can combine two different charts in one container? That’s awesome! I will use this jsfiddle when I am programming my chart.

    Out of curiosity, is it also possible to mark a certain spot on a chart like this, such as a target number? For example, adding a splitline on a bar chart.

    Thank you sir

    #14104

    Bivek Singh
    Moderator

    @cshickman

    As of now, it is not possible to draw 2 different charts in one container. For your second query, can you provide some pictorial representation so that we can understand your requirement in better way and help you out?

    #14108

    cshickman
    Member

    Sure! I would’ve done it earlier but it’s really difficult to use image share sites from my work network.

    Double doughnut with target indicator

    #14109

    cshickman
    Member

    Just in case you can’t see that, here’s a direct link to the image…

    http://imgur.com/2K137Mk

    #14117

    Bivek Singh
    Moderator

    cshickman,

    I’m sorry but this is not possible as of now.

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