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Introduction

Note: PatternFly React charts live in its own package at @patternfly/react-charts!

PatternFly React charts are based on the Victory chart library, along with additional functionality, custom components, and theming for PatternFly. This provides a collection of React based components you can use to build PatternFly patterns with consistent markup, styling, and behavior.

Examples

Area chart

Area chart exampleAverage number of pets201520162017201820192468CatsDogsBirds

Bar chart

Bar chart exampleAverage number of pets20152016201720182468CatsDogsBirdsMice

Box plot chart

Bar chart exampleAverage number of pets201520162017201824681012Cats

Bullet chart

Bullet chart exampleStorage capacity0100255075Text labelDetailsMeasureMeasureWarningRangeRange

Donut chart

Donut chart exampleAverage number of pets100Pets

Donut utilization chart

Donut utilization chart exampleStorage capacityStorage capacity: 75%Unused35%of 100 GBps

Donut utilization threshold

Donut utilization chart with static threshold exampleStorage capacity45%of 100 GBps

Line chart

Line chart exampleAverage number of pets2015201620172018258CatsDogsBirdsMice

Pie chart

Pie chart exampleAverage number of petsCats: 35Dogs: 55Birds: 10

Scatter chart

Scatter chart exampleAverage number of pets2015201620172018246

Stack chart

Stack chart exampleAverage number of pets2015201620172018510152025CatsDogsBirdsMice

Threshold chart

Area chart exampleAverage number of pets1.02.03.04.05.02468CatsBirdsThreshold

Documentation

Tips

  • It's best for skeletons not to include interactions such as tooltips, cursors, interactive legends, etc.
  • See Victory's FAQ
  • For single data points or zero values, you may want to set the domain prop
  • ChartLegend may be used as a standalone component, instead of using legendData
  • The theme and themeColor props should be applied at the most top level component
  • Use ChartGroup to apply theme color scales and other properties to multiple components

Note

Currently, the generated documentation below is not able to resolve type definitions from Victory imports. For the components used in the examples above, Victory pass-thru props are also documented here:

Props

Chart

Chart is a wrapper component that reconciles the domain for all its children, controls the layout of the chart, and coordinates animations and shared events. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-chart/src/victory-chart.tsx
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the desc prop of containerComponent
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the title prop of containerComponent
backgroundComponentReact.ReactElementThe backgroundComponent prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering a background if the Chart's style component includes background styles. The new element created from the passed backgroundComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by Chart: height, polar, scale, style, x, y, width. All of these props on Background should take prececence over what VictoryChart is trying to set.
childrenReact.ReactNode | React.ReactNode[]The children to render with the chart
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartArea: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartArea will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will include. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
endAnglenumberThe endAngle props defines the overall end angle of a polar chart in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with startAngle to create polar chart that spans only a segment of a circle, or to change overall rotation of the chart. This prop should be given as a number of degrees. Degrees are defined as starting at the 3 o'clock position, and proceeding counterclockwise.
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop takes an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartPie events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: 1, eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: 2, mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: 2, target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]Chart uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
hasPatternsboolean | boolean[]The hasPatterns prop is an optional prop that indicates whether a pattern is shown for a chart. SVG patterns are dynamically generated (unique to each chart) in order to apply colors from the selected color theme or custom color scale. Those generated patterns are applied in a specific order (via a URL), similar to the color theme ordering defined by PatternFly. If the multi-color theme was in use; for example, colorized patterns would be displayed in that same order. Create custom patterns via the patternScale prop. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example hasPatterns={ true } @example hasPatterns={[ true, true, false ]}
heightnumbertheme.chart.heightSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether data will be plotted horizontally. When this prop is set to true, the independent variable will be plotted on the y axis and the dependent variable will be plotted on the x axis.
innerRadiusnumber | FunctionWhen the innerRadius prop is set, polar charts will be hollow rather than circular.
legendAllowWrapBetaboolean | ((extraHeight: number) => void)Allows legend items to wrap onto the next line if the chart is not wide enough. Note that the chart's SVG height and width are 100% by default, so it can be responsive itself. However, if you define the height and width of the chart's parent container, you must accommodate for extra legend height due to legend items wrapping onto the next line. When the height of the chart's parent container is too small, some legend items may not be visible. Alternatively, a callback function may be provided, which will be called after the legend's itemsPerRow property has been calculated. The value provided can be used to increase the chart's parent container height as legend items wrap onto the next line. If no adjustment is necessary, the value will be zero. Note: This is overridden by the legendItemsPerRow property
legendComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLegend />The legend component to render with chart. Note: Use legendData so the legend width can be calculated and positioned properly. Default legend properties may be applied
legendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
legendDirectionBeta'ltr' | 'rtl''ltr'Text direction of the legend labels.
legendOrientation'horizontal' | 'vertical'theme.legend.orientationThe orientation prop takes a string that defines whether legend data are displayed in a row or column. When orientation is "horizontal", legend items will be displayed in a single row. When orientation is "vertical", legend items will be displayed in a single column. Line and text-wrapping is not currently supported, so "vertical" orientation is both the default setting and recommended for displaying many series of data.
legendPosition'bottom' | 'bottom-left' | 'right'ChartCommonStyles.legend.positionThe legend position relation to the chart. Valid values are 'bottom', 'bottom-left', and 'right' Note: When adding a legend, padding may need to be adjusted in order to accommodate the extra legend. In some cases, the legend may not be visible until enough padding is applied.
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
polarbooleanVictory components can pass a boolean polar prop to specify whether a label is part of a polar chart.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart, ChartStack, or ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
showAxisbooleantrueConvenience prop to hide both x and y axis, which are shown by default. Alternatively, the axis can be hidden via chart styles.
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose Chart with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
startAnglenumberThe startAngle props defines the overall start angle of a polar chart in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with endAngle to create polar chart that spans only a segment of a circle, or to change overall rotation of the chart. This prop should be given as a number of degrees. Degrees are defined as starting at the 3 o'clock position, and proceeding counterclockwise.
style{ parent: object, background: object }The style prop defines the style of the component. The style prop should be given as an object with styles defined for data, labels and parent. Any valid svg styles are supported, but width, height, and padding should be specified via props as they determine relative layout for components in Chart. @propType { parent: object, background: object }
themeobjectgetChartTheme(themeColor, showAxis)The theme prop specifies a theme to use for determining styles and layout properties for a component. Any styles or props defined in theme may be overwritten by props specified on the component instance.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
widthnumbertheme.chart.widthSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.

ChartArea

ChartArea renders a dataset as a single area path. Since ChartArea renders only a single element to represent a dataset rather than individual elements for each data point, some of its behavior is different from other Victory based components. Pay special attention to style and events props, and take advantage of ChartVoronoiContainer to enable tooltips. ChartArea can be composed with Chart to create area charts. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-area/src/victory-area.tsx
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartArea: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartArea will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows..." />
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create an area. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by ChartArea: a scale, style, events, interpolation, and an array of modified data objects (including x, y, and calculated y0 and y1). Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartArea will use its default Area component.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will cover. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your bar chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventKeynumber | string | Function | string[] | number[]Similar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartArea events. Since ChartArea only renders a single element, the eventKey property is not used. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. an area), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartArea uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
heightnumberThe height props specifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether data will be plotted horizontally. When this prop is set to true, the independent variable will be plotted on the y axis and the dependent variable will be plotted on the x axis.
interpolationstring | FunctionThe interpolation prop determines how data points should be connected when plotting a line. Polar area charts may use the following interpolation options: "basis", "cardinal", "catmullRom", "linear". Cartesian area charts may use the following interpolation options: "basis", "cardinal", "catmullRom", "linear", "monotoneX", "monotoneY", "natural", "step", "stepAfter", "stepBefore".
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartArea. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartArea with VictoryScatter
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is used to reference a component instance when defining shared events.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
polarbooleanVictory components can pass a boolean polar prop to specify whether a label is part of a polar chart.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart or ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
samplesnumberThe samples prop specifies how many individual points to plot when plotting y as a function of x. Samples is ignored if x props are provided instead.
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartArea with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your ChartArea. Any valid inline style properties will be applied. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props, as they are used to calculate the alignment of components within chart. @example {data: {fill: "red"}, labels: {fontSize: 12}}
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartArea as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartArea. If you are wrapping ChartArea in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
widthnumberThe width props specifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container This value should be given as a number of pixels
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
y0number | string | Function | string[]Use y0 data accessor prop to determine how the component defines the baseline y0 data. This prop is useful for defining custom baselines for components like ChartArea. This prop may be given in a variety of formats. @example 'last_quarter_profit', () => 10, 1, 'employees.salary', ["employees", "salary"]

ChartAxis

ChartAxis renders a single axis which can be used on its own or composed with Chart. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-axis/src/index.d.ts
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
axisComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The axisComponent prop takes in an entire component which will be used to create the axis line. The new element created from the passed axisComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x1, y1, x2, y2, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If an axisComponent is not supplied, ChartAxis will render its default AxisLine component.
axisLabelComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLabel />The axisLabelComponent prop takes in an entire component which will be used to create the axis label. The new element created from the passed axisLabelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, transform, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If an axisLabelComponent is not supplied, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above
axisValuenumber | string | object | DateThe axisValue prop may be used instead of axisAngle to position the dependent axis. Ths prop is useful when dependent axes should line up with values on the independent axis.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartAxis: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartAxis will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
crossAxisbooleanThis prop specifies whether a given axis is intended to cross another axis.
dependentAxisbooleanThe dependentAxis prop specifies whether the axis corresponds to the dependent variable (usually y). This prop is useful when composing axis with other components to form a chart.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your axis will include. This prop should be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your axis. If this value is not given it will be calculated based on the scale or tickValues. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "axis", "axisLabel", "ticks", "tickLabels", and "grid" are all valid targets for ChartAxis events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler be used to modify other elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single tick), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "grid", eventKey: 2, eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {stroke: "orange"})}; } }, { target: "tickLabels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartAxis uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
fixLabelOverlapbooleanWhen true, this prop reduces the number of tick labels to fit the length of the axis. Labels are removed at approximately even intervals from the original array of labels. This feature only works well for labels that are approximately evenly spaced.
gridComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The gridComponent prop takes in an entire component which will be used to create grid lines. The new element created from the passed gridComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x1, y1, x2, y2, tick, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a gridComponent is not supplied, ChartAxis will render its default GridLine component.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
heightnumberSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into.
invertAxisbooleanIf true, this value will flip the domain of a given axis.
labelanyThe label prop defines the label that will appear along the axis. This prop should be given as a value or an entire, HTML-complete label component. If a label component is given, it will be cloned. The new element's properties x, y, textAnchor, verticalAnchor, and transform will have defaults provided by the axis; styles filled out with defaults provided by the axis, and overrides from the label component. If a value is given, a new ChartLabel will be created with props and styles from the axis.
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
offsetXnumberThis value describes how far from the "edge" of its permitted area each axis will be set back in the x-direction. If this prop is not given, the offset is calculated based on font size, axis orientation, and label padding.
offsetYnumberThis value describes how far from the "edge" of its permitted area each axis will be set back in the y-direction. If this prop is not given, the offset is calculated based on font size, axis orientation, and label padding.
orientationstringThe orientation prop specifies the position and orientation of your axis. Valid values are 'top', 'bottom', 'left' and 'right'.
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart, ChartStack, or ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
showGridbooleanfalseShow axis grid and ticks
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartAxis with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ axis: object, axisLabel: object, grid: object, ticks: object, tickLabels: object }The style prop defines the style of the component. The style prop should be given as an object with styles defined for parent, axis, axisLabel, grid, ticks, and tickLabels. Any valid svg styles are supported, but width, height, and padding should be specified via props as they determine relative layout for components in Chart. Functional styles may be defined for grid, tick, and tickLabel style properties, and they will be evaluated with each tick. Note: When a component is rendered as a child of another Victory component, or within a custom <svg> element with standalone={false} parent styles will be applied to the enclosing <g> tag. Many styles that can be applied to a parent <svg> will not be expressed when applied to a <g>. Note: custom angle and verticalAnchor properties may be included in labels styles.
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartAxis as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartAxis. If you are wrapping ChartAxis in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
tickComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The tickComponent prop takes in an entire component which will be used to create tick lines. The new element created from the passed tickComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x1, y1, x2, y2, tick, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a tickComponent is not supplied, ChartAxis will render its default Tick component.
tickCountnumberThe tickCount prop specifies approximately how many ticks should be drawn on the axis if tickValues are not explicitly provided. This value is calculated by d3 scale and prioritizes returning "nice" values and evenly spaced ticks over an exact number of ticks. If you need an exact number of ticks, please specify them via the tickValues prop. This prop must have a value greater than zero.
tickFormatany[] | ((tick: any, index: number, ticks: any[]) => string | number)The tickFormat prop specifies how tick values should be expressed visually. tickFormat can be given as a function to be applied to every tickValue, or as an array of display values for each tickValue. @example d3.time.format("%Y"), (x) => x.toPrecision(2), ["first", "second", "third"]
tickLabelComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLabel />The tickLabelComponent prop takes in an entire component which will be used to create the tick labels. The new element created from the passed tickLabelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, tick, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If an tickLabelComponent is not supplied, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above
tickValuesany[]The tickValues prop explicitly specifies which tick values to draw on the axis. @example ["apples", "bananas", "oranges"], [2, 4, 6, 8]
widthnumberSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Note: innerRadius may need to be set when using this property.

ChartBar

ChartBar renders a dataset as series of bars. ChartBar can be composed with Chart to create bar charts. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-bar/src/index.d.ts
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
alignmentstringThe alignment prop specifies how bars should be aligned relative to their data points. This prop may be given as “start”, “middle” or “end”. When this prop is not specified, bars will have “middle” alignment relative to their data points.
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
barRationumberThe barRatio prop specifies an approximate ratio between bar widths and spaces between bars. When width is not specified via the barWidth prop or in bar styles, the barRatio prop will be used to calculate a default width for each bar given the total number of bars in the data series and the overall width of the chart.
barWidthnumber | FunctionThe barWidth prop is used to specify the width of each bar. This prop may be given as a number of pixels or as a function that returns a number. When this prop is given as a function, it will be evaluated with the arguments datum, and active. When this value is not given, a default value will be calculated based on the overall dimensions of the chart, and the number of bars.
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartBar: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartBar will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows..." />
cornerRadiusFunction | number | { top, bottom, topLeft, topRight, bottomLeft, bottomRight }The cornerRadius prop specifies a radius to apply to each bar. If this prop is given as a single number, the radius will only be applied to the top of each bar. When this prop is given as a function, it will be evaluated with the arguments datum, and active. @example {topLeft: ({ datum }) => datum.x * 4}
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a bar. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by ChartBar: a scale, style, events, interpolation, and an array of modified data objects (including x, y, and calculated y0 and y1). Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartBar will use its default Bar component.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will cover. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your bar chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for VictoryBar events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: "thisOne", eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: "theOtherOne", mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: "theOtherOne", target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartBar uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
heightnumberThe height props specifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether the bars will be laid vertically or horizontally. The bars will be vertical if this prop is false or unspecified, or horizontal if the prop is set to true.
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the bar. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartBar. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartBar with VictoryScatter
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is used to reference a component instance when defining shared events.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart or ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
samplesnumberThe samples prop specifies how many individual points to plot when plotting y as a function of x. Samples is ignored if x props are provided instead.
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartBar with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your ChartBar. Any valid inline style properties will be applied. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props, as they are used to calculate the alignment of components within chart. @example {data: {fill: "red"}, labels: {fontSize: 12}}
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartBar as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartBar. If you are wrapping ChartBar in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
widthnumberThe width props specifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container This value should be given as a number of pixels
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
y0number | string | Function | string[]Use y0 data accessor prop to determine how the component defines the baseline y0 data. This prop is useful for defining custom baselines for components like ChartBar. This prop may be given in a variety of formats. @example 'last_quarter_profit', () => 10, 1, 'employees.salary', ["employees", "salary"]

ChartBoxPlot

ChartBoxPlot renders a box plot to describe the distribution of a set of data. Data for ChartBoxPlot may be given with summary statistics pre-calculated (min, median, max, q1, q3), or as an array of raw data. ChartBoxPlot can be composed with Chart to create box plot charts. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-bar/src/index.d.ts
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
boxWidthnumberThe boxWidth prop specifies how wide each box should be. If the whiskerWidth prop is not set, this prop will also determine the width of the whisker crosshair.
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartBoxPlot: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartBoxPlot will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows..." />
dataany[]The data prop for ChartBoxPlot may be given in a variety of formats: @example As an array of standard data objects with values specified for x and y When given in this format, repeated values for x will be used for calculating summary statistics data={[ { x: 1, y: 2 }, { x: 1, y: 3 }, { x: 1, y: 5 }, { x: 2, y: 1 }, { x: 2, y: 4 }, { x: 2, y: 5 }, ... ]} @example As an array of data objects where y is given as an array of values When given in this format, array values are used for calculating summary statistics. data={[ { x: 1, y: [1, 2, 3, 5] }, { x: 2, y: [3, 2, 8, 10] }, { x: 3, y: [2, 8, 6, 5] }, { x: 4, y: [1, 3, 2, 9] } ]} @example As an array of data objects with pre-calculated summary statistics(min, median, max, q1, q3) When given in this format, ChartBoxPlot will not perform statistical analysis. Pre-calculating summary statistics for large datasets will improve performance. data={[ { x: 1, min: 2, median: 5, max: 10, q1: 3, q3: 7 }, { x: 2, min: 1, median: 4, max: 9, q1: 3, q3: 6 }, { x: 3, min: 1, median: 6, max: 12, q1: 4, q3: 10 }, ]} Use the x, y, min, max, median, q1, and q3 data accessor props to specify custom data formats.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will cover. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your bar chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartBoxPlot events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: "thisOne", eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: "theOtherOne", mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: "theOtherOne", target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartBoxPlot uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
heightnumberThe height props specifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether the bars will be laid vertically or horizontally. The bars will be vertical if this prop is false or unspecified, or horizontal if the prop is set to true.
labelOrientationOrientationTypes | VictoryBoxPlotLabelOrientationInterfaceThe labelOrientation prop determines where labels are placed relative to their corresponding data. If this prop is not set, it will be set to "top" for horizontal charts, and "right" for vertical charts.
labelsbooleanWhen the boolean labels prop is set to true, the values for min, max, median, q1, and q3 will be displayed for each box. For more granular label control, use the individual minLabels, maxLabels, medianLabels, q1Labels, and q3Labels props.
maxstring | array[string] | functionUse the max data accessor prop to define the max value of a box plot. @example Specify which property in an array of data objects should be used as the max value max="max_value" @example Use a function to translate each element in a data array into a max value max={() => 10} @example Specify which property in an array of nested data objects should be used as a max value max="bonds.max", max={["bonds", "max"]}
maxComponentReact.ReactElementThe maxComponent prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering an element to represent the maximum value of the box plot. The new element created from the passed maxComponent will be provided with the following props calculated by ChartBoxPlot: datum, index, scale, style, events, majorWhisker and minorWhisker. The majorWhisker and minorWhisker props are given as objects with values for x1, y1, x2 and y2 that describes the lines that make up the major and minor whisker. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a maxComponent is not provided, ChartBoxPlot will use its default Whisker component.
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
maxLabelComponentReact.ReactElementThe maxLabelComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render the label corresponding to the maximum value for each box. The new element created from the passed maxLabelComponent will be supplied with the following props: x, y, datum, index, scale, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, transform, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If maxLabelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above.
maxLabelsVictoryBoxPlotLabelTypeThe maxLabels prop defines the labels that will appear above each point. This prop should be given as a boolean, an array or as a function of the props corresponding to that label. When given as a boolean value, the max value of each datum will be used for the label. @example maxLabels={["first", "second", "third"]} maxLabels={({ datum }) => Math.round(datum.max)}
medianstring | array[string] | functionUse the median data accessor prop to define the median value of a box plot. @example Specify which property in an array of data objects should be used as the median value median="median_value" @example Use a function to translate each element in a data array into a median value median={() => 10} @example Specify which property in an array of nested data objects should be used as a median value median="bonds.median", median={["bonds", "median"]}
medianComponentReact.ReactElementThe medianComponent prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering an element to represent the median value of the box plot. The new element created from the passed medianComponent will be provided with the following props calculated by ChartBoxPlot: datum, index, scale, style, events, x1, y1, x2 and y2 Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a medianComponent is not provided, ChartBoxPlot will use its default Line component.
medianLabelComponentReact.ReactElementThe medianLabelComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render the label corresponding to the median value for each box. The new element created from the passed medianLabelComponent will be supplied with the following props: x, y, datum, index, scale, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, transform, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If medianLabelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above.
medianLabelsstring | function | booleanThe medianLabels prop defines the labels that will appear above each point. This prop should be given as a boolean, an array or as a function of the props corresponding to that label. When given as a boolean value, the median value of each datum will be used for the label. @example medianLabels={["first", "second", "third"]} medianLabels={({ datum }) => Math.round(datum.median)}
minstring | array[string] | functionUse the min data accessor prop to define the min value of a box plot. @example Specify which property in an array of data objects should be used as the min value min="min_value" @example Use a function to translate each element in a data array into a min value min={() => 10} @example Specify which property in an array of nested data objects should be used as a min value min="bonds.min", min={["bonds", "min"]}
minComponentReact.ReactElementThe minComponent prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering an element to represent the minimum value of the box plot. The new element created from the passed minComponent will be provided with the following props calculated by ChartBoxPlot: datum, index, scale, style, events, majorWhisker and minorWhisker. The majorWhisker and minorWhisker props are given as objects with values for x1, y1, x2 and y2 that describes the lines that make up the major and minor whisker. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a minComponent is not provided, ChartBoxPlot will use its default Whisker component.
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minLabelComponentReact.ReactElementThe minLabelComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render the label corresponding to the minimum value for each box. The new element created from the passed minLabelComponent will be supplied with the following props: x, y, datum, index, scale, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, transform, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If minLabelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above.
minLabelsstring | function | booleanThe minLabels prop defines the labels that will appear above each point. This prop should be given as a boolean, an array or as a function of the props corresponding to that label. When given as a boolean value, the min value of each datum will be used for the label. @example minLabels={["first", "second", "third"]} minLabels={({ datum }) => Math.round(datum.min)}
namestringThe name prop is used to reference a component instance when defining shared events.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
q1string | array[string] | functionUse the q1 data accessor prop to define the q1 value of a box plot. @example Specify which property in an array of data objects should be used as the q1 value q1="q1_value" @example Use a function to translate each element in a data array into a q1 value q1={() => 10} @example Specify which property in an array of nested data objects should be used as a q1 value q1="bonds.q1", q1={["bonds", "q1"]}
q1ComponentReact.ReactElementThe q1Component prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering an element to represent the q1 value of the box plot. The new element created from the passed q1Component will be provided with the following props calculated by ChartBoxPlot: datum, index, scale, style, events, x, y, width and height Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a q1Component is not provided, ChartBoxPlot will use its default Box component.
q1LabelComponentReact.ReactElementThe q1LabelComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render the label corresponding to the q1 value for each box. The new element created from the passed q1LabelComponent will be supplied with the following props: x, y, datum, index, scale, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, transform, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If q1LabelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above.
q1Labelsstring | function | booleanThe q1Labels prop defines the labels that will appear above each point. This prop should be given as a boolean, an array or as a function of the props corresponding to that label. When given as a boolean value, the q1 value of each datum will be used for the label. @example q1Labels={["first", "second", "third"]} q1Labels={({ datum }) => Math.round(datum.q1)}
q3string | array[string] | functionUse the q3 data accessor prop to define the q3 value of a box plot. @example Specify which property in an array of data objects should be used as the q3 value q3="q3_value" @example Use a function to translate each element in a data array into a q3 value q3={() => 10} @example Specify which property in an array of nested data objects should be used as a q3 value q3="bonds.q3", q3={["bonds", "q3"]}
q3ComponentReact.ReactElementThe q3Component prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering an element to represent the q3 value of the box plot. The new element created from the passed q3Component will be provided with the following props calculated by ChartBoxPlot: datum, index, scale, style, events, x, y, width and height Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a q3Component is not provided, ChartBoxPlot will use its default Box component.
q3LabelComponentReact.ReactElementThe q3LabelComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render the label corresponding to the q3 value for each box. The new element created from the passed q3LabelComponent will be supplied with the following props: x, y, datum, index, scale, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, transform, style and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If q3LabelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above.
q3Labelsstring | function | booleanThe q3Labels prop defines the labels that will appear above each point. This prop should be given as a boolean, an array or as a function of the props corresponding to that label. When given as a boolean value, the q3 value of each datum will be used for the label. @example q3Labels={["first", "second", "third"]} q3Labels={({ datum }) => Math.round(datum.q3)}
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart or ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
samplesnumberThe samples prop specifies how many individual points to plot when plotting y as a function of x. Samples is ignored if x props are provided instead.
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartBoxPlot with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your ChartBoxPlot. Any valid inline style properties will be applied. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props, as they are used to calculate the alignment of components within chart. @example {data: {fill: "red"}, labels: {fontSize: 12}}
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartBoxPlot as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartBoxPlot. If you are wrapping ChartBoxPlot in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
whiskerWidthnumberThe whiskerWidth prop specifies how wide each whisker crosshair should be. If the whiskerWidth prop is not set, the width of the whisker crosshair will match the width of the box.
widthnumberThe width props specifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container This value should be given as a number of pixels
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
y0number | string | Function | string[]Use y0 data accessor prop to determine how the component defines the baseline y0 data. This prop is useful for defining custom baselines for components like ChartBoxPlot. This prop may be given in a variety of formats. @example 'last_quarter_profit', () => 10, 1, 'employees.salary', ["employees", "salary"]

ChartBullet

ChartBullet renders a dataset as a bullet chart. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-chart/src/victory-chart.tsx
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
allowTooltipbooleantrueSpecifies the tooltip capability of the container component. A value of true allows the chart to add a ChartTooltip component to the labelComponent property. This is a shortcut to display tooltips when the labels property is also provided.
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers.
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers.
axisComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartAxis />The axis component to render with the chart
bulletSizenumbertheme.chart.heightSpecifies the size of the bullet chart. For a horizontal chart, this adjusts bar height; although, it technically scales the underlying barWidth property. Note: Values should be >= 125, the default is 140
comparativeErrorMeasureComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletComparativeErrorMeasure />The comparative error measure component to render with the chart
comparativeErrorMeasureDataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `comparativeErrorMeasureDataY` accessor prop), but by default, an object with y properties is expected. @example comparativeErrorMeasureData={[{ y: 50 }]}
comparativeErrorMeasureDataYnumber | string | Function | string[]The comparativeErrorMeasureDataY prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
comparativeErrorMeasureLegendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
comparativeWarningMeasureComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletComparativeWarningMeasure />The comparative warning measure component to render with the chart
comparativeWarningMeasureDataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `comparativeErrorMeasureDataY` accessor prop), but by default, an object with y properties is expected. @example comparativeWarningMeasureData={[{ y: 50 }]}
comparativeWarningMeasureDataYnumber | string | Function | string[]The comparativeWarningMeasureDataY prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
comparativeWarningMeasureLegendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
comparativeZeroMeasureComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletComparativeMeasure />The comparative zero measure component to render with the chart
constrainToVisibleAreabooleanfalseThe constrainToVisibleArea prop determines whether to coerce tooltips so that they fit within the visible area of the chart. When this prop is set to true, tooltip pointers will still point to the correct data point, but the center of the tooltip will be shifted to fit within the overall width and height of the svg Victory renders.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }getBulletDomain({ comparativeErrorMeasureComponent, comparativeErrorMeasureData, comparativeWarningMeasureComponent, comparativeWarningMeasureData, maxDomain, minDomain, primaryDotMeasureComponent, primaryDotMeasureData, primarySegmentedMeasureComponent, primarySegmentedMeasureData, qualitativeRangeComponent, qualitativeRangeData })The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will include. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. Note: The x domain is expected to be `x: [0, 2]` in order to position all measures properly @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } {x: [0, 2], y: [0, 100]}
groupSubTitlestringThe subtitle to render for grouped bullets
groupTitlestringThe title to render for grouped bullets
groupTitleComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletGroupTitle />The group title component to render for grouped bullets
heightnumberhorizontal ? theme.chart.height : theme.chart.widthSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
horizontalbooleantrueThe horizontal prop determines whether data will be plotted horizontally. When this prop is set to true, the independent variable will be plotted on the y axis and the dependent variable will be plotted on the x axis.
invertbooleanfalseInvert the color scales used to represent primary measures and qualitative ranges.
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
legendAllowWrapBetaboolean | ((extraHeight: number) => void)falseAllows legend items to wrap onto the next line if the chart is not wide enough. Note that the chart's SVG height and width are 100% by default, so it can be responsive itself. However, if you define the height and width of the chart's parent container, you must accommodate for extra legend height due to legend items wrapping onto the next line. When the height of the chart's parent container is too small, some legend items may not be visible. Alternatively, a callback function may be provided, which will be called after the legend's itemsPerRow property has been calculated. The value provided can be used to increase the chart's parent container height as legend items wrap onto the next line. If no adjustment is necessary, the value will be zero. Note: This is overridden by the legendItemsPerRow property
legendComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLegend />The legend component to render with chart.
legendDirectionBeta'ltr' | 'rtl''ltr'Text direction of the legend labels.
legendItemsPerRownumberThe legendItemsPerRow prop determines how many items to render in each row of a horizontal legend, or in each column of a vertical legend. This prop should be given as an integer. When this prop is not given, legend items will be rendered in a single row or column.
legendOrientation'horizontal' | 'vertical'theme.legend.orientationThe orientation prop takes a string that defines whether legend data are displayed in a row or column. When orientation is "horizontal", legend items will be displayed in a single row. When orientation is "vertical", legend items will be displayed in a single column. Line and text-wrapping is not currently supported, so "vertical" orientation is both the default setting and recommended for displaying many series of data.
legendPosition'bottom' | 'bottom-left' | 'right''bottom'The legend position relation to the chart. Valid values are 'bottom', 'bottom-left', and 'right' Note: When adding a legend, padding may need to be adjusted in order to accommodate the extra legend. In some cases, the legend may not be visible until enough padding is applied.
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }} Note: The x domain is expected to be `x: 2` in order to position all measures properly
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }} Note: The x domain is expected to be `x: 0` in order to position all measures properly
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right. Note: The underlying bullet chart is a different size than height and width. For a horizontal chart, left and right padding may need to be applied at (approx) 2 to 1 scale.
primaryDotMeasureComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletPrimaryDotMeasure />The primary dot measure component to render with the chart
primaryDotMeasureDataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `comparativeErrorMeasureDataY` accessor prop), but by default, an object with y properties is expected. @example primaryDotMeasureData={[{ y: 50 }]}
primaryDotMeasureDataYnumber | string | Function | string[]The primaryDotMeasureDataY prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
primaryDotMeasureLegendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
primarySegmentedMeasureComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletPrimarySegmentedMeasure />The primary segmented measure component to render with the chart
primarySegmentedMeasureDataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `comparativeErrorMeasureDataY` accessor prop), but by default, an object with y properties is expected. @example primarySegmentedMeasureData={[{ y: 50 }]}
primarySegmentedMeasureDataYnumber | string | Function | string[]The primarySegmentedMeasureDataY prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
primarySegmentedMeasureLegendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
qualitativeRangeComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletQualitativeRange />The qualitative range component to render with the chart
qualitativeRangeDataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `comparativeErrorMeasureDataY` accessor prop), but by default, an object with y properties is expected. @example qualitativeRangeData={[{ y: 50 }]}
qualitativeRangeDataYnumber | string | Function | string[]The qualitativeRangeDataY prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
qualitativeRangeDataY0number | string | Function | string[]Use qualitativeRangeDataY0 data accessor prop to determine how the component defines the baseline y0 data. This prop is useful for defining custom baselines for components like ChartBar. This prop may be given in a variety of formats. @example 'last_quarter_profit', () => 10, 1, 'employees.salary', ["employees", "salary"]
qualitativeRangeLegendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
standalonebooleantrueThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose Chart with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
subTitlestringThe subtitle for the chart
themeobjectgetBulletThemeWithLegendColorScale({ comparativeErrorMeasureData, comparativeErrorMeasureLegendData, comparativeWarningMeasureData, comparativeWarningMeasureLegendData, invert, primaryDotMeasureData, primaryDotMeasureLegendData, primarySegmentedMeasureData, primarySegmentedMeasureLegendData, qualitativeRangeData, qualitativeRangeLegendData, themeColor })The theme prop specifies a theme to use for determining styles and layout properties for a component. Any styles or props defined in theme may be overwritten by props specified on the component instance.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
titlestringThe title for the chart
titleComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartBulletTitle />The label component to render the chart title.
titlePosition'left' | 'top-left'The title position relation to the chart. Valid values are 'left', and 'top-left' Note: These properties are only valid for horizontal layouts
widthnumberhorizontal ? theme.chart.width : theme.chart.heightSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.

ChartDonut

ChartDonut renders a dataset as a donut chart. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-pie/src/index.d.ts
*required
NameTypeDefaultDescription
allowTooltipbooleantrueSpecifies the tooltip capability of the container component. A value of true allows the chart to add a ChartTooltip component to the labelComponent property. This is a shortcut to display tooltips when the labels property is also provided.
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the desc prop of containerComponent
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the title prop of containerComponent
capHeightnumber | string | Function1.1The capHeight prop defines a text metric for the font being used: the expected height of capital letters. This is necessary because of SVG, which (a) positions the *bottom* of the text at `y`, and (b) has no notion of line height. The value should ideally use the same units as `lineHeight` and `dy`, preferably ems. If given a unitless number, it is assumed to be ems.
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
colorScalestring[]The colorScale prop is an optional prop that defines the color scale the pie will be created on. This prop should be given as an array of CSS colors, or as a string corresponding to one of the built in color scales. ChartDonut will automatically assign values from this color scale to the pie slices unless colors are explicitly provided in the data object
constrainToVisibleAreabooleanThe constrainToVisibleArea prop determines whether to coerce tooltips so that they fit within the visible area of the chart. When this prop is set to true, tooltip pointers will still point to the correct data point, but the center of the tooltip will be shifted to fit within the overall width and height of the svg Victory renders.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartDonut: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartDonut will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
cornerRadiusnumber | FunctionSet the cornerRadius for every dataComponent (Slice by default) within ChartDonut
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted, where data X-value is the slice label (string or number), and Y-value is the corresponding number value represented by the slice Data should be in the form of an array of data points. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire, HTML-complete data component which will be used to create slices for each datum in the pie chart. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will have the property datum set by the pie chart for the point it renders; properties style and pathFunction calculated by ChartDonut; an index property set corresponding to the location of the datum in the data provided to the pie; events bound to the ChartDonut; and the d3 compatible slice object. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartDonut's Slice component will be used.
endAnglenumberThe overall end angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with startAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop takes an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartDonut events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: 1, eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: 2, mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: 2, target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartDonut uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
hasPatternsboolean | boolean[]The hasPatterns prop is an optional prop that indicates whether a pattern is shown for a chart. SVG patterns are dynamically generated (unique to each chart) in order to apply colors from the selected color theme or custom color scale. Those generated patterns are applied in a specific order (via a URL), similar to the color theme ordering defined by PatternFly. If the multi-color theme was in use; for example, colorized patterns would be displayed in that same order. Create custom patterns via the patternScale prop. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example hasPatterns={ true } @example hasPatterns={[ true, true, false ]}
heightnumbertheme.pie.heightSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Note: When adding a legend, height (the overall SVG height) may need to be larger than donutHeight (the donut size) in order to accommodate the extra legend. By default, donutHeight is the min. of either height or width. This covers most use cases in order to accommodate legends within the same SVG. However, donutHeight (not height) may need to be set in order to adjust the donut height. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
innerRadiusnumber | FunctionWhen creating a donut chart, this prop determines the number of pixels between the center of the chart and the inner edge.
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartDonut. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartDonut with VictoryScatter
labelPositionstring | FunctionThe labelPosition prop specifies the angular position of each label relative to its corresponding slice. When this prop is not given, the label will be positioned at the centroid of each slice.
labelRadiusnumber | FunctionThe labelRadius prop defines the radius of the arc that will be used for positioning each slice label. If this prop is not set, the label radius will default to the radius of the pie + label padding.
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
legendAllowWrapBetaboolean | ((extraHeight: number) => void)Allows legend items to wrap onto the next line if the chart is not wide enough. Note that the chart's SVG height and width are 100% by default, so it can be responsive itself. However, if you define the height and width of the chart's parent container, you must accommodate for extra legend height due to legend items wrapping onto the next line. When the height of the chart's parent container is too small, some legend items may not be visible. Alternatively, a callback function may be provided, which will be called after the legend's itemsPerRow property has been calculated. The value provided can be used to increase the chart's parent container height as legend items wrap onto the next line. If no adjustment is necessary, the value will be zero. Note: This is overridden by the legendItemsPerRow property
legendComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The legend component to render with chart. Note: Use legendData so the legend width can be calculated and positioned properly. Default legend properties may be applied
legendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
legendDirectionBeta'ltr' | 'rtl''ltr'Text direction of the legend labels.
legendOrientation'horizontal' | 'vertical'The orientation prop takes a string that defines whether legend data are displayed in a row or column. When orientation is "horizontal", legend items will be displayed in a single row. When orientation is "vertical", legend items will be displayed in a single column. Line and text-wrapping is not currently supported, so "vertical" orientation is both the default setting and recommended for displaying many series of data.
legendPosition'bottom' | 'right'ChartCommonStyles.legend.positionThe legend position relation to the donut chart. Valid values are 'bottom' and 'right' Note: When adding a legend, padding may need to be adjusted in order to accommodate the extra legend. In some cases, the legend may not be visible until enough padding is applied.
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
padAnglenumber | FunctionThe padAngle prop determines the amount of separation between adjacent data slices in number of degrees
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
radiusnumber | FunctionSpecifies the radius of the chart. If this property is not provided it is computed from width, height, and padding props
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleantrueThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartDonut with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
startAnglenumberThe overall start angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with endAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your pie. ChartDonut relies on Radium, so valid Radium style objects should work for this prop. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props. @example {data: {stroke: "black"}, label: {fontSize: 10}}
subTitlestringThe subtitle for the donut chart
subTitleComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The label component to render the chart subTitle. When overriding the subTitleComponent prop, title and subTitle will be centered independently. You may choose to use the x and y props of ChartLabel to adjust the center position. For example: <pre> subTitle="Pets" subTitleComponent={<ChartLabel y={130} />} title={100} titleComponent={<ChartLabel y={107} />} </pre> Note: Default label properties may be applied
subTitlePosition'bottom' | 'center' | 'right'ChartDonutStyles.label.subTitlePositionThe orientation of the subtitle position. Valid values are 'bottom', 'center', and 'right'
themeobjectgetDonutTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartDonut as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartDonut. If you are wrapping ChartDonut in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
titlestringThe title for the donut chart
titleComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLabel />The label component to render the chart title. When centering both title and subTitle props, it's possible to override both styles via an array provided to ChartLabel. The first item in the array is associated with title styles, while the second item in the array is associated with subtitle styles. <pre> subTitle="Pets" title={100} titleComponent={ <ChartLabel style={[{ fill: 'red', // title color fontSize: 24 }, { fill: 'blue', // subtitle color fontSize: 14 }]} /> } </pre> In this case, both title and subTitle will be centered together. However, should you also override the subTitleComponent prop, title and subTitle will be centered independently. You may choose to use the x and y props of ChartLabel to adjust the center position. For example: <pre> subTitle="Pets" subTitleComponent={<ChartLabel y={130} />} title={100} titleComponent={<ChartLabel y={107} />} </pre> Note: Default label properties may be applied
widthnumbertheme.pie.widthSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)

ChartDonutThreshold

ChartDonutThreshold renders a dataset as a donut threshold chart. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-pie/src/index.d.ts
*required
NameTypeDefaultDescription
allowTooltipbooleantrueSpecifies the tooltip capability of the container component. A value of true allows the chart to add a ChartTooltip component to the labelComponent property. This is a shortcut to display tooltips when the labels property is also provided.
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the desc prop of containerComponent
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the title prop of containerComponent
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
colorScalestring[]The colorScale prop is an optional prop that defines the color scale the pie will be created on. This prop should be given as an array of CSS colors, or as a string corresponding to one of the built in color scales. ChartDonutThreshold will automatically assign values from this color scale to the pie slices unless colors are explicitly provided in the data object
constrainToVisibleAreabooleanfalseThe constrainToVisibleArea prop determines whether to coerce tooltips so that they fit within the visible area of the chart. When this prop is set to true, tooltip pointers will still point to the correct data point, but the center of the tooltip will be shifted to fit within the overall width and height of the svg Victory renders.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartDonutThreshold: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartDonutThreshold will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
cornerRadiusnumber | FunctionSet the cornerRadius for every dataComponent (Slice by default) within ChartDonutThreshold
dataany[][]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted, where data X-value is the slice label (string or number), and Y-value is the corresponding number value represented by the slice Data should be in the form of a single data point. The data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. Note: The Y-value is expected to represent a percentage @example data={[{ x: 'Warning at 60%', y: 60 }, { x: 'Danger at 90%', y: 90 }]}
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire, HTML-complete data component which will be used to create slices for each datum in the pie chart. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will have the property datum set by the pie chart for the point it renders; properties style and pathFunction calculated by ChartDonutThreshold; an index property set corresponding to the location of the datum in the data provided to the pie; events bound to the ChartDonutThreshold; and the d3 compatible slice object. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartDonutThreshold's Slice component will be used.
descstringThe desc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. The more info about the chart provided in the description, the more usable it will be for people using screen readers. This prop defaults to an empty string. Note: Overridden by containerComponent @example "Golden retreivers make up 30%, Labs make up 25%, and other dog breeds are not represented above 5% each."
endAnglenumberThe overall end angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with startAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop takes an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartDonutThreshold events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: 1, eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: 2, mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: 2, target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartDonutThreshold uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
hasPatternsboolean | boolean[]The hasPatterns prop is an optional prop that indicates whether a pattern is shown for a chart. SVG patterns are dynamically generated (unique to each chart) in order to apply colors from the selected color theme or custom color scale. Those generated patterns are applied in a specific order (via a URL), similar to the color theme ordering defined by PatternFly. If the multi-color theme was in use; for example, colorized patterns would be displayed in that same order. Create custom patterns via the patternScale prop. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example hasPatterns={ true } @example hasPatterns={[ true, true, false ]}
heightnumbertheme.pie.heightSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same height in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
innerRadiusnumber | FunctionWhen creating a donut chart, this prop determines the number of pixels between the center of the chart and the inner edge.
invertbooleanfalseInvert the threshold color scale used to represent warnings, errors, etc.
labelRadiusnumber | FunctionThe labelRadius prop defines the radius of the arc that will be used for positioning each slice label. If this prop is not set, the label radius will default to the radius of the pie + label padding.
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)[]The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
padAnglenumber | FunctionThe padAngle prop determines the amount of separation between adjacent data slices in number of degrees
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
radiusnumber | FunctionSpecifies the radius of the chart. If this property is not provided it is computed from width, height, and padding props
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleantrueThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartDonutThreshold with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
startAnglenumberThe overall start angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with endAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your pie. ChartDonutThreshold relies on Radium, so valid Radium style objects should work for this prop. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props. @example {data: {stroke: "black"}, label: {fontSize: 10}}
subTitlestringThe subtitle for the donut chart
subTitlePosition'bottom' | 'center' | 'right'ChartDonutStyles.label.subTitlePositionThe orientation of the subtitle position. Valid values are 'bottom', 'center', and 'right'
themeobjectgetDonutThresholdStaticTheme(themeColor, invert)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartDonutThreshold as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartDonutThreshold. If you are wrapping ChartDonutThreshold in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
titlestringThe title for the donut chart
widthnumbertheme.pie.widthSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)

ChartDonutUtilization

ChartDonutUtilization renders a dataset as a donut utilization chart. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-pie/src/index.d.ts
*required
NameTypeDefaultDescription
allowTooltipbooleantrueSpecifies the tooltip capability of the container component. A value of true allows the chart to add a ChartTooltip component to the labelComponent property. This is a shortcut to display tooltips when the labels property is also provided.
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the desc prop of containerComponent
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the title prop of containerComponent
capHeightnumber | string | FunctionThe capHeight prop defines a text metric for the font being used: the expected height of capital letters. This is necessary because of SVG, which (a) positions the *bottom* of the text at `y`, and (b) has no notion of line height. The value should ideally use the same units as `lineHeight` and `dy`, preferably ems. If given a unitless number, it is assumed to be ems.
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
colorScalestring[]The colorScale prop is an optional prop that defines the color scale the pie will be created on. This prop should be given as an array of CSS colors, or as a string corresponding to one of the built in color scales. ChartDonutUtilization will automatically assign values from this color scale to the pie slices unless colors are explicitly provided in the data object
constrainToVisibleAreabooleanThe constrainToVisibleArea prop determines whether to coerce tooltips so that they fit within the visible area of the chart. When this prop is set to true, tooltip pointers will still point to the correct data point, but the center of the tooltip will be shifted to fit within the overall width and height of the svg Victory renders.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartDonutUtilization: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartDonutUtilization will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
cornerRadiusnumber | FunctionSet the cornerRadius for every dataComponent (Slice by default) within ChartDonutUtilization
dataanyThe data prop specifies the data to be plotted, where data X-value is the slice label (string or number), and Y-value is the corresponding number value represented by the slice Data should be in the form of a single data point. The data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. Note: The Y-value is expected to represent a percentage @example data={{ x: 'GBps capacity', y: 75 }}
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire, HTML-complete data component which will be used to create slices for each datum in the pie chart. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will have the property datum set by the pie chart for the point it renders; properties style and pathFunction calculated by ChartDonutUtilization; an index property set corresponding to the location of the datum in the data provided to the pie; events bound to the ChartDonutUtilization; and the d3 compatible slice object. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartDonutUtilization's Slice component will be used.
descstringThe desc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. The more info about the chart provided in the description, the more usable it will be for people using screen readers. This prop defaults to an empty string. Note: Overridden by containerComponent @example "Golden retreivers make up 30%, Labs make up 25%, and other dog breeds are not represented above 5% each."
endAnglenumberThe overall end angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with startAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop takes an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartDonutUtilization events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: 1, eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: 2, mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: 2, target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartDonutUtilization uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
hasPatternsboolean | boolean[]The hasPatterns prop is an optional prop that indicates whether a pattern is shown for a chart. SVG patterns are dynamically generated (unique to each chart) in order to apply colors from the selected color theme or custom color scale. Those generated patterns are applied in a specific order (via a URL), similar to the color theme ordering defined by PatternFly. If the multi-color theme was in use; for example, colorized patterns would be displayed in that same order. Create custom patterns via the patternScale prop. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example hasPatterns={ true } @example hasPatterns={[ true, true, false ]}
heightnumbertheme.pie.heightSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
innerRadiusnumber | FunctionWhen creating a donut chart, this prop determines the number of pixels between the center of the chart and the inner edge.
invertbooleanfalseInvert the threshold color scale used to represent warnings, errors, etc. Instead of showing a warning at 60% and an error at 90%; for example, this would allow users to show a warning below 60% and an error below 20%
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartDonutUtilization. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartDonutUtilization with VictoryScatter
labelPositionstring | FunctionThe labelPosition prop specifies the angular position of each label relative to its corresponding slice. This prop should be given as "startAngle", "endAngle", "centroid", or as a function that returns one of these values. When this prop is not given, the label will be positioned at the centroid of each slice.
labelRadiusnumber | FunctionThe labelRadius prop defines the radius of the arc that will be used for positioning each slice label. If this prop is not set, the label radius will default to the radius of the pie + label padding.
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
legendAllowWrapBetaboolean | ((extraHeight: number) => void)Allows legend items to wrap onto the next line if the chart is not wide enough. Note that the chart's SVG height and width are 100% by default, so it can be responsive itself. However, if you define the height and width of the chart's parent container, you must accommodate for extra legend height due to legend items wrapping onto the next line. When the height of the chart's parent container is too small, some legend items may not be visible. Alternatively, a callback function may be provided, which will be called after the legend's itemsPerRow property has been calculated. The value provided can be used to increase the chart's parent container height as legend items wrap onto the next line. If no adjustment is necessary, the value will be zero. Note: This is overridden by the legendItemsPerRow property
legendComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The legend component to render with chart. Note: Use legendData so the legend width can be calculated and positioned properly. Default legend properties may be applied
legendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
legendDirectionBeta'ltr' | 'rtl''ltr'Text direction of the legend labels.
legendOrientation'horizontal' | 'vertical'The orientation prop takes a string that defines whether legend data are displayed in a row or column. When orientation is "horizontal", legend items will be displayed in a single row. When orientation is "vertical", legend items will be displayed in a single column. Line and text-wrapping is not currently supported, so "vertical" orientation is both the default setting and recommended for displaying many series of data.
legendPosition'bottom' | 'right'ChartCommonStyles.legend.positionThe legend position relation to the donut chart. Valid values are 'bottom' and 'right' Note: When adding a legend, padding may need to be adjusted in order to accommodate the extra legend. In some cases, the legend may not be visible until enough padding is applied.
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
padAnglenumber | FunctionThe padAngle prop determines the amount of separation between adjacent data slices in number of degrees
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
radiusnumber | FunctionSpecifies the radius of the chart. If this property is not provided it is computed from width, height, and padding props
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleantrueThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartDonutUtilization with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
startAnglenumberThe overall start angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with endAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your pie. ChartDonutUtilization relies on Radium, so valid Radium style objects should work for this prop. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props. @example {data: {stroke: "black"}, label: {fontSize: 10}}
subTitlestringThe subtitle for the donut chart label
subTitleComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The label component to render the chart subTitle. When overriding the subTitleComponent prop, title and subTitle will be centered independently. You may choose to use the x and y props of ChartLabel to adjust the center position. For example: <pre> subTitle="Pets" subTitleComponent={<ChartLabel y={130} />} title={100} titleComponent={<ChartLabel y={107} />} </pre> Note: Default label properties may be applied
subTitlePosition'bottom' | 'center' | 'right'The orientation of the subtitle position. Valid values are 'bottom', 'center', and 'right'
themeobjectgetDonutUtilizationTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartDonutUtilization as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartDonutUtilization. If you are wrapping ChartDonutUtilization in ChartChart, ChartGroup, or ChartThreshold please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
thresholdsany[]The dynamic portion of the chart will change colors when data reaches the given threshold. Colors may be overridden, but defaults shall be provided. @example thresholds={[{ value: 60, color: '#F0AB00' }, { value: 90, color: '#C9190B' }]}
titlestringThe title for the donut chart label
titleComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The label component to render the donut chart title. When centering both title and subTitle props, it's possible to override both styles via an array provided to ChartLabel. The first item in the array is associated with title styles, while the second item in the array is associated with subtitle styles. <pre> subTitle="Pets" title={100} titleComponent={ <ChartLabel style={[{ fill: 'red', // title color fontSize: 24 }, { fill: 'blue', // subtitle color fontSize: 14 }]} /> } </pre> In this case, both title and subTitle will be centered together. However, should you also override the subTitleComponent prop, title and subTitle will be centered independently. You may choose to use the x and y props of ChartLabel to adjust the center position. For example: <pre> subTitle="Pets" subTitleComponent={<ChartLabel y={130} />} title={100} titleComponent={<ChartLabel y={107} />} </pre> Note: Default label properties may be applied
widthnumbertheme.pie.widthSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)

ChartLegend

ChartLegend renders a chart legend component. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-legend/src/index.d.ts
*required
NameTypeDefaultDescription
borderComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The borderComponent prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering a border around the legend. The new element created from the passed borderComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by ChartLegend: x, y, width, height, and style. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a borderComponent is not provided, ChartLegend will use its default Border component. Please note that the default width and height calculated for the border component is based on approximated text measurements, and may need to be adjusted.
borderPaddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The borderPadding specifies the amount of padding that should be added between the legend items and the border. This prop may be given as a number, or asanobject with values specified for top, bottom, left, and right. Please note that the default width and height calculated for the border component is based on approximated text measurements, so padding may need to be adjusted.
centerTitlebooleanThe centerTitle boolean prop specifies whether a legend title should be centered.
colorScalestring[]The colorScale prop defines a color scale to be applied to each data symbol in ChartLegend. This prop should be given as an array of CSS colors, or as a string corresponding to one of the built in color scales. Colors will repeat when there are more symbols than colors in the provided colorScale.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartLegend: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartLegend will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
data{ name?: string; labels?: { fill?: string; }; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array.
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartPoint />The dataComponent prop takes a component instance which will be responsible for rendering a data element used to associate a symbol or color with each data series. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by ChartLegend: x, y, size, style, and symbol. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartLegend will use its default Point component.
eventKeynumber | string | Function | string[]ChartLegend uses the standard eventKey prop to specify how event targets are addressed. This prop is not commonly used.
eventsobject[]ChartLegend uses the standard events prop.
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartLegend uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
gutternumber | { left: number; right: number }The gutter prop defines the number of pixels between legend rows or columns, depending on orientation. When orientation is horizontal, gutters are between columns. When orientation is vertical, gutters are the space between rows.
itemsPerRownumberThe itemsPerRow prop determines how many items to render in each row of a horizontal legend, or in each column of a vertical legend. This prop should be given as an integer. When this prop is not given, legend items will be rendered in a single row or column.
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLabel />The labelComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render each legend label. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, style, and text. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with the props described above.
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
orientationstringThe orientation prop takes a string that defines whether legend data are displayed in a row or column. When orientation is "horizontal", legend items will be displayed in a single row. When orientation is "vertical", legend items will be displayed in a single column. Line and text-wrapping is not currently supported, so "vertical" orientation is both the default setting and recommended for displaying many series of data.
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
responsivebooleantrueThe responsive prop specifies whether the rendered container should be a responsive container with a viewBox attribute, or a static container with absolute width and height. Useful when legend is located inside a chart -- default is false. Note: Not compatible with containerComponent prop
rowGutternumber | { top: number, bottom: number }The rowGutter prop defines the number of pixels between legend rows. This prop may be given as a number, or as an object with values specified for “top” and “bottom” gutters. To set spacing between columns, use the gutter prop. @example { top: 0, bottom: 10 }
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartLegend with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ border: object, data: object, labels: object, parent: object, title: object }The style prop specifies styles for your pie. ChartLegend relies on Radium, so valid Radium style objects should work for this prop. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props. @example {data: {stroke: "black"}, label: {fontSize: 10}}
symbolSpacernumberThe symbolSpacer prop defines the number of pixels between data components and label components.
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartLegend as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartLegend. If you are wrapping ChartLegend in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
titlestring | string[]The title prop specifies a title to render with the legend. This prop should be given as a string, or an array of strings for multi-line titles.
titleComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLabel />The titleComponent prop takes a component instance which will be used to render a title for the component. The new element created from the passed label component will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, datum, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, style, text, and events. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with the props described above.
titleOrientationstringThe titleOrientation prop specifies where the title should be rendered in relation to the rest of the legend. Possible values for this prop are “top”, “bottom”, “left”, and “right”.
widthnumberSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into.
xnumberThe x and y props define the base position of the legend element.
ynumberThe x and y props define the base position of the legend element.

ChartLine

ChartLine renders a dataset as a single line path. Since ChartLine renders only a single element to represent a dataset rather than individual elements for each data point, some of its behavior is different from other Victory based components. Pay special attention to style and events props, and take advantage of ChartVoronoiContainer to enable tooltips. ChartLine can be composed with Chart to create line charts. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-line/src/victory-line.tsx
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartLine: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartLine will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows..." />
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create an area. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by ChartLine: a scale, style, events, interpolation, and an array of modified data objects (including x, y, and calculated y0 and y1). Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartLine will use its default Line component.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will cover. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your bar chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartLine events. Since ChartLine only renders a single element, the eventKey property is not used. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a line), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {stroke: "orange"})}; } }, { target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartLine uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
heightnumberThe height props specifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether data will be plotted horizontally. When this prop is set to true, the independent variable will be plotted on the y axis and the dependent variable will be plotted on the x axis.
interpolationstring | FunctionThe interpolation prop determines how data points should be connected when plotting a line. Polar area charts may use the following interpolation options: "basis", "cardinal", "catmullRom", "linear". Cartesian area charts may use the following interpolation options: "basis", "cardinal", "catmullRom", "linear", "monotoneX", "monotoneY", "natural", "step", "stepAfter", "stepBefore".
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartLine. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartLine with VictoryScatter
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is used to reference a component instance when defining shared events.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart or ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
samplesnumberThe samples prop specifies how many individual points to plot when plotting y as a function of x. Samples is ignored if x props are provided instead.
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
sortKeyDataGetterPropTypeUse the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartLine with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your ChartLine. Any valid inline style properties will be applied. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props, as they are used to calculate the alignment of components within chart. @example {data: {fill: "red"}, labels: {fontSize: 12}}
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartLine as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartLine. If you are wrapping ChartLine in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
widthnumberThe width props specifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container This value should be given as a number of pixels
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
y0number | string | Function | string[]Use y0 data accessor prop to determine how the component defines the baseline y0 data. This prop is useful for defining custom baselines for components like ChartLine. This prop may be given in a variety of formats. @example 'last_quarter_profit', () => 10, 1, 'employees.salary', ["employees", "salary"]

ChartGroup

ChartGroup is a wrapper component that renders a given set of children with some shared props. ChartGroup reconciles the domain and layout for all its children, and coordinates animations and shared events. ChartGroup may also be used to supply common data and styles to all its children. This is especially useful when adding markers to a line, or adding voronoi tooltips to data. ChartGroup may also be used to apply an offset to a group of children, as with grouped bar charts, or may be used to stack several components on the same level, e.g., stacked area charts with data markers. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-group/src/index.d.ts
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NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the desc prop of containerComponent
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the title prop of containerComponent
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
childrenReact.ReactNode | React.ReactNode[]The children to render with the chart
colorstringThe color prop is an optional prop that defines a single color to be applied to the children of ChartGroup. The color prop will override colors specified via colorScale.
colorScalestring[]The colorScale prop is an optional prop that defines the color scale the chart's bars will be created on. This prop should be given as an array of CSS colors, or as a string corresponding to one of the built in color scales. ChartGroup will automatically assign values from this color scale to the bars unless colors are explicitly provided in the `dataAttributes` prop.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartGroup: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartGroup will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows..." />
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will cover. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your bar chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartGroup events. Since ChartGroup only renders a single element, the eventKey property is not used. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. an area), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartGroup uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
hasPatternsboolean | boolean[]The hasPatterns prop is an optional prop that indicates whether a pattern is shown for a chart. SVG patterns are dynamically generated (unique to each chart) in order to apply colors from the selected color theme or custom color scale. Those generated patterns are applied in a specific order (via a URL), similar to the color theme ordering defined by PatternFly. If the multi-color theme was in use; for example, colorized patterns would be displayed in that same order. Create custom patterns via the patternScale prop. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example hasPatterns={ true } @example hasPatterns={[ true, true, false ]}
heightnumberThe height props specifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether data will be plotted horizontally. When this prop is set to true, the independent variable will be plotted on the y axis and the dependent variable will be plotted on the x axis.
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartGroup. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartGroup with VictoryScatter
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is used to reference a component instance when defining shared events.
offsetnumberThe offset prop determines the number of pixels each element in a group should be offset from its original position of the on the independent axis. In the case of groups of bars, this number should be equal to the width of the bar plus the desired spacing between bars.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
polarbooleanVictory components can pass a boolean polar prop to specify whether a label is part of a polar chart.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The range prop describes the dimensions over which data may be plotted. For cartesian coordinate systems, this corresponds to minimum and maximum svg coordinates in the x and y dimension. In polar coordinate systems this corresponds to a range of angles and radii. When this value is not given it will be calculated from the width, height, and padding, or from the startAngle and endAngle in the case of polar charts. All components in a given chart must share the same range, so setting this prop on children nested within Chart, ChartGroup will have no effect. This prop is usually not set manually. @example [low, high] | { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } Cartesian: range={{ x: [50, 250], y: [50, 250] }} Polar: range={{ x: [0, 360], y: [0, 250] }}
samplesnumberThe samples prop specifies how many individual points to plot when plotting y as a function of x. Samples is ignored if x props are provided instead.
scalestring | { x: string, y: string }The scale prop determines which scales your chart should use. This prop can be given as a string specifying a supported scale ("linear", "time", "log", "sqrt"), as a d3 scale function, or as an object with scales specified for x and y @example d3Scale.time(), {x: "linear", y: "log"}
singleQuadrantDomainPaddingboolean | { x?: boolean; y?: boolean }By default domainPadding is coerced to existing quadrants. This means that if a given domain only includes positive values, no amount of padding applied by domainPadding will result in a domain with negative values. This is the desired behavior in most cases. For users that need to apply padding without regard to quadrant, the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop may be used. This prop may be given as a boolean or an object with boolean values specified for "x" and/or "y". When this prop is false (or false for a given dimension), padding will be applied without regard to quadrant. If this prop is not specified, domainPadding will be coerced to existing quadrants. Note: The x value supplied to the singleQuadrantDomainPadding prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example singleQuadrantDomainPadding={false} singleQuadrantDomainPadding={{ x: false }}
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleanThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartGroup with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your ChartGroup. Any valid inline style properties will be applied. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props, as they are used to calculate the alignment of components within chart. @example {data: {fill: "red"}, labels: {fontSize: 12}}
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop specifies a theme to use for determining styles and layout properties for a component. Any styles or props defined in theme may be overwritten by props specified on the component instance.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
widthnumberThe width props specifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container This value should be given as a number of pixels
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
y0number | string | Function | string[]Use y0 data accessor prop to determine how the component defines the baseline y0 data. This prop is useful for defining custom baselines for components like ChartBar or ChartArea. This prop may be given in a variety of formats. @example 'last_quarter_profit', () => 10, 1, 'employees.salary', ["employees", "salary"]

ChartPie

ChartPie renders a dataset as a pie chart. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-pie/src/index.d.ts
*required
NameTypeDefaultDescription
allowTooltipbooleantrueSpecifies the tooltip capability of the container component. A value of true allows the chart to add a ChartTooltip component to the labelComponent property. This is a shortcut to display tooltips when the labels property is also provided.
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
ariaDescstringThe ariaDesc prop specifies the description of the chart/SVG to assist with accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the desc prop of containerComponent
ariaTitlestringThe ariaTitle prop specifies the title to be applied to the SVG to assist accessibility for screen readers. Note: Overridden by the title prop of containerComponent
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
colorScalestring[]The colorScale prop is an optional prop that defines the color scale the pie will be created on. This prop should be given as an array of CSS colors, or as a string corresponding to one of the built in color scales. ChartPie will automatically assign values from this color scale to the pie slices unless colors are explicitly provided in the data object
constrainToVisibleAreabooleanfalseThe constrainToVisibleArea prop determines whether to coerce tooltips so that they fit within the visible area of the chart. When this prop is set to true, tooltip pointers will still point to the correct data point, but the center of the tooltip will be shifted to fit within the overall width and height of the svg Victory renders.
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartPie: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartPie will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows ..." />
cornerRadiusnumber | FunctionSet the cornerRadius for every dataComponent (Slice by default) within ChartPie
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted, where data X-value is the slice label (string or number), and Y-value is the corresponding number value represented by the slice Data should be in the form of an array of data points. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire, HTML-complete data component which will be used to create slices for each datum in the pie chart. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will have the property datum set by the pie chart for the point it renders; properties style and pathFunction calculated by ChartPie; an index property set corresponding to the location of the datum in the data provided to the pie; events bound to the ChartPie; and the d3 compatible slice object. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartPie's Slice component will be used.
endAnglenumberThe overall end angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with startAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop takes an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartPie events. The eventKey may optionally be used to select a single element by index rather than an entire set. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a single bar), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventKey: 1, eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { eventKey: 2, mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {fill: "orange"})}; } }, { eventKey: 2, target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartPie uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
hasPatternsboolean | boolean[]The hasPatterns prop is an optional prop that indicates whether a pattern is shown for a chart. SVG patterns are dynamically generated (unique to each chart) in order to apply colors from the selected color theme or custom color scale. Those generated patterns are applied in a specific order (via a URL), similar to the color theme ordering defined by PatternFly. If the multi-color theme was in use; for example, colorized patterns would be displayed in that same order. Create custom patterns via the patternScale prop. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example hasPatterns={ true } @example hasPatterns={[ true, true, false ]}
heightnumbertheme.pie.heightSpecifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Note: When adding a legend, height (the overall SVG height) may need to be larger than pieHeight (the pie size) in order to accommodate the extra legend. By default, pieHeight is the min. of either height or width. This covers most use cases in order to accommodate legends within the same SVG. However, pieHeight (not height) may need to be set in order to adjust the pie height. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
innerRadiusnumber | FunctionWhen creating a donut chart, this prop determines the number of pixels between the center of the chart and the inner edge. When this prop is set to zero a regular pie chart is rendered.
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>allowTooltip ? ( <ChartTooltip constrainToVisibleArea={constrainToVisibleArea} theme={theme} /> ) : undefinedThe labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartPie. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartPie with VictoryScatter
labelPositionstring | FunctionThe labelPosition prop specifies the angular position of each label relative to its corresponding slice. This prop should be given as "startAngle", "endAngle", "centroid", or as a function that returns one of these values. When this prop is not given, the label will be positioned at the centroid of each slice.
labelRadiusnumber | FunctionThe labelRadius prop defines the radius of the arc that will be used for positioning each slice label. If this prop is not set, the label radius will default to the radius of the pie + label padding.
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
legendAllowWrapBetaboolean | ((extraHeight: number) => void)falseAllows legend items to wrap onto the next line if the chart is not wide enough. Note that the chart's SVG height and width are 100% by default, so it can be responsive itself. However, if you define the height and width of the chart's parent container, you must accommodate for extra legend height due to legend items wrapping onto the next line. When the height of the chart's parent container is too small, some legend items may not be visible. Alternatively, a callback function may be provided, which will be called after the legend's itemsPerRow property has been calculated. The value provided can be used to increase the chart's parent container height as legend items wrap onto the next line. If no adjustment is necessary, the value will be zero. Note: This is overridden by the legendItemsPerRow property
legendComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartLegend />The legend component to render with chart. Note: Use legendData so the legend width can be calculated and positioned properly. Default legend properties may be applied
legendData{ name?: string; symbol?: { fill?: string; type?: string; }; }[]Specify data via the data prop. ChartLegend expects data as an array of objects with name (required), symbol, and labels properties. The data prop must be given as an array. @example legendData={[{ name: `GBps capacity - 45%` }, { name: 'Unused' }]}
legendDirectionBeta'ltr' | 'rtl''ltr'Text direction of the legend labels.
legendOrientation'horizontal' | 'vertical'theme.legend.orientationThe orientation prop takes a string that defines whether legend data are displayed in a row or column. When orientation is "horizontal", legend items will be displayed in a single row. When orientation is "vertical", legend items will be displayed in a single column. Line and text-wrapping is not currently supported, so "vertical" orientation is both the default setting and recommended for displaying many series of data.
legendPosition'bottom' | 'right'ChartCommonStyles.legend.positionThe legend position relation to the pie chart. Valid values are 'bottom' and 'right' Note: When adding a legend, padding may need to be adjusted in order to accommodate the extra legend. In some cases, the legend may not be visible until enough padding is applied.
namestringThe name prop is typically used to reference a component instance when defining shared events. However, this optional prop may also be applied to child elements as an ID prefix. This is a workaround to ensure Victory based components output unique IDs when multiple charts appear in a page.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
padAnglenumber | FunctionThe padAngle prop determines the amount of separation between adjacent data slices in number of degrees
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
patternScalestring[]The patternScale prop is an optional prop that defines patterns to apply, where applicable. This prop should be given as a string array of pattern URLs. Patterns will be assigned to children by index and will repeat when there are more children than patterns in the provided patternScale. Use null to omit the pattern for a given index. Note: Not all components are supported; for example, ChartLine, ChartBullet, ChartThreshold, etc. @example patternScale={[ 'url("#pattern1")', 'url("#pattern2")', null ]}
radiusnumber | FunctionSpecifies the radius of the chart. If this property is not provided it is computed from width, height, and padding props
sortKeynumber | string | Function | string[]Use the sortKey prop to indicate how data should be sorted. This prop is given directly to the lodash sortBy function to be executed on the final dataset.
sortOrderstringThe sortOrder prop specifies whether sorted data should be returned in 'ascending' or 'descending' order.
standalonebooleantrueThe standalone prop determines whether the component will render a standalone svg or a <g> tag that will be included in an external svg. Set standalone to false to compose ChartPie with other components within an enclosing <svg> tag.
startAnglenumberThe overall start angle of the pie in degrees. This prop is used in conjunction with endAngle to create a pie that spans only a segment of a circle.
style{ parent: object, data: object, labels: object }The style prop specifies styles for your pie. ChartPie relies on Radium, so valid Radium style objects should work for this prop. Height, width, and padding should be specified via the height, width, and padding props. @example {data: {stroke: "black"}, label: {fontSize: 10}}
themeobjectgetTheme(themeColor)The theme prop takes a style object with nested data, labels, and parent objects. You can create this object yourself, or you can use a theme provided by When using ChartPie as a solo component, implement the theme directly on ChartPie. If you are wrapping ChartPie in ChartChart or ChartGroup, please call the theme on the outermost wrapper component instead.
themeColorstringSpecifies the theme color. Valid values are 'blue', 'green', 'multi', etc. Note: Not compatible with theme prop @example themeColor={ChartThemeColor.blue}
widthnumbertheme.pie.widthSpecifies the width of the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels. Because Victory renders responsive containers, the width and height props do not determine the width and height of the chart in number of pixels, but instead define an aspect ratio for the chart. The exact number of pixels will depend on the size of the container the chart is rendered into. Typically, the parent container is set to the same width in order to maintain the aspect ratio.
xnumber | string | Function | string[]The x prop specifies how to access the X value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'x', 'x.value.nested.1.thing', 'x[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)
ynumber | string | Function | string[]The y prop specifies how to access the Y value of each data point. If given as a function, it will be run on each data point, and returned value will be used. If given as an integer, it will be used as an array index for array-type data points. If given as a string, it will be used as a property key for object-type data points. If given as an array of strings, or a string containing dots or brackets, it will be used as a nested object property path (for details see Lodash docs for _.get). If `null` or `undefined`, the data value will be used as is (identity function/pass-through). @example 0, 'y', 'y.value.nested.1.thing', 'y[2].also.nested', null, d => Math.sin(d)

ChartScatter

ChartScatter renders a dataset as a series of points. ChartScatter can be composed with Chart to create scatter plots. See https://github.com/FormidableLabs/victory/blob/main/packages/victory-scatter/src/index.d.ts
*required
NameTypeDefaultDescription
animateboolean | objectThe animate prop specifies props for VictoryAnimation to use. The animate prop should also be used to specify enter and exit transition configurations with the `onExit` and `onEnter` namespaces respectively. @example {duration: 500, onExit: () => {}, onEnter: {duration: 500, before: () => ({y: 0})})}
bubblePropertystringThe bubbleProperty prop indicates which property of the data object should be used to scale data points in a bubble chart
categoriesstring[] | { x: string[], y: string[] }The categories prop specifies how categorical data for a chart should be ordered. This prop should be given as an array of string values, or an object with these arrays of values specified for x and y. If this prop is not set, categorical data will be plotted in the order it was given in the data array @example ["dogs", "cats", "mice"]
containerComponentReact.ReactElement<any><ChartContainer />The containerComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create a container element for standalone charts. The new element created from the passed containerComponent wil be provided with these props from ChartScatter: height, width, children (the chart itself) and style. Props that are not provided by the child chart component include title and desc, both of which are intended to add accessibility to Victory components. The more descriptive these props are, the more accessible your data will be for people using screen readers. Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartScatter will use the default ChartContainer component. @example <ChartContainer title="Chart of Dog Breeds" desc="This chart shows..." />
dataany[]The data prop specifies the data to be plotted. Data should be in the form of an array of data points, or an array of arrays of data points for multiple datasets. Each data point may be any format you wish (depending on the `x` and `y` accessor props), but by default, an object with x and y properties is expected. @example [{x: 1, y: 2}, {x: 2, y: 3}], [[1, 2], [2, 3]], [[{x: "a", y: 1}, {x: "b", y: 2}], [{x: "a", y: 2}, {x: "b", y: 3}]]
dataComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The dataComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create an area. The new element created from the passed dataComponent will be provided with the following properties calculated by ChartScatter: a scale, style, events, interpolation, and an array of modified data objects (including x, y, and calculated y0 and y1). Any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If a dataComponent is not provided, ChartScatter will use its default Line component.
domainnumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domain prop describes the range of values your chart will cover. This prop can be given as a array of the minimum and maximum expected values for your bar chart, or as an object that specifies separate arrays for x and y. If this prop is not provided, a domain will be calculated from data, or other available information. @example [low, high], { x: [low, high], y: [low, high] } [-1, 1], {x: [0, 100], y: [0, 1]}
domainPaddingnumber | number[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }The domainPadding prop specifies a number of pixels of padding to add to the beginning and end of a domain. This prop is useful for explicitly spacing ticks farther from the origin to prevent crowding. This prop should be given as an object with numbers specified for x and y. @example [left, right], { x: [left, right], y: [bottom, top] } {x: [10, -10], y: 5}
eventKeynumber | string | FunctionSimilar to data accessor props `x` and `y`, this prop may be used to functionally assign eventKeys to data
eventsobject[]The event prop take an array of event objects. Event objects are composed of a target, an eventKey, and eventHandlers. Targets may be any valid style namespace for a given component, so "data" and "labels" are all valid targets for ChartScatter events. Since ChartScatter only renders a single element, the eventKey property is not used. The eventHandlers object should be given as an object whose keys are standard event names (i.e. onClick) and whose values are event callbacks. The return value of an event handler is used to modify elemnts. The return value should be given as an object or an array of objects with optional target and eventKey keys, and a mutation key whose value is a function. The target and eventKey keys will default to those corresponding to the element the event handler was attached to. The mutation function will be called with the calculated props for the individual selected element (i.e. a line), and the object returned from the mutation function will override the props of the selected element via object assignment. @example events={[ { target: "data", eventHandlers: { onClick: () => { return [ { mutation: (props) => { return {style: merge({}, props.style, {stroke: "orange"})}; } }, { target: "labels", mutation: () => { return {text: "hey"}; } } ]; } } } ]}
externalEventMutationsobject[]ChartScatter uses the standard externalEventMutations prop.
groupComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The groupComponent prop takes an entire component which will be used to create group elements for use within container elements. This prop defaults to a <g> tag on web, and a react-native-svg <G> tag on mobile
heightnumberThe height props specifies the height the svg viewBox of the chart container. This value should be given as a number of pixels
horizontalbooleanThe horizontal prop determines whether data will be plotted horizontally. When this prop is set to true, the independent variable will be plotted on the y axis and the dependent variable will be plotted on the x axis.
labelComponentReact.ReactElement<any>The labelComponent prop takes in an entire label component which will be used to create a label for the area. The new element created from the passed labelComponent will be supplied with the following properties: x, y, index, data, verticalAnchor, textAnchor, angle, style, text, and events. any of these props may be overridden by passing in props to the supplied component, or modified or ignored within the custom component itself. If labelComponent is omitted, a new ChartLabel will be created with props described above. This labelComponent prop should be used to provide a series label for ChartScatter. If individual labels are required for each data point, they should be created by composing ChartScatter with VictoryScatter
labelsstring[] | number[] | ((data: any) => string | number | null)The labels prop defines labels that will appear above each bar in your chart. This prop should be given as an array of values or as a function of data. If given as an array, the number of elements in the array should be equal to the length of the data array. Labels may also be added directly to the data object like data={[{x: 1, y: 1, label: "first"}]}. @example ["spring", "summer", "fall", "winter"], (datum) => datum.title
maxBubbleSizenumberThe maxBubbleSize prop sets an upper limit for scaling data points in a bubble chart
maxDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The maxDomain prop defines a maximum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the maximum domain of a chart is static, while the minimum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to maximumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the maxDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example maxDomain={0} maxDomain={{ y: 0 }}
minBubbleSizenumberThe minBubbleSize prop sets a lower limit for scaling data points in a bubble chart
minDomainnumber | { x?: number; y?: number }The minDomain prop defines a minimum domain value for a chart. This prop is useful in situations where the minimum domain of a chart is static, while the maximum value depends on data or other variable information. If the domain prop is set in addition to minimumDomain, domain will be used. Note: The x value supplied to the minDomain prop refers to the independent variable, and the y value refers to the dependent variable. This may cause confusion in horizontal charts, as the independent variable will corresponds to the y axis. @example minDomain={0} minDomain={{ y: 0 }}
namestringThe name prop is used to reference a component instance when defining shared events.
origin{ x: number, y: number }Victory components will pass an origin prop is to define the center point in svg coordinates for polar charts. Note: It will not typically be necessary to set an origin prop manually
paddingnumber | { top: number, bottom: number, left: number, right: number }The padding props specifies the amount of padding in number of pixels between the edge of the chart and any rendered child components. This prop can be given as a number or as an object with padding specified for top, bottom, left and right.
rangenumber[] | { x: number[], y: number[] }