Looking at raw data and trying draw conclusions from it is very tedious. Visual representations such as charts and graphs overcome this problem. These visual representations, when powered by interactive features, are a piece of cake to understand. In this blog, I am going to walk you through the ric
Looking at raw data and trying draw conclusions from it is very tedious. Visual representations such as charts and graphs overcome this problem. These visual representations, when powered by interactive features, are a piece of cake to understand. In this blog, I am going to walk you through the rich and highly interactive features of Syncfusion Flutter Charts, namely:
These features help users understand data in various ways. Users can experiment with their data’s presentation to answer questions about it with the best visuals. Let’s check out these rich interactive capabilities.
The tooltip is one of the Syncfusion Flutter Charts control’s most valuable features. On interacting with data points in a series, the specific data point values will be displayed in a pop-up called a tooltip. We can easily customize the tooltips to define additional chart point information, change their appearance, place images or custom widgets in them, and more. So, there’s almost no limit to the possibilities. Here are some of the key features of the tooltip:
Refer to the following links for more details:
Refer to the following code example to enable tooltips in your Flutter chart.
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