How to remove tag amcharts copyright from chart [With Pictures]

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How to remove tag amcharts copyright from chart

How do I remove amCharts watermark?

If you want to remove the text, you have to purchase a license. See the license FAQ for information on what license is appropriate for your use case. You can reach out to AmCharts support for further clarification on the license terms.

Is amCharts free to use?

You can download and use all amCharts 4 products for free. The only limitation of the free version is that a small amCharts logo will be displayed in the corner of your charts.

How much is HighCharts?

HighCharts pricing ranges from $535.00 to $6,620.00.

What is the use of amCharts?

amCharts is a set of JavaScript-based data visualization libraries that includes regular chart types like Serial, Pie, etc. as well as advanced ones like Stock Charts and Maps.

How do I hide the HighChart watermark?

Highchart by default puts a credits label in the lower right corner of the chart. This can be removed using credits option in your chart settings. will remove the logo.

Is HighChart open source?

Highcharts is not a real Free Software/Open Source project #1.

How do I add a HighChart license?

Re: HighChart license usage The license key is needed just for contact with the support or sales team, you shouldn't put it anywhere inside your app. The software is available for download from our website. There is no mandatory license key associated with the software, and no activation is needed.

How do you run a Javascript chart?

  1. Typical Scatter Chart Syntax: var myChart = new Chart("myChart", { type: "scatter", data: {}, options: {}
  2. Typical Line Chart Syntax: var myChart = new Chart("myChart", { type: "line", data: {}, options: {}
  3. Typical Bar Chart Syntax: var myChart = new Chart("myChart", { type: "bar", data: {},

What do you mean by Web chart?

Overview: What is a web chart(tm)? It is a graphical representation of multivariate data. With this sort of chart, various groups of values with multiple common variables on a single chart that is shaped like a web.

What is a graphical representation of numbers called?

Histogram. A histogram or frequency histogram is a pictorial representation of the numerical data with rectangular bars.

How do I disable Highcharts credits?

credits: { enabled: false }, that will remove the "" text from the bottom of the chart. @philfreo 'Credits: false' could produce a undefined error if highcharts didn't do proper checking.

How does Highcharts license work?

The license is solely a legal document and consists of two parts: A License Statement which includes a reference to the governing terms and conditions. A link to your License Statement and where to download Highcharts is included in the order confirmation email you received after the completion of your purchase.

How do I remove trial version watermark in Canvasjs?

Upgrading to commercial version will remove the "trial version" watermark. Upgrading to commercial version is a breeze, and all your existing code will continue to work. Your charts will look fully professional without any watermarks.

Do I need a license for Highcharts?

Highcharts is a software library for charting written in pure JavaScript, first released in 2009. The license is proprietary. It is free for personal/non-commercial uses and paid for commercial applications.

What is better than Highcharts?

  • Chart.Js.
  • FusionCharts.
  • amCharts.
  • Google Chart Tools.
  • Elastic Stack.
  • Google Data Studio.
  • Infogram.
  • Syncfusion Essential Studio Enterprise Edition.

Does Highcharts require a license?

Yes, most Highcharts Stock features can be applied to standard charts. From a licensing point of view, using features of the Stock package obviously requires a Highcharts Stock license.

How do you display a chart in HTML?

  1. Create an HTML page.
  2. Reference all necessary files.
  3. Put together the data.
  4. Write the code for the chart.

What is the difference between HTML and JavaScript make a chart?

It defines the meaning and structure of web content. JavaScript is an advanced programming language that makes web pages more interactive and dynamic. HTML is a standard markup language that provides the primary structure of a website. JavaScript simply adds dynamic content to websites to make them look good.

How do I create a dynamic bar chart in HTML?

  1. var xVal = dps. length + 1;
  2. var yVal = 100;
  3. var updateInterval = 1000;
  4. var updateChart = function () {
  5. yVal = yVal + Math. round(5 + Math. random() *(-5-5));
  6. dps. push({x: xVal,y: yVal,});
  7. xVal++;
  8. chart. render();

What are the types of charts?

  • Bar Chart. Bar charts are one of the most common data visualizations.
  • Line Chart. The line chart, or line graph, connects several distinct data points, presenting them as one continuous evolution.
  • Pie Chart.
  • Maps.
  • Density Maps.
  • Scatter Plot.
  • Gantt Chart.
  • Bubble Chart.

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Comment by Rufus Maun

Thanks for this great article

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- Merideth Marwick, Staff Member

Comment by Robert

in this episode we're going to play around with am charts and high charts two javascript libraries for rendering stock charts onto your html pages we're going to show how to install them with rails in using webpacker and npm and we'll experiment with some of the demos that they have just to get them on the page to help us decide between which one of these final contenders we will use for our stock chart display now if you're following along you'll know that in a previous episode we uh talked about how to pick between third-party libraries and we evaluated four or five different stock chart libraries and we landed on am charts and high charts as the final contenders so this episode is all about how to install them and play around with them so we'll start with am charts here and you'll see that it has like an npm install tool which allows you to install am charts for but also geodata and fonts i i see here that font files are used for pdf so i don't actually need that i'm not going to render pdfs and then geodata is for maps don't care about maps so i really should just be able to say npm install am charts am charts 4 here so i this is the directory in which my rails application lives and i think the very first thing we want to do is just say like rails webpacker colon install this will install the webpacker tools for working with rails and it does require that you have a node version which is uh over 10.17 my globally installed node version is um yeah 10 10 16. so i'm going to use node n to set my local node version to 14.15.1 and now i should be able to rerun rails webpacker install if you have uh if you run into the instance or the scenario where you need to have multiple versions of node installed which is pretty common then i i do like working with node end and i would recommend it uh for managing different uh node versions that one of the reasons why i really like it is that the api like the the command line interface for working with node end is very similar to our bend or rb ruby n which is the the environment manager or the ruby the ruby version manager that i prefer so it's nice to have both of those with the same sort of or like a very very similar interface okay it does take a little bit for webpacker to set up all right now that we've got webpacker installed the next step is to install our library so we're going to just say npm install let's copy this command here and run it i think you could also do save if you want this to end up in the package.json file that's in the root of the project and while that's installing let's go take a look and see if we can find some demos here for how to use this so we'll go to the demos page and we care about stock charts i'll just grab the first stock chart here down below it shows javascript or typescript es6 because we're using webpacker i believe we can use this import style and we'll just create a new pack a new javascript pack that has all of this code so i'm actually just going to copy the entire thing and just dump that into a new pack file okay this is still going come on npm let's go all right so i have a i have another terminal here where i'm gonna start up uh rails server and i'm also gonna start up uh bin web pack dev server which will like reload and refresh our webpacker um i forget what they're called it's like the manifest the webpack manifest so now it's just like it's gonna find files in slash packs so we'll go create a new javascript file called am charts.js and we will load that as a pack okay cool so that finished so we're going to go into app javascripts packs and inside of here we're going to create a new pack called am charts dot js and we're just going to paste in all of the code we have here in this demo now this should work because we just installed these two uh these two tools um and it looks like yeah so i don't it doesn't really show us any html in this demo maybe yes there's no html it just shows you kind of like that source code so let's see what we can do with this so where is this actually going to show up like we at this point we have a brand new rails app we have a job we have a model but we don't have any views so it's going to have we have a default view but we're not actually like loading any views so let's generate a controller just so we have some views so we'll say rails g controller charts and we'll just have an index view to start with so charts index.html and in charts index.html we want to put a pack tag and i can't remember the exact syntax but there's one in the layout file or in this like application html erb that shows how to install the javascript pack so it's the this we call this ruby method javascript pack tag and then you give it the name of the pack so in this case am charts right and um in our routes file we should have okay get charts indexed we can say resources charts and we'll just see if that works and now if we fire up localhost 3000 slash charts it should load okay so webpacker can't find amtrak let's see if that's what we actually named it so we go into javascript packs am charts that's definitely what it's called let's see if we need to restart the webpack dev server because we added a new file i don't know if that's required um let's see if we refresh yeah so webpack output is served from slash packs okay um maybe it's still trying to figure that out let's see so it says this is what the manifest contains so yeah we do want it to rebuild sort of rebuild the manifest so it seems like it has not yet webpack has not yet rerun to reflect the updates okay cool so it looks like a bunch of stuff was just spit out here um which all looks somewhat relevant and if we refresh the page okay great so now we see charts i'm going to open up the terminal and see if we have any errors and it looks like we do am for plugins range selector is not defined okay so this one used at the very bottom at a range selector am4 plugins range selector is not defined so i don't know what the this range selector thing is i'm guessing that it needed to be imported but just wasn't or maybe it's not available as part of core or as part of charts right now i really don't care too much i'm just going to comment it out and see if we're able to fix it from that okay html container chart div was not found so we probably need to create some sort of chart div container i'm guessing that has like that's like the id or something charts html um maybe we need a div here with id what was it called chart div so that's probably where it's going to like mount into i would guess oh look at that okay so we have something we have something on the screen this is cool all right so that's that's how you install am charts into a rails application uh now uh okay so we could go and play around with all of this stuff um all these different settings to get it looking the way that we want but i think we're going to call it good there and move on to part two which is we want to install high charts and see if we can get high charts working in a similar way and then we'll kind of like play around with play around with high charts also so a couple things we needed to change we needed to

Thanks Robert your participation is very much appreciated
- Merideth Marwick

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