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TimeseriesChart

The TimeseriesChart visually represents data in sequential order of time. It's used to observe trends, patterns, and fluctuations in the data over a specific time period.

Import

import { TimeseriesChart } from '@dynatrace/strato-components-preview/charts';

Use cases

In order to visualize data with the TimeseriesChart the minimum requirement is to provide one or more series of type Timeseries in the data prop.

In addition to an array of data points of the type TimeseriesDatapoint, a Timeseries is also required to include a name, which will be displayed in the tooltip and the legend. The data points within the series need to provide a value and a time dimension. The time dimension can either be handled as a timestamp if only a start timestamp is given, or as a timeframe if both a start and an end timestamp are provided for the datapoint.

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Size

By default, the chart will use all the available container size up to a maximum height of 300 pixels. This maximum height can be changed by providing a value in the height prop of the TimeseriesChart. If a number is passed to this prop without any unit specified, it will be treated as px.

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Variants

The TimeseriesChart supports three different chart variants: Area, bar and line. If no value is provided in the variant prop, the line variant is used by default. It is important to note that not all features and props apply to all variants equally. Each of these specific cases are outlined in the use cases below.

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Series actions

A series action is a creator-defined interaction with a given data point in the chart. Basic interactions include copying a series name and inspecting the underlying data of a data point. In order to enable chart interactions, the ChartSeriesAction subcomponent needs to be appended within the TimeseriesChart. More subcomponents can be added within this component, for instance ChartSeriesAction.Item, where you can provide a custom action that will appear in the legend menu. That action can execute any custom logic in its onSelect callback or get disabled via a disabled prop.

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Messages

This feature allows the user to display messages in the browser console using a custom handler. In addition to the text output itself, each message also includes a level of severity, namely warning or error. Chart messages can be used to notify the user about inconsistencies in the data for instance. The messages of type ChartMessage can be passed to the TimeseriesChart using the onMessage prop.

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Gap policy

Gaps in data refer to missing or unrepresented values between existing data points. In a dataset exclusively with timestamps, no continuity can be determined and therefore there are always “gaps” between data points regardless of the resolution of the dataset. In a timeframe dataset however, gaps are considered when the end timestamp of the previous data point is earlier than the start timestamp of the next data point, meaning there is a timespan between the end of a previous data point and the next one with no given value.

The TimeseriesChart provides the gapPolicy prop to configure how gaps are visualized in a chart. There are three gapPolicy options available: gap, connect, and threshold.

  • The gap option displays gaps on the chart as is (e.g. breaks along a line). This option helps to see the absence of data during a period of time.
  • The connect option connects consecutive data points irrespective of the gap using linear interpolation.
  • The threshold option provides a mechanism to configure thresholds of a certain time (e.g. 30 seconds, 5 minutes, 1 day, 3 months, etc.). When the gap between sequential data points in the dataset is less than or equal to the threshold, then the data points will be connected.

Note: The gapPolicy prop is only supported in area and line chart variants and with the band subcomponent. The bar chart variant doesn't support a gapPolicy and does not react to the property configuration.

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Value representation

By default, values within a chart are displayed as is - with their absolute value (e.g. 3.14 kB). This can, however, be changed so that instead of absolute values, relative values are represented. Relative values indicate the proportion that a given series or datapoint contributes to the sum (100%). The valueRepresentation prop can be used to change this behavior.

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Change the chart color/s

The TimeseriesChart provides a set of predefined color palettes and it also accepts custom color palettes. See coloring for more details.

Apart from all these options for providing a color palette, the TimeseriesChart also offers the ability to override colors for specific series. When a color override is specified, it takes precedence over the color that would otherwise be assigned from the color palette. However, it does not affect the colors assigned to other series. This allows for fine-grained control over the appearance of individual series within the chart. In a TimesereisChart, a color override is done by a shape (e.g. line, area, etc.) subcomponent. The desired color should be specified in the color prop of a shape subcomponent.

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Legend

The purpose of the legend is to provide additional identifying information for the chart, without needing to interact with the legend directly.

Truncation Mode

The purpose of truncation is to gracefully handle extra long labels within data visualization components. By changing the value of this property, you have control over where truncation is applied within charts. By default, the truncation is applied to the middle of labels with the use of an ellipsis. Truncation can, however be changed to instead be applied at the start or end of data visualization component labels.

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Series curve

You can select the curve shape of the line, band and area series via the curve prop. The available options are 'linear' where line joins will be straight (default option) or 'smooth' for a more fluid curve.

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Visibility

The legend of the TimeseriesChart is shown by default. In order to hide or show the legend, you need to set the value of legend.hidden on the subcomponent.

Position

By default, the position of the legend of the TimeseriesChart is set automatically. This option prioritizes the legend placement to the right of the chart area. When the chart width is reduced, the legend is repositioned to the area beneath the chart. It is also possible to explicitly set the chart's legend position to right or bottom with the position prop.

Legend ratio

By default, the legend occupies 25% of the container width, in the case where the legend is positioned on the right and 25% of the container height if the legend position is on the bottom.

It is possible to override the default legend ratio by setting a custom percentage value for the ratio prop. The expected value is in the range of 5-80. Values out of expected ranges will roll back to the default legend ratio.

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Chart interactions

Chart interactions enable additional possibilities for end users to interact with the data plotted within the chart area. The interactive options currently supported within the TimeseriesChart are zoom-x, zoom in, zoom out, and pan. To incorporate these interactions, the ChartInteractions subcomponent must be added to the TimeseriesChart. The chart interaction can then either be triggered using keyboard shortcuts or by the optional chart toolbar. To enable the toolbar with the chart interactions, the ChartToolbar subcomponent must be added to the TimeseriesChart. To set initial position of the toolbar, the placement prop can be used.

Explore

The explore functionality is the default mode and it allows you to inspect the data within the chart. It includes an optional feature to select an area to zoom along the x-axis. In order to enable this option it is necessary to add the ChartInteractions.ZoomX subcomponent to the ChartInteractions component. You can also pan with the mouse middle button by enabling the ChartInteractions.Pan subcomponent.

You can optionally trigger this mode from the keyboard by pressing E while the chart has focus.

Zoom-In and Zoom-Out

The zoom functionality within the TimeseriesChart allows users to zoom in to the chart's plotted data by a fixed point along the x-axis. The chart supports zoom in (incremental) and zoom out (decremental) actions.

In order to enable either of these zoom options on a chart it is necessary to add the ChartInteractions.Zoom subcomponent to the ChartInteractions component.

You can optionally zoom in/out different ways by first focusing the chart:

  • Pressing Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Windows) + the mouse wheel, will generate a zoom in/out trigger.
  • Pressing Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Windows) + ↑ (Up Arrow) will zoom-in.
  • Pressing Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Windows) + ↓ (Down Arrow) will zoom-out.

Pan

Once a user has zoomed into the plotted data on a chart, panning can optionally be enabled. Panning allows users to navigate left and right along the x-axis whilst in a zoomed-in state. In order to enable this functionality, the ChartInteractions.Pan subcomponent needs to be added to the ChartInteractions component.

You can optionally trigger this mode from the keyboard by pressing P while the chart has focus.

Once you have triggered this mode:

  • Pressing ← (Left Arrow) will pan to the left. You can also press Shift to increase the speed of pan movement.
  • Pressing → (Right Arrow) will pan to the right. You can also press Shift to increase the speed of pan movement.

Reset

Reset will restore the chart to its initial state.

You can optionally trigger this action from the keyboard by pressing R while the chart has focus.

  • Double clicking on any part of the chart will trigger a reset.
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Download data as CSV

The TimeseriesChart component supports download data in CSV format using a toolbar button. To enable this feature, a ChartToolbar subcomponent with ChartToolbar.DownloadData inside of it must be provided to the TimeseriesChart component. On click of the download button, raw data will be downloaded as a CSV file.

The CSV file contains the following columns:

  • dimension-(n) - the name of the dimension, where n is the index of the dimension
  • series - the full name of the series (all dimensions concatenated using symbol)
  • unit - the unit of the series
  • start - the start timestamp of the data point
  • end - the end timestamp of the data point
  • value - the value of the data point
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It's also possible to programmatically trigger the download of the CSV file by calling the downloadData method on the TimeseriesChart instance reference.

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Multiple chart configuration

Given certain situations it can be helpful to share a common chart configuration across several TimeseriesChart instances. To avoid repeating the same configuration in all instances, the TimeseriesChartConfig provider can be used. It accepts an object where the keys are either props of the TimeseriesChart component, or the corresponding object representation of each one of the TimeseriesChart subcomponents props. (TimeseriesChart.Legend, TimeseriesChart.YAxis, Timeseries.XAxis, Timeseries.Tooltip ChartsInteractions).

A specific configuration of a TimeseriesChart instance will take precedence over the one specified in the TimeseriesChartConfig.

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Axes

To configure the axes of the TimeseriesChart, the TimeseriesChart.XAxis and TimeseriesChart.YAxis subcomponents can be added. The label property sets the axis label. Axis scale boundaries can be set with the min and max props. The Y-axis scale property can be used to set the value scale to either linear or log (logarithmic).

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The TimeseriesChart.XAxis supports timestamps of type number, whereas the TimeseriesChart.YAxis subcomponent also supports data-max in the max property and data-min in the min property. These special values allow for granular control over the Y-axis scale boundaries. By default, the auto value is used for both min and max properties. The auto mode automatically determines both the minimum and maximum values of the Y-axis scale based on the data in the chart (similar to data-min and data-max) and sets the Y-axis baseline to zero.

Multiple Y-axes

The TimeseriesChart supports multiple Y-axes. TimeseriesChart.YAxis provides a position property which can be set to either left or right.

When you specify multiple Y-axes, the chart automatically assigns data series to Y-axes based on the unique units of the data. The first unique unit is assigned to the left Y-axis, and the second unique unit to the right Y-axis. Note that any additional data series with different units from those already used will not be displayed.

Filtering the data on the legend could result in moving the data from the right axis to the left if there are no left series displayed in the legend.

Currently, it's not possible to assign data series to specific Y-axes, nor is it possible to use the same unit for both Y-axes.

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Having a timeseries with two units with different Y-Axes defined:

  • If only one left Y-Axis is defined, only the first unit will be displayed on the left.
  • If only one right Y-Axis is defined, only the first unit will be displayed on the right.
  • If both Y-Axes are defined, the first unit will be placed on the left, and the second unit on the right.

Tooltip

Tooltips are used to display additional detailed information about a selected data point and can be enabled by adding the TimeseriesChart.Tooltip subcomponent. The tooltip variant defines whether the tooltip should contain data points from all series (shared) for the selected timestamp, or just the closest one (single). The seriesDisplayMode prop can be used to define whether the tooltip should be comprised of a single line of information or multiple lines.

The sequence of the input data in the chart determines the arrangement of the tooltip series.

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Formatter

The unit for the TimeseriesChart, by default, will be appended to the specified value. There are two other options in the formatter that allow for greater customization. The first option enables you to prepend the unit to the value, while the second option enables you to ignore the original unit and append a custom string instead. Additionally, there is a custom formatter option available to allow you to change the input unit to one of your choice, e.g.: if the input unit is bits, you are able to switch and display the unit as bytes, correctly formatted. The formatted value is applied in the axis ticks, as well as in the tooltip and the axis magnifier. The use cases below outline each of these scenarios.

The precision of the formatter will adapt automatically based on the data decimals if there is no precision configuration from the custom formatter option.

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Annotations

Annotations are used to visualize specific events or contextual notes on the TimeseriesChart in the form of markers placed in time-based tracks.

The marker represents an annotation at a certain point or period in time. They can be either timestamp-based (a circular shaped marker) or timeframe-based (a pill shaped marker) depending on the type of the annotation data point. Annotations with the same timestamp/timeframe are grouped together under a single marker that displays the number of grouped annotations. Markers can be displayed on a single or multiple tracks. When there are more than three tracks, an overflow scroll is applied.

Add annotations to the chart

In order to visualize annotation data inside the TimeseriesChart a TimeseriesChart.Annotations component should be initialized. This component should have at least one track, that contains a marker component per annotation data point.

An annotation data point should contain a time dimension just as the TimeseriesChart (start and optional end) as well as a title. A description which will be displayed in the tooltip is optional.

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Visual customization

Tracks and markers support visual customization in order to differentiate various types of annotations.

It's possible to set custom colors on both the track (to be applied to all markers) and the marker level by using the color property on the respective component. A marker's custom color has precedence over track's. This color can be set to any Design System color token, as well as any rgb, hex or CSS color.

The symbol property allows you to apply an icon, emoji, single letter, glyph, or Design System icon to either an individual marker or to an entire track. When applied to a track, this symbol will be used as the default. As with the color property, a marker's custom symbol has higher priority than track's.

When markers partially overlap one another, the order of the annotations defines which marker is displayed on top. Timestamp-based annotations are always displayed above timeframe-based ones. It's also possible to customize the marker display order, by using the priority property. The higher the value of the priority property, the higher precedence the marker has. The priority property also affects the color of markers i.e. within a group, the color of the marker with the highest priority will be applied to the group.

It's possible to assign a label to a track using the label property. Be aware that labels are hidden by default. To show a track's label, the showLabels property has to be applied to the TimeseriesChart.Annotations component.

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Visibility

An entire track can be hidden by adding the hidden property to the TimeseriesAnnotations.Track component. The same configuration can be applied to a marker, by setting the hidden property on the TimeseriesAnnotations.Marker component.

When hovering a marker (with the cursor), an annotation indicator appears over the chart area. The indicator's visibility can be customized on either a track or marker level by using the indicatorsDisplay property:

  • With the auto option, the default behaviour is applied - indicators appear on hover.
  • The always option sets indicators to always be visible within the chart area, regardless of the hovering behavior.
  • The never option sets indicators to never be visible.
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Custom actions

Annotations support both out-of-the-box and custom interactions. When hovering over markers and marker groups, additional detailed information is displayed in the annotation tooltip (out-of-the-box interaction). Similarly to the TimeseriesChart series actions, the TimeseriesChart.Annotationscomponent supports custom actions which can be defined by the Creator.

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Band chart

A time series based band chart, also known as a prediction band chart or a confidence band chart, is a type of chart geometry that is commonly used in time series analysis and forecasting. The chart is designed to visualize and understand the uncertainty surrounding a predicted value based on historical data, or fluctuations of a value in a given time period (i.e. min & max).

A median line chart (displaying the average) together with a band chart (displaying min & max values) is useful for better understanding the context around a given metric value. The band chart helps to visualize the range and/or level of uncertainty because it helps to visualize the trend of the data and the level of uncertainty around a given metric or trend. In forecasting usecases comparing the current value of the data to the prediction band, it is possible to identify whether or not the data is following the expected trend or deviating from it.

In terms of data structure, time series charts typically display a single value for each point in time, whereas band charts, also known as confidence interval charts, display a range of values by plotting two lines: one for the minimum value ('lower band', y0) and one for the maximum value (upper band, y1).

Basic usage

The band is defined as a subcomponent within the time series chart by using the TimeseriesChart.Band sub-component. See below, for the most simple example of a band chart.

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Stroke and fill properties

By default, the band chart is rendered with the area between its bounds "filled". For use cases in which this is too distracting or where one needs to compare two bands to one another, the chart geometry also has a strokeOnly property. When set to true, only the lines (strokes) delimitating the bounds of the band will be visible.

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Equal values

When the y0 and y1 values in the dataset are equal a line is rendered instead of a band.

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Gaps in the data

As the band chart is an extension of the time series chart, the same gap policies apply to it (see above).

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Multiple bands

Multiple bands can be rendered in the same chart and combined with other geometries. A common use case is rendering a band chart (showing min & max) together with a Timeseries.Line (showing the average).

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Combination charts (multiple geometries)

Using configuration per series allows for a single series to have a different configuration, which is more specific than the global one. In order to do so, we can use a subcomponent for each shape (<TimeseriesChart.Line />, <TimeseriesChart.Bar />, <TimeseriesChart.Area /> and <TimeseriesChart.Band />). Each subcomponent will enable different properties depending on the type of shape. If there is not any variant or subcomponent set and only the data is set, the default variant will be Line. There are some common configurations between shapes, which are:

  • color: The color of the series. It will override the color palette configuration for this specific series.
  • valueRepresentation: It is possible to use a different value representation than the global one only if there is no secondary unit attached to the right axis. If the right axis is already assigned to a unit, the value representation will roll back to absolute, and the override will be ignored. This property doesn't apply to the band shape.

ℹ️️ Be aware that the series configuration managed through the subcomponents won't be part of the shareable configuration.

Ordering

In a few words, the shape types (line, bars, area, band) will appear in the same order set on the subcomponents. When a global variant is defined in the chart configuration, it will always have lower priority (it will always be rendered below the other shapes) than the other geometries.

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Line

In order to display data as a line (i.e. using the line geometry) within the chart, pass your data to a <TimeseriesChart.Line /> subcomponent. The available properties for a series rendered as a line are as follows:

  • gapPolicy: It can be either gap, connect, or threshold. More details in the gap policy section.
  • pointsDisplay: Whether to show data points always, never, or depending on a width-based threshold amount.
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Bar

In order to display data as a bar (i.e. using the bar geometry) within the chart, pass your data to a <TimeseriesChart.Bar /> subcomponent. If several series with the same shape type, are added on the same timeframe/timestamp, data will be stacked.

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Area

In order to display data as an area (i.e. using the area geometry) within the chart, pass your data to a <TimeseriesChart.Area /> subcomponent. The available properties for a series rendered as an area are as follows:

  • gapPolicy: It can be either gap, connect, or threshold. More details in the gap policy section.
  • pointsDisplay: Whether to show data points always, never, or depending on a width-based threshold amount.

If several series with the same shape type, are added on the same timeframe/timestamp, data will be stacked.

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Thresholds

Thresholds are used to mark meaningful ranges or values on a TimeseriesChart and they add contextual information to a numerical axis. There are two variants of thresholds:

  • a specific point represented on the Y-axis and a line across.
  • a range - or filled area - represented by a pill on the Y-axis and a band across.

Point and Range

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Both point and range can be represented by static or dynamic data sources. A static data source has a single value representing a point or a single key-value pair representing a fixed range. A dynamic data source has a data array containing more than one value or various key-value pairs.

There are three different types of threshold markers:

  • Range filled, where the value range is defined in order to display the threshold band. The upper and lower lines are not drawn unless the pill is hovered.

  • Range stroke-only variant, where a value range is defined in order to display the threshold band represented by upper and lower dashed lines. The upper and lower lines become continuous lines when the pill is hovered.

  • Point, where only one value is required to display the threshold. It's represented by a dashed line and when the point is hovered the line becomes a continuous line.

Dynamic Point

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Dynamic Range

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Dynamic Range Stroke Only

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There is no limit defined for the number of threshold ranges or points that can be used in a single TimeseriesChart.

By default, thresholds are positioned on the left axis and with the use of the position prop, we can place thresholds on the right axis or on both, as depicted below.

Left Axis

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Right Axis

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Dual Axis

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Error state

The ErrorState subcomponent is responsible for handling errors in a graceful manner, ultimately improving the overall user experience. Its primary function is to catch any errors that may occur with the data and display a fallback UI instead of crashing the entire application. The fallback UI occupies the full width and height of the chart, ensuring that users are still provided with a meaningful interface even in the presence of errors.

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The ErrorState subcomponent offers a versatile feature that enables it to handle both default and custom error messages. You can provide a custom message through the ErrorState subcomponent, which will then override the default error message. This flexibility allows developers to tailor error messages to their specific needs and requirements, ensuring a more personalized and informative user experience.

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The ErrorState subcomponent provides the flexibility to format custom error messages using HTML, which allows for enhanced customization and adaptability in presenting error information. Furthermore, it is possible to incorporate the original thrown error within your custom error message, ensuring that users receive comprehensive and relevant information when an error occurs.

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EmptyState

The EmptyState subcomponent serves as a fallback when there is no data available to display in a chart. Its purpose is to provide a user-friendly way of informing the user about the current situation. When there is no data, a fallback UI is displayed occupying the full width and height of the chart, along with a default message.

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A feature of EmptyState is its ability to handle custom messages. It provides the flexibility to format custom messages using HTML, which allows for enhanced customization and adaptability in presenting error information.

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Loading

The loading prop is a boolean value that can be passed to the TimeseriesChart component to control its loading state. When the loading prop is set to true, the loading indicator appears in the middle of the chart plot to inform the user that the component is currently fetching or processing data. When the loading prop is set to false, the component should display its regular content.

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Styling

The TimeseriesChart also accepts custom styling, which can be set using the props className and/or style as in a regular html element.

Props

TimeseriesChartProps

extends,
NameTypeDefaultDescription
data?
[]
-The series data passed to the chart
height?
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300pxThe height of the chart. If a number is passed, it will be treated as px.
variant?
'line'Variant to configure the type of chart
seriesActions?
(timeseries: , datapoint?: | ) => .
-Exposed callback to display series actions for a series
onMessage?
(messages: []) =>
-Messages emitted by the chart
gapPolicy?
-The gap policy to be applied to all series of the chart
pointsDisplay?
'autoShow the datapoints always, never or based on a threshold amount.
valueRepresentation?
-The value representation to be used, either absolute or relative
loading?
falseShow the loading indicator when truly.
colorPalette?
|
'categorical'Color palette that will be applied to the chart.
truncationMode?
'middle'Truncation mode to use (start, middle, end) Applied to all the parts that truncate text.
curve?
'linear'Defines the curve shape of the series
children?
-

TimeseriesChart.Legend

To configure the legend, add TimeseriesChart.Legend to the time series chart.

TimeseriesChartLegendProps

Signature:

export declare type TimeseriesChart = ;

TimeseriesChart.Tooltip

To configure the tooltip, add TimeseriesChart.Tooltip to the time series chart.

TimeseriesChartTooltipProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
variant?
-Whether the tooltip should contain datapoints from all series for the selected timestamp, or just the closest one.
seriesDisplayMode?
-The tooltip items display mode. When it's undefined and variant is 'shared', then set to 'single-line', if variant is 'single', then set to 'multi-line'.

TimeseriesChart.XAxis

To configure the x-axis, add TimeseriesChart.XAxis to the time series chart.

TimeseriesChartXAxisProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
max?
| |
-The maximum point in time for the X axis. It can either be: a number representing a timestamp, an ISO8601-compliant string, or a Date object
min?
| |
-The minimum point in time for the X axis. It can either be: a number representing a timestamp, an ISO8601-compliant string, or a Date object
label?
-The label to display alongside the axis.

TimeseriesChart.YAxis

To configure the y-axis, add TimeseriesChart.YAxis to the time series chart.

TimeseriesChartYAxisProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
max?
'auto'Maximal value on the y-axis.
min?
'auto'Minimal value on the y-axis.
position?
-The position of the Y-axis relative to the chart area.
label?
-The label to display alongside the axis.
scale?
-The scale of the Y axis values.
formatter?
| <, >
-Timeseries tick formatter

TimeseriesChart.Threshold

TimeseriesChart.Threshold provides a slot for defining annotations in the chart.

TimeseriesChartThresholdProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
data
-The threshold data to be graphed by the component
color
-The unique color picked for this timeseries representation in HEX, RGB, Color Token or HSL.
position?
-The position of the threshold relative to the timeseries chart.
strokeOnly?
-Whereas to show the ranges filled or only the strokes
label?
"Threshold"Label to be shown in the threshold tooltip.

TimeseriesChart.EmptyState

TimeseriesChart.EmptyState provides a slot where the Empty state wrapper can be set.

EmptyStateProp

NameTypeDefaultDescription
children
.
-

TimeseriesChart.ErrorState

TimeseriesChart.ErrorState provides a slot where the Error state wrapper can be set.

ErrorStateProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
children
. | ((errorMessage: ) => .)
-

TimeseriesChart.Annotations

TimeseriesChart.Annotations provides a slot for defining annotations in the chart.

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HistogramAnnotations.Track

TimeseriesAnnotations.Track provides a slot for defining a track in the TimeseriesChart.Annotations.

TimeseriesAnnotationsTrackProps

extends
NameTypeDefaultDescription
priority?
-
indicatorsDisplay?
-Defines how to show the annotations indicators: always, never, or on hover (auto) at Track level

TimeseriesChart.Marker

TimeseriesAnnotations.Marker provides a slot for defining a marker in the TimeseriesChart.Annotations.

TimeseriesAnnotationsMarkerProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
indicatorsDisplay?
-Defines how to show the annotations indicators: always, never, or on hover (auto) for a specific marker
data
-Annotation data point.
color?
-Annotation markers color (hex, rgba, token).
priority?
-Priority of annotation.
symbol?
-Annotation marker character (letter/emoji/icon/glyph or Unicode character).
hidden?
-Flag to hide a marker

TimeseriesChart.Line

TimeseriesChart.Line provides a slot for defining a Line.

TimeseriesChartLineProps

extends
NameTypeDefaultDescription
data
-The series data passed to the line
gapPolicy?
-Defines how gaps are handled (connect vs. gap)
pointsDisplay?
-Whether to show data points always, never, or depending on a width-based threshold amount

TimeseriesChart.Area

TimeseriesChart.Area provides a slot for defining a Area.

TimeseriesChartAreaProps

extends
NameTypeDefaultDescription
data
-The series data passed to the area
gapPolicy?
-Defines how gaps are handled (connect vs. gap)
pointsDisplay?
-Whether to show data points always, never, or depending on a width-based threshold amount

TimeseriesChart.Bar

TimeseriesChart.Bar provides a slot for defining a Bar.

TimeseriesChartBarProps

extends
NameTypeDefaultDescription
data
-The series data passed to the bar

TimeseriesChart.Band

TimeseriesChart.Band provides a slot for defining a Band.

TimeseriesChartBandProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
data
-The series data passed to the band
strokeOnly?
-Whether only the band chart edges strokes are visible. Default value: false
color?
-The unique color picked for this time series representation in HEX, RGB, Color Token or HSL.
seriesAction?
(series: ) =>
-Exposed callback to display series action for a series
gapPolicy?
-

ChartInteractions

Use the ChartInteractions component for configuring the chart zoom interactions of the chart.

ChartInteractionsProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription
onZoomChange?
-Callback called when any zoom event has been performed affecting the data timeframe

ChartInteractions.Zoom

Define the ChartInteractions.Zoom component within the ChartInteractions for enabling the zoom in/out of the chart.

ChartInteractions.ZoomX

Define the ChartInteractions.ZoomX component the ChartInteractions for enabling the zoom in the x axis of the chart.

ChartInteractions.Pan

Define the ChartInteractions.Pan component the ChartInteractions for enabling the pan of the chart.

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