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Radar Charts Only: The scaleV object is similar to the scaleY object on x/y-axis charts. (The scaleK object is the radar chart’s scaleX equivalent.) Vertically oriented, it is called the value scale and generally displays quantitative values. Refer to the Radar Charts Tutorial for more information.


AttributeTypeInfo
formatString

Allows you to set the format for your scale-v values. You can use a combination of text and tokens (%v represents the scale values), e.g., “%v°” or “Variable %v”.

'Value: %v'

guideObject

Used to style the lines and backgrounds behind your plotted data.

{...}

itemObject

Used to style your scale labels.

{...}

labelsArray

Allows you to set custom labels for each step along scale-v. Note that if there are more steps than provided labels, the default values will be used for the remaining labels.

[...]

ref-lineObject

Used to style the vertical axis line.

{...}

tickObject

Used to style your tick marks.

{...}

tooltipObject

Used to create and style your scale tooltips.

{...}

valuesMixed

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and step scale values on scale-v. E.g., for “values”: “0:100:25”, 0 is the minimum, 100 is the maximum, and 25 is the step.

"0:100:10" | [1,3,5,7] | ...

visibleBoolean

Used to hide the v-axis.

true | false