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    Hello Support.

    We have a few charts that we want to display that does not have numeric values for both axes.
    e.g. Number of people in a country
    e.g. Service Areas – count on Y-axis, names of the Services on the X-axis
    etc.

    We have been using the pie/column/bar for everything and want to use a different type of chart.

    Two questions:
    1.) Can a scatter chart be used for the 2 examples above…??
    2.) Can you tell me which types of charts from your list, that do not have to have numeric values for both axes so that we can display charts like those mentioned above..??? (1 axis has numeric value and the other axis has a label.)

    Thanks in advance.

    #25910

    @driven13,

    Can a scatter chart be used for the 2 examples above…??

    Please refer this article for more information on How to Choose the Right Chart or Graph for Your Data.

    Can you tell me which types of charts from your list, that do not have to have numeric values for both axes so that we can display charts like those mentioned above..??? (1 axis has numeric value and the other axis has a label.)

    Labels over axisX and number over axisY is supported across all the chart-types likes line, column, area, bar, etc except pie, doughtnut, funnel & pyramid.


    Shashi Ranjan
    Team CanvasJS

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