Methods used to control the series.
Switches the series from the hover state back to normal.
Unselects all the selected points of the series. The points are displayed in an initial style.
Deselects the specified point. The point is displayed in an initial style.
The point to be deselected.
To learn about point selection, refer to the Selection Handling section.
Returns an array of all points in the series.
Gets the color of a particular series.
The color of a series.
Gets a point from the series point collection based on the specified point position.
The index of the point to be found within the series point collection.
The point that is found by the specified position index.
Points in the series point collection are arranged as they go along the argument axis from left to right. Note that the series are numbered from zero in the series collection.
Gets points from the series point collection based on the specified argument.
If a point with the specified argument is not found, the function returns empty array.
Returns visible series points.
Use this method to get points that lay within the visible range defined by the min and max options of an axis. This method is also useful if you need to obtain the points displayed when data aggregation is applied.
Hides a series at runtime.
Switches the series into the hover state, the same as when a user places the mouse pointer on it.
Provides information about the hover state of a series.
Hover state of a series.
When a series is hovered over, this method returns true. Otherwise, the returned value is false.
To learn more about point and series hover operation, refer to the Hover Handling topic.
Provides information about the selection state of a series.
Selection state of a series.
Provides information about the visibility state of a series.
Visibility state of a series.
When a series is visible, this method returns true. Otherwise, the returned value is false.
You can make a series visible using its show() method, or hide a series using its hide() method.
Selects the series.
Selects the specified point. The point is displayed in a 'selected' style.
The point to be selected.
For information on point selection, refer to the Selection Handling section.
Makes a particular series visible.