Let's take a look at an example, how would you configure the X-Axis so it is not to be displayed: module contains methods for the properties listed below.
* * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; * without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.* See the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.This Django app enables you to configure and render Chart. Charts can than either be rendered directly into your Django template or served asynchronously to the webbrowser. This class describes a chart and defines which data it should display. JS options which describe how the chart should render and behave.By overriding the All of these fields map to the same key in the Chart. For instance, if you wanted to create a chart that does not render responsively you would set the responsive class field to false: which can be used to produce correct dictionaries to configure Chart. Most of these methods only serve as a validation step for your input configuration but some can also transform their input.Like JFree Chart, JCommon is also licensed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public Licence. There are some provisos though: Yes, the licence (GNU LGPL) allows this.
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At the moment the number of issues and the % of issues are shown on the mouse over (title) of the pie chart sections.
It would eb nice if they were shown in the forefront.
You can use the set Series Paint() method in the renderer.
For example, the following code could be used for a bar chart: Most often, the problem is that the font being used to display the title doesn't have support for the Unicode characters being used.
The problem with this is that there is not too much space available to show extra labels.