Specifies options for PolarChart widget series.
Specifies the data source field that provides arguments for series points.
When defining series using the series configuration object, set the argumentField property to the corresponding field from the data source for each series individually. If the field that supplies arguments for data points is called in a similar way for several series, there is no need to set the field name for each series individually. Instead, set the field name for the argumentField property of the commonSeriesSettings configuration object at once.
Specifies a series color.
Color is used to distinguish one chart series from another. However, there can be cases when it is more appropriate to display all chart series in one color. In this case, set the color property of the commonSeriesSettings configuration object. If required, you can override this property's common value in individual series objects.
Specifies whether the series should ignore null data points.
Data points that have the null value do not produce actual series points. Because of this, series may be drawn with unnecessary gaps where missing points should have been. To remove these gaps, set the ignoreEmptyPoints option to true.
An object defining the label configuration options.
Each series point can be accompanied by a text label that represents data related to the point. These are called series point labels. Use the label object's properties to set label options for all chart series at once.
Specify the label object's properties within the commonSeriesSettings configuration object to set label options for all chart series at once.
If you have several series of a single type, you can set label options to the values specific to this series type using the corresponding object (area, line, etc.) within the commonSeriesSettings configuration object. The values that are set within series-type-specific configuration objects override the corresponding common values.
If you need to set a label option for an individual series, use the label object within the series object of the series array. The values that are set individually override the corresponding common values.
Specifies how many points are acceptable to be in a series to display all labels for these points. Otherwise, the labels will not be displayed.
When there are several series in a chart and series with a large number of points, the point labels may overlap each other and make a chart difficult to read. In this instance, it is better to display the point labels depending on their quantity. To specify the maximum amount of the labels to be displayed, set the required number to the maxLabelCount field. If the number of the points on a series exceeded the number assigned to the maxLabelCount field, the point labels for this series will not be displayed.
Specifies the name that identifies the series.
Specifies whether or not to show the series in the chart's legend.
Specifies the name of the data source field that provides data about a point.
When setting a common data source via the dataSource property, you can pass information about a point. For this purpose, add a separate field to the data source in addition to the argument and value fields. To set the specified data to the point instance, set the series' tagField property to the name of the field with the information. In this instance, when clicking a point in the chart, you can access the data associated with this point using the point's instance.
When defining series using the series configuration object, set the tagField property to the corresponding field from the data source for each series individually. If the field that supplies data about points is called similarly in several series, there is no need to set its name for each series individually. Instead, set it for the tagField property of the commonSeriesSettings configuration object.
You can also associate data with a series instance. To learn how to do this, refer to the description of the tag property of the series configuration object.
Sets the series type.
Specifies the data source field that provides values for series points.
Specifies the visibility of a series.
When this option is set to false for a series, the series appears invisible. If you require all the series to appear so, assign the same value to the visible option within the commonSeriesSettings configuration object.