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A graphic represents interactive charts or sparklines. They let users see statictical presentation of data in a syncronized manner with the data updates on data source. Its dynamic nature allow user to load data by selections.


Graphical format comes with four different types of graphics to use. They depict data connected by data source which can be data model, SQL, REST or JSON.


  • Graphics should indicate colored curves generated by data from x and y axes.
  • They should be readable.

When to use

  • Use Graphics to give quantitative visual representations from data.

Additional info

  • Consider using Stacked Graphic to reduce starting point of y axis to 0.
  • Consider showing grids for easy readable axes points in complex Graphics.
  • Consider using toolbar to add zooming, panning and downloading options on Graphic area.
  • Consider adding text on Graphic for cases which no data.


  • There are several designing features varying Graphics.
  • The updatable properties of Graphics are type, palette, legend position and no data text.
  • The updatable behaviours of Graphics are stacked, show grid, animation, toolbar, start from 0 on axis X, start from 0 on axis Y, show legends and preview no data.
  • The updatable style features of Graphics are display, margin, padding, size, overflow, typography, background, border, effects and css.
  • The usable dynamic properties of Graphics are type, stacked, bar_horizontal, grid, legendSection, legend, legendPosition, noDataSection, noDataText, noDataPreview, titleSection, enableTitle, title, titleAlignment, animation, palette, toolbar, category_field_type, category_field, value_fields, show_pie_total, hidden and style.