The Chart Canvas element's Series child elements cause a data visualization (the chart) to be rendered in the canvas.
The following topics discuss the Series.Bubble child element:
- Using Multiple Series
- Series.Bubble Attributes
- Using the Data Labels Element
- Using the Marker Points Element
- Using the Quicktips Element
- Using Action Elements
- Using Input Selection
- Using the Refresh Series Timer
The Series.Bubble element generates a Bubble chart, which is commonly used to present three values: two plotted along the X- and Y-axes and a third indicated by the size of the bubble symbol.
The example above shows a simple Bubble chart, presenting return on investment over time, and the size of each investment.
As shown above, the chart is created by adding Series.Bubble to the canvas, along with a datalayer. Very few attributes need to be set for the Series element in order to produce a basic chart.
A datalayer element can be used either beneath Series.Bubble, as shown above, or beneath Chart Canvas. If used as a child of Chart Canvas, its data is available to all child Series elements. This can improve performance if you have several series, all using the same data, beneath the same Chart Canvas element.
The properties of the X- and Y-axis, including captions, are set using the X-Axis and Y-Axis elements, as shown above.