Columns in SciChart.js are rendered with a stroke and fill, and support gradient fill and PaletteProviders for more custom coloring options. Learn more about them below.
Custom Color Maps
Zooming, Panning and Interactions
Dealing With High Amounts Of Data
Use Cases And Industries
Everyone can understand and appreciate the simplicity and functionality of a column chart. The list of potential use cases and industries for this type of graph is never-ending. It doesn’t matter what your company specialises in, if you have to present data in a clear and concise way (be it for investors, managers or decision-makers), a column chart is ideal.
Our charts can be applied to your website, dashboard or used internally to aid in decision-making. Our customers include Samsung, Dell, Panasonic, Nintendo, Bosch and McLaren.
How Does It Work?
In SciChart.js, you can create a column chart using the FastColumnRenderableSeries type with the following code:
By adjusting the code, it’s possible to render gaps in columns, use point markers instead of columns and color different data points individually. Explore the full range of functionality and sample code, or begin for free today.
How To Get Started
Wondering how to get up to speed with SciChart? We’ve made it easy with our Getting Started guide. Read it to learn 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.
Planning a complex, intricate or highly specialised project? You’ll get all the support you need to bring it to life, with a wealth of online documentation and an active support forum to help you get your questions answered.
Why Use SciChart?
- Fast rendering for real-time data feeds
- Supports customisable, interactive features
- Five-star rated support for developers
- Winner of the Queen’s Award for Innovation
- Extensive features for complex charts
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get started?
You can begin experiencing all that SciChart.js has to offer with by signing up to our free community edition. We’ve prepared a handy guide to help you get started.
How much does a licence cost?
Our award-winning solution is available for free with our community edition. For commercial use, view our pricing to learn more.
What does a licence cover?
Each licence permits the use of SciChart.js for one developer and one domain.