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c3-angularjs

Graph directive using C3

c3-angularjs

Angularjs directive for c3.js charts -> http://c3js.org/gettingstarted.html

This directive depends on angularjs, c3 (which depends on d3) and underscore. Clone this repository and run bower install to grab the dependencies or download c3-angular.js and inject into your app -> angular.module("testapp", ['c3-angularjs'])

Load the scripts and css in the following order:

    <link href="bower_components/c3/c3.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
    <script src="bower_components/underscore/underscore-min.js"></script>
    <script src="bower_components/d3/d3.min.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
    <script src="bower_components/c3/c3.min.js"></script>
    <script src="bower_components/angular/angular.min.js"></script>
    <script src="c3-angular.js"></script>

Look at the test.html to quickly look at how its set up!

Line/Time-Series

    <c3-line data="data" label="revenue" time-series="times"></c3-line>

Data here can be defined as an array of numbers [30, 200, 100] and times can be defined as an array of strings containing the corresponding times ['2013-01-02', '2013-01-03', '2013-01-04']. Don't provide time-series attribute in order to just do a simple line chart

Donut/pie

    <c3-donut data="data"></c3-donut>

Data here can be defined as an object in the following format:

    $scope.data = {
        'food': 400,
        'clothes:': 200,
        'utilities': 1000,
    }

Add pie as an attribute to make the chart a pie chart

Bar

    <c3-bar data="test"></c3-bar>

Data here can be defined as an object in the following format:

    $scope.data = {
        March: 10,
     April: 15,
    May: 30
    }

Generic Directive

In order to have the ability to customize your charts fully you can use the generic chart directive which takes in data as a required attribute. This data object follows the format as specified in c3 documentation

    <c3-chart data="data"></c3-chart>

Optional attributes include chartid (if undefined, a random id is defined), grid, padding, size, color and axis. Refer to c3 Documentation for the format of these objects.