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patrickmcgloin
@patrickmcgloin_twitter
I solved this by calling chart.groups(newGroupsJSON); after each chart.load iteration.
Kenneth Bier
@kenbier
i wrote a custom tooltip and contents fn, and i want a chart to render with the tooltip displaying in the correct position by default.
i pass in init: { show:true, x: 1} but it does not use the position fn i wrote on first render
is i add position: my-position-fn to that map, it fails
seems to expect the object the position fn returns, not the position object itself
Juan Mejia
@nice00xt
hi everybody can someone explain how resolve this issue ?
c3js/c3#1792
Jago Kosolosky
@Jago-Kosolosky
Hi everyone, I was wondering if you all would have a look at an interactive I published today using c3. Basically it looks at the interest rates of the Bank of England since it was founded in the 17th century up to today. You have several chapters at the top that guide you through, but you can also click on events and get a brief description. No need to look into the code, it’s real messy but I’m mainly curious about feedback on user experience et cetera. Unfortunately (it was key to show all the data on opening) there is no mobile version (it exists but has no interactivity so please look on tablets or laptop. And please go a little easy and constructive on me, I’ve only been coding for about a full year now and am 24 years young(?). Looking forward to hear what you think! http://multimedia.tijd.be/bankofengland-1694-tot-brexit/
VoidVolker
@VoidVolker
@Jago-Kosolosky looks great
Jago Kosolosky
@Jago-Kosolosky
@VoidVolker thanks, any suggestions for improvements?
VoidVolker
@VoidVolker
@Jago-Kosolosky yes, show bottom chart immediatly after load
Gil Millasseau
@gilmillasseau
Hey guys how can I access to the y axis values generated by c3?
Juan Mejia
@nice00xt
@gilmillasseau you can access to the element that you want in c3.chart.internal.fn
Gil Millasseau
@gilmillasseau
@nice00xt thanks I was hoping there is a method to access to yAxis values generated by c3
Vincent
@vincentwongso
Hey guys, I notice that the subchart performance is very slow when the data points are above 1000. Any idea on how to improve the performance?
VoidVolker
@VoidVolker
@vincentwongso you can't, only use chart lib with canvas renderer
Jago Kosolosky
@Jago-Kosolosky

Hello everyone, I have a bit of a theoretical question on c3. When generating a chart, is it correct to say that you pass the generate method a configuration object as an argument? Say I would like to use some pure d3 on the chart I just generated, how would I be able to, for example, log the actual chart object that was generated to see what I can alter?

Just to recap (please, do tell me if I'm wrong): the way I see it is when we use c3 generate we create a d3 object with a lot of default sorted out. What I am looking for is a way to inspect the actual d3 object that was generated to make changes to it using d3.

Jago Kosolosky
@Jago-Kosolosky
Posted it on Stack Overflow as well, please let me know if the question doesn't make sense. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39080108/how-to-use-d3-js-on-c3-js-chart
mli6
@mli6
Hey all, I've been looking for a way to recreate this graph in c3js (or d3js if it isn't possible in c3)
Would appreciate any help or pointers
Tony Xavier
@vinzandtonz
Is there a way we can create 3d Pie and 3d donut chart using c3?
Alex
@lifecoderua
@vinzandtonz c3 is based on d3, so you may (more or less) directly play with the interpolation of underlaying d3 abstractions. I guess it would be much easier to use d3 directly though, like this: http://bl.ocks.org/NPashaP/9994181 unless you are really familiar with the c3 internals.
Juan Mejia
@nice00xt
how i can to set a default selected point on c3?
Juan Mejia
@nice00xt
hi, good afternoon, this is a really good library and i appreciate the effort that you are doing with it.
i have a small question about events
is there a way to avoid completing an event
let me explain better: i'm creating a line chart with data points, each data point should have a different style depending of the data, i'm achieving this using the select API that you made available to us
as shown in this example http://jsfiddle.net/jrdsxvys/7/
the thing is that, the user can select and unselect other points, and i want to avoid this behavior
is that even posible?
Juan Mejia
@nice00xt
Or there is another way to add a different style to a point in a linechart base on the data being passed
Ændrew Rininsland
@aendrew
Anyone who is interested in contributing to v1 — with ES6 modules, Rollup and D3 v4 — please join this room: https://gitter.im/c3js/c3/v1?utm_source=share-link&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=share-link
Ændrew Rininsland
@aendrew
People who are helping maintain by going through PRs: please try to notice when somebody does something like this — https://github.com/c3js/c3/blob/a4caece97c676d2049fd770a74a83b62f8a1b625/spec/shape.line-spec.js#L81
expect(true).toBeTruthy(); DOES NOT A UNIT TEST MAKE. :weary:
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Ændrew Rininsland
@aendrew
Welp, this was quite the start to my morning… c3js/c3#1843
If you run grep "expect(true).toBeTruthy()" spec/* | wc -l, you get 140. That means of the ~400 assertions made across all unit tests, 140 mean absolutely nothing.
I repeat:
140 of our unit tests test absolutely nothing
Ændrew Rininsland
@aendrew
This is a huge problem, guys.
Michael Rodov
@michaelrodov
:) at least it will always pass LOL
vijay reddy
@vijayreddybo
hello
i need help on this thread: c3js/c3#1830
Nikolay Durygin
@nidu
Hello, can anyone tell is there any guideline to write a plugin? I'd like to implement two dimensional zoom particularly.
Matheus Klauberg
@mfklauberg
Hi, can anyone tell me if it's possible to use the subchart zoom on the main chart?
Ændrew Rininsland
@aendrew
@flarroca That’s awesome! You should PR that on the https://github.com/c3js/c3js.org! :D
Nikolay Durygin
@nidu
Hello. I created a small plugin (demo) for zooming to rectangular area for basic charts. Maybe someone would find it interesting.
Nikolay Durygin
@nidu
@flarroca wow! Your tool is pretty amazing to explore c3!
Kishore Gopalakrishna
@kishoreg
will the rectZoom plugin get merged into C3?
Nikolay Durygin
@nidu
@kishoreg don't think so