Mixed chart

Use a mixed chart to compare a value over multiple data series on the same axis, or to compare a value over multiple data series over time.

Hovering over the chart displays more precise data. The chart units will not be included here as they are reflected on the chart’s axes.

Best practices

  • Limit the comparison to 10 data series or fewer.
    • The more series, the more difficult it is to read the chart.
  • To identify a moment in time, add a band or guide.

Example: Chart with columns and bullets

Shortcode


                [amcharts
  id="serial"
  data-type="text"
  data-group="DESIGN_MIXEDCHARTS_C1"
  data-charttitle="Title"
  data-subtitle="Subtitle"
  data-transpose="true"
  data-rightAxisStackType="regular"
  data-leftAxisUnit="$"
  data-leftAxisUnitPosition="left"
  data-rightAxisTitle="Right axis title"
  data-series0axis=left		  
  data-series0type="column"
  data-series1axis=right
  data-series1type="bullet"
  data-series2axis=right
  data-series2type="bullet"
  data-series3axis=right
  data-series3type="bullet"
  data-period="quarter"
]
            

Example: Chart with stacked columns and markers

Shortcode


                [amcharts
  id="serial"
  data-type="text"
  data-group="DESIGN_MIXEDCHARTS_C2"
  data-charttitle="Title"
  data-subtitle="Subtitle"
  data-rightAxisTitle="Right axis title"
  data-transpose="true"
  data-rightAxisStackType="regular"
  data-series0type="column"
  data-series1type="column"
  data-series2type="column"
  data-series3type="marker"
  data-period="quarter"
]