Showing value labels on high density data charts use to be unreadable. Some desktop programs solves this making appear the value when the cursor is over a value in the chart. This is a great feature.
This or maybe appling 45º rotation to the labels for avoid overwriting.
We use to draw 1-minutal environment variable like O3 and this means 1440 values per grahp (1 day). Showing values is only possible with this feature.
Message from McTrex on 03/01/2011
I second this request. I use the labels to show the dates of stock transactions on the priceline of that stock. Sometimes, quite a bit of the graph is hidden behind the label. It would be nice to draw the labels in a 45º angle or maybe even have the library decide for itself what the best angle is. But that might be too complicated.
Message from Richard on 31/01/2011
I agree with this request. Values are currently centered on each segment of the pie, but on very small segments of a 3D pie chart the numbers are difficult to read as they tend to overlap. On the original pchart you could have the value labels outside the segments (see http://maritime.elettra.co.uk/titanic/charts.html?chart=demise)
Message from messc on 11/08/2011
I'd like to be able skipping value labels like i can do with X axis labels, it would make my chart much more clear.
You could also think about mechanism which would prevent from covering one data set value labels on others.
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