AmChart

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Description

Defines the AmChart properties.

Details

API for plotting AmChart with R.

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allLabels

list of Label. Example of a label object, with all possible properties: label(x = 20, y = 20, text = "this is a label", align = "left", size = 12, color = "#CC0000", alpha = 1, rotation = 0, bold = TRUE, url = "http=//www.amcharts.com"). Run api("Label") for more informations.

arrows

list of GaugeArrow. Only valid for gauge charts. Run api("GaugeArrow") for more informations.

axes

list of GaugeAxis properties. Only valid for gauge charts. Run api("GaugeAxis") for more informations.

balloon

AmBalloon. Creates the balloons (tooltips) of the chart, It follows the mouse cursor when you roll-over the data items. The framework generates the instances automatically you just have to adjust the appearance to your needs. Run api("AmBalloon") for more informations.

categoryAxis

CategoryAxis. Read-only. Chart creates category axis itself. If you want to change some properties, you should get this axis from the chart and set properties to this object. Run api("CategoryAxis") for more informations.

categoryField

character. Category field name indicates the name of the field in your dataProvider object which will be used for category axis values.

ChartCursor

ChartCursor. Chart's cursor. Run api("ChartCursor") for more informations.

ChartScrollbar

ChartScrollbar. Chart's scrollbar. Run api("ChartScrollbar") for more informations.

creditsPosition

character, specifies position of the amCharts' website link. Allowed values are: "top-left", "top-right", "bottom-left" and "bottom-right".

dataProvider

data.frame, containing the data.

graphs

list of AmGraph. Creates the visualization of the data in following types: line, column, step line, smoothed line, olhc and candlestick. Run api("AmGraph") for more informations.

graph

AmGraph. Only valid for Gantt charts. Gant chart actually creates multiple graphs (separate for each segment). Properties of this graph are passed to each of the created graphs - this allows you to control the look of segments. Run api("AmGraph") for more informations.

guides

list of Guide. Instead of adding guides to the axes, you can push all of them to this array. In case guide has category or date defined, it will automatically be assigned to the category axis, otherwise to the first value axis, unless you specify a different valueAxes for the guide. Run api("Guide") for more informations.

legend

AmLegend. Legend of a chart. Run api("AmLegend") for more informations.

segmentsField

character. Segments field in your data provider. Only valid for Gantt Charts.

subChartProperties

list. Only valid for Drilldown charts.

theme

character. Theme of a chart. Config files of themes can be found in amcharts/themes/ folder. See http://www.amcharts.com/tutorials/working-with-themes/.

titles

list of Title. Run api("Title") for more informations.

trendLines

list of TrendLine objects added to a chart. You can add trend lines to a chart using this list or access already existing trend lines. Run api("TrendLine") for more informations.

type

character. Possible types are: "serial", "pie", "radar", "xy", "radar", "funnel", "gauge", "stock". See details about using argument type. (type map is in development).

valueAxes

list of ValueAxis. Chart creates one value axis automatically, so if you need only one value axis, you don't need to create it. Run api("ValueAxis") for more informations.

valueAxis

ValueAxis. Only valid for Gantt Charts. Set it's type to "date" if your data is date or time based. Run api("ValueAxis") for more informations.

valueScrollbar

ChartScrollbar. Value scrollbar, enables scrolling value axes.

listeners

list containining the listeners to add to the object. The list must be named as in the official API. Each element must be a character string. Run runShinyExamples() for examples.

otherProperties

list containing other avalaible properties not yet implemented in the package.

value

numeric.

See Also

http://docs.amcharts.com/3/javascriptcharts/

Examples

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# Run runShinyExamples() for examples.

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