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jqplot / examples / funnelTest.html

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    <p>To create donut plots, you have to include the "jqplot.funnelRenderer.js" file in your source.  You can view the javascript that generated these plots by clicking the "View Code" button below.</p>
    <button id="seecode" onclick="$('#code').dialog('open');">View Code</button>

    <p>Below is a default funnel plot.  Sections will highlight on mouseover.  Events are triggered when you mouseover a section and also when you click on a section.  Here We capture the 'jqplotDataClick' event and display the clicked series index, point index and data values.<p>
    <div><span>You Clicked: </span><span id="info1">Nothing yet</span></div>
    <div id="chart1" style="margin-top:20px; margin-left:20px; width:300px; height:300px;"></div>
    <p>Below is a customized funnel plot.  Renderer options for sectionMargin and widthRatio have been set.  Here We capture the 'jqplotDataHighlight' event and display the currently highlighted series index, point index and data values.<p>
    <p>The plot target also fires a 'jqplotDataMouseOver' when the cursor is moused over a slice even if highlighting is turned off.  This event will fire continuously as the user mouses over the slice.  'jqplotDataHighlight' fires only once when the user first passes over the slice.  Additionally, a 'jqplotDataUnhighlight' event is fired when the user moves out of a slice (if highlighting is enabled).<p>

    <div><span>Moused Over: </span><span id="info2">Nothing</span></div>

    <div id="chart2" style="margin-top:20px; margin-left:20px; width:300px; height:300px;"></div>
    <p>The next example has the plot's 'captureRightClick' option set to true.  This causes the plot to fire a 'jqplotRightClick' event the the user clicks the right mouse button over a slice.  Note, click highlighting is the same for both right and left clicks, although separate events are triggered.  Here the series 'highlightMouseDown' option is set to true to highlight sections when a mouse down event occurs on them.  This automatically disables highlighting on mouseover.<p>

    <div><span>You Right Clicked: </span><span id="info3">Nothing yet</span></div>
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<p>A small chart to test for plugin compatabiity.</p>
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