Full stock charts like the Google Finance charts, with scrolling, panning and master-details navigation.
Aleksandr Motsjonov commented
It's a very good news, that you working on performance. We try to use it in the Bank right now for showing stock prices. Everything was very fantastic and promising until we opened it in IE =(( As I debugged out - this is totally VML problem. Zooming, scrolling, even pop-up tracking is way to slow to be accepted for production. And this is very sad. I still developing it, but if nothing will change radically - it will be recalled.
And we event don't have so much data. Maximum is 1400 points!! =( But it still working too slow.
Can you show example of using 52,000 data points (on jsFiddle) ?
Also I am very interesting - where I can find example of navigator used here: http://goo.gl/hbaD1 and code, which gives "trag" ability to main chart.
It seems to be only partially built on Highcharts. The navigator is a server generated image with HTML overlays. We're working hard on the Stock charts product. Current focus is on performance, and we've been able to run a chart with 52,000 data points (104,000 points including the navigator) in 700 ms - in IE8! Other browsers are of course way faster.
Papas Roitors commented
Did you release something yet?
Isn't this based on highcharts:
It will still be some time, but we are hoping for June. We're mainly focusing on performance now. Trying to feed 52,000 data points into the charts, and it looks promising so far. The charts will support multiple series.
Vaibhav Diwan commented
When I will expect a realse of the stck charts like google finace. I nne dto implement that type of features.
Can we also compare more than one funds in this chart?
Hi, I'd also like to know when we can expect a release of the stock charts. Can you give us a rough idea how close it is ?
Hi, when can we expect these to come out of beta and be available?
This looks very nice for other plotting options since one can use the height for error bars. Is there a way to have different values for the half-widths so that one can use this with different bin sizes?
The zoom doesnt work in the left part of the chart with candlestick.
Thanks, I fixed some of the issues here: https://github.com/highslide-software/highcharts.com/commit/ad314c761cbd191895ac92eba9a987d3e0c11f77
So far, the ohlc charts looks very good¨
This is a beta and there are a couple of issues
1- incorrect rendering under IE 7 and 8 (as already mentioned by naxo)
2- Incorrect tooltip high value (cf Nadine) displayed is point.high that should be correct, but the right value is in point.y
3- exporting to PNG renders an empty charts.
Nice to have for the candle (only sematics): a downColor, instead of using color
Up and doen color for the ohlc charts
I am interesting in OHLC/CandleStick Chats. There is a problem rendering the example (http://www.highcharts.com/studies/ohlc.htm) on Internet Explorer (tried it on version 6 and 8). Any ideas? I know that OHLC Charts is in developing fase, so I guess that this is a bug report.
We tried this example because we want to use Highchart in a new development and we are waiting to you final release. In the meantime, we pack some examples (including OHLC) to show Highcharts capabilities to our client and we found out this rendering problem with Internet Explorer and OHLC charts. It works fine with (Firefox, Chrome, didn't try on Opera or Safari but we will)
Anyway, you are doing a great job with this library, it is very easy to use, very nice render and you support lots of charts types (hopefully OHLC Charts soon...)
Glad to hear the OHLC charts are forthcoming.
Is it possible to pass a null value for the 'open' portion so the horizontal bar on the left side of each candle is not displayed?
Our application requires a high/low/close chart, so we need to be able to turn off that open part.
Also, we require a logarithmic scale. Any indication of when this feature will be implemented?
My company is looking to purchase several licenses, so the sooner the better!
Good job on the OHLC, not sure if this has been acknowledged but the "High" value in the tool-tip window has incorrect values.
Be glad to do some test as well.
Where can I get them?
Yes, they are ready to use. They're not officially released, but if you discover a bug we will fix it.
Dear Torstein Hønsi, we'd like to buy some licenses, but candlesticks like http://www.highcharts.com/studies/ohlc.htm is the one of the key features we need.
Could you, please, tell me, whether the candlestick charts are ready to use?
Nice to have for stock charts
1- area chart gradient filled with threshold. currently one gradient is used for the whole area, could two gradient be set one for above the threshold and one for below
2- combining line chart and column; currently when adding a series as column (volume data) the whole charts is resized on the x-axis; could the x- scale be kept
Thanks Jon, those two features are already implemented in Highcharts.
We've been using google Annotated Timeline charts and looking for an alternative. We're not using it for financial data but other timeline series (e.g. temperature, costs, etc over time). In addition to many of the features you demo here (navigator view, preset zoom, tooltips etc), our requirements include:
- Multiple y axis scales, and ability to say which series belong to which scale (and want to say which series to use in the navigator view.)
- Ability to request new data from the server not just pan but also zoom (detailed data is every 10 minutes which is way too much data for, so a one-year view is daily average, then user zooms in to get more details).