Plugin for putting labels at the data points.
To use this plugin, include the js file in your source:
By default, the last value in the data ponit array in the data series is used for the label. For most series renderers, extra data can be added to the data point arrays and the last value will be used as the label.
For instance, this series:
[[1,4], [3,5], [7,2]]
Would, by default, use the y values in the labels. Extra data can be added to the series like so:
[[1,4,'mid'], [3 5,'hi'], [7,2,'low']]
And now the point labels would be ‘mid’, ‘low’, and ‘hi’.
Options to the point labels and a custom labels array can be passed into the “pointLabels” option on the series option like so:
labels:['mid', 'hi', 'low'],
A custom labels array in the options takes precendence over any labels in the series data. If you have a custom labels array in the options, but still want to use values from the series array as labels, set the “labelsFromSeries” option to true.
By default, html entities (<, >, etc.) are escaped in point labels. If you want to include actual html markup in the labels, set the “escapeHTML” option to false.
|$.jqplot.PointLabels||Plugin for putting labels at the data points.|
|show||show the labels or not.|
|location||compass location where to position the label around the point. |
|labelsFromSeries||true to use labels within data point arrays.|
|seriesLabelIndex||array index for location of labels within data point arrays. |
|labels||array of arrays of labels, one array for each series.|
|stackedValue||true to display value as stacked in a stacked plot. |
|ypadding||vertical padding in pixels between point and label|
|xpadding||horizontal padding in pixels between point and label|
|escapeHTML||true to escape html entities in the labels. |
|edgeTolerance||Number of pixels that the label must be away from an axis boundary in order to be drawn. |
|formatter||A class of a formatter for the tick text. |
|formatString||string passed to the formatter.|
|hideZeros||true to not show a label for a value which is 0.|