Bubble charts are created in SciChart.js using the FastBubbleRenderableSeries.
The JS Bubble chart type can be animated, have varying point colors and sizes and supports a variety of point types: circle, square, and custom shapes are possible. Learn more about them below.
Custom Color Maps
Zooming, Panning and Interactions
Dealing With High Amounts of Data
SciChart.js graphs and charts don’t just look the part: they really perform. Each one can accept millions of individual data points and has been optimised to load quickly and run smoothly on any machine. So, if you want to visualize large amounts of data in seconds, SciChart.js has you covered.
Use Cases and Industries
Similar to scatter charts, bubble charts add another visual variable – the size of each bubble. This makes them ideal for presenting data that has three or more dimensions.
A wide variety of industries use them within SciChart.js to communicate vital information to investors, stakeholders and decision makers. We work with an array of companies in an equally varied collection of sectors, including pharmaceutical, oil and gas, medical, instrumentation, defence, aerospace, motorsport, process automation, mining, investment banking, trading and more.
How Does it Work?
Anything is possible in SciChart.js. For example, you can render gaps, implement varied point markers, paint bubbles with different colors and more.
How to Get Started
Getting started with SciChart is simple – especially if you read our handy Getting Started guide. It teaches you how to:
- Get started for free with our community edition.
- Code a chart with NPM and Webpack, with step-by-step samples included.
- Compile our examples app and gain access to 80+ chart examples, including donut charts.
- Build a charting app of your own, with easy-to-follow tutorials.
Why Use SciChart?
- Fast rendering for real-time data feeds
- Supports customizable, interactive features
- Five-star rated support for developers
- Winner of the Queen’s Award for Innovation
- Extensive features for complex charts
Frequently Asked Questions
My data only has two dimensions – which graph should I use instead?
If you only need to display two dimensions but want a similar-looking graph, we’d recommend using a scatter chart instead.
I have a large amount of data to display. Which type of bubble chart would you recommend?
SciChart.js allows you to create 3D bubble charts, which are perfect for creating point clouds with millions of individual data points.
I have questions about the software – how can I get support?
We’re always happy to help and answer any questions you have about SciChart. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.