Funnel Charts / Basic usage
The slope for each segment depends on the ratio between the current and the next value
The height of the segment is the overall percentage for that dataItem
Neck RatioThe ratio between the bases of the whole funnel element
The Telerik ASP.NET MVC chart is a powerful data visualization component, which allows you to graphically represent your data. It is useful when you would like to utilize modern browser technologies such as SVG or Canvas (with a fallback to VML for older IE versions) for interactive data visualizations.
The component offers a variety of chart types such as area, bar, line, scatter, polar, radar, pie and donut, stock (OHLC) and many more.
This example illustrates how to register and configure a Funnel Chart. A Funnel chart displays a single series of data in progressively decreasing or increasing proportions, organized in segments, where each segment represents the value for the particular item from the series. The items' values can also influence the height and the shape of the corresponding segments.
Funnel charts are usually used to represent stages in a sales process (e.g., show the amount of potential revenue for each stage); identify a potential problematic areas in any company's process; visualize website visitors trends and other.
The chart can fetch data for its series from either local or remote data source. You can find more information about the MVC chart in the product documentation.
Key Features of Telerik MVC Charts
- Various Chart Types
- A Number of Data Types
- High Performance
- Export to PDF
- Simple-to-Customize Look and Feel
- Rich Server and Client-side API
- Server and Client-side Data Binding
- Built-in Themes
- Intuitive Built-in Animations
- Multiple Series and Combination Charts
- Plot Bands
- Rich Cross-Browser and Mobile Support
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