Visualize a longer set of single values.

Example of the Histogram Chart

Basic Implementation

To render a histogram chart, you first have to set up a container in your HTML.

<div id="histogram"></div>

Next in your script file, you need to import the meistercharts package and create a new instance of the histogram chart.

const meistercharts = require('@meistercharts/meistercharts/meistercharts-easy-api')

const chart = meistercharts.createHistogramFromId('barChartStacked')

This will render an empty chart with the default styles.

Add data to the chart

To add data to the chart, you need to call the setData- function on the chart instance with your data.

  categories: [
    { label: '1', values: [23] },
    { label: '2', values: [8] },
    // ...
    { label: '39', values: [12] },
    { label: '40', values: [30] }

The setData- function will accept an object of the type HistogramData.

Customize the chart style

You can customize how the chart looks by calling the setStyle- function on the chart instance.

  barGap: 5,
  barSize: 20
  // ...

The setStyle function accepts an object of the type HistogramStyle.