Columns require extra geometry so can be difficult to optimise. However, with SciChart, you can process big datasets with tens of millions of points, or visualize data in real-time at 60 frames per second.
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Case Uses & Industries
Vertical stacked column charts are used to show relationships between individual values and the total sum. The side-by-side format gives you the option to display more data comparisons in a single graph.
This type of graph can be used by any sector. An example use case would be to display retail revenue for a particular period of time, which compares several categorical variables, such as store location and department.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Bar chart vs stacked column chart – which should I choose for my data visualization project?
The stacked column chart offers a multi-purpose visual that can help the user see and compare more data in an accessible way. A bar chart is a simpler version that simply compares a single variable against a numeric value. When stacking, you can increase the number of category variables to two. A stacked bar chart is a more suitable choice when looking to visualize the relative decomposition of each bar.
What customizations are available?
With our customization API, you can benefit from a wide range of customizations, which include custom color maps, changing spacing between bars and adding lines between columns.
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