The Chart.js Radar Chart macro can show several data sets, each of them as a filled area on a radar-like canvas.
- 1.Edit your page.
- 2.Select “+” => Other macros
- 3.Type in “Chart.js” in the Search box
- 4.Select the “Chart.js Radar Chart” macro
- 5.Enter and select the options of the macro
- 6.Click Insert
- 7.Put your data table in the macro body
- 8.Save the page
Enter a unique identifier for this chart on your page. If you use more than one Chart.js chart on your page, make sure that each one of them has a different Chart ID. Use no blanks or special characters.
Switch on or off the display of the chart title. If switched on (default), the title is shown above the chart’s matrix as shown in the screenshot above: “My Chart.js Bubble Chart”.
Enter the title of the chart. You can chose to display it or not by the “Show Title” checkbox.
This value defines the width of the chart block. The chart itself will adjust to this size. You can enter a pixel (e.g. “500px”) or a percentage (e.g. “100%”) value. A pixel value will make the block exactly that size, a percentage value refers to the parent block, e.g. a Confluence page section. The default is “500px”. Enter the value without the quotes.
Chart Border Width
The chart can have a border if you want so. Enter the size of it here in pixel. Enter just the number without the “px”, e.g. “1”. The default is “1”. Enter the value without the quotes.
Chart Border Color
If you chose to display a border around the chart, you can enter the color of it here. Enter the hex value of the color starting with a “#”, e.g. “#d7d7d7”. Enter the value without the quotes.
With this option switched on, you can force the height to be the same as the width of the chart (square display).
Select whether you want to show the legend or not.
Select where to show the legend.
Select whether you want to show the tooltips when hovering a bubble or not.
Show Data Table
Select whether you want to show the data table of the macro body in the page view or not.
The macro requires a table with your data in the macro body. It needs to follow a certain format. Here is an example used for the above screenshoot:
The table must have a header row. The first two cells are ignored. The rest are used to label line point of the chart.
Each subsequent row describes a data series. The label, color and its values.
The label of this series
The color of this area. Use ‘random’ or one of the
The first value (its label is taken from the header row)
The second value (its label is taken from the header row)