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• Chapter 3: Plotting Area with Scatter Chart (2)

Two series: area spline and scatter. Scatter points size are adjusted according to their percentages.

• Chapter 3: Plotting Area with Scatter Chart (1)

Two series: area spline and scatter

• Chapter 3: Plotting Chart with Missing Data (3)

Two areaspline series are stacked together. One of the series has missing data with ConnectNulls set to true.

• Chapter 3: Plotting Chart with Missing Data (2)

Two areaspline series are stacked together. One of the series has missing data.

• Chapter 3: Plotting Chart with Missing Data (1)

Two spline series. Both have missing (null) data. One with connectNull set to true, the other one set to false

• Chapter 3: Stacked Area Chart (2)

Stacked two area spline series on top of each other. The third area spline is not stacked

• Chapter 3: Stacked Area Chart (1)

Stacked two area spline series on top of each other

• Chapter 3: Contrasting Spline with Step Line

Plotting area spline against step line series

• Chapter 3: Simulating a Projection Chart (1)

Projection part only - (Dashed line)

• Chapter 3: Simulating a Projection Chart (2)

Dashed line and area chart together

• Chapter 3: Sketching an Area Chart (1)

An artistic style area chart with couple scatter point

• Chapter 3: Extending to Multiple Series Line Charts (3)

Inverted multiple line series chart. Display marker on one of the series

• Chapter 3: Extending to Multiple Series Line Charts (2)

Inverted multiple line series chart

• Chapter 3: Extending to Multiple Series Line Charts (1)

thicken Japan line series

• Chapter 3: Population Graph 65 and Over (3)

X axis year number using pointStart in series option. This can be fixed by overwriting labels.formatter function by just returning this.value

• Chapter 3: Population Graph 65 and Over (2)

X axis year number using pointStart in series option. Problem: the point value is formatted with the numberFormat function

• Chapter 3: Population Graph 65 and Over (1)

X axis year number represented by categories

• Chapter 2: Extending to Multiple Axes (1)

Two market indices share the same axes

• Chapter 2: Expanding Color with Gradients (3)

linear gradient in vertical direction with ratio values. Both background and 2 bars have linear gradient

• Chapter 2: Extending to Multiple Axes (4)

4 different indices on 4 axes