Line chart race

An animated line or “bump” chart to show changing rank over time

Updated 2 months ago to v16.1.0 by Flourish team

How to use this template

What's it for?

Use this template to visualize the changing fortunes of people or groups in competition with each other, like political candidates or football teams. Choose between two modes: “Scores”, a line chart which plots the data’s raw values, and “Ranks”, a bump chart which plots rankings.

How to get started

  1. The first thing you need is a CSV or Excel file of your data.
  2. You need to make sure that there’s a row for each participant in the race – like a candidate or a football team. Use the first column to populate with the participants’ names. Each other column is a “stage” of the race – like a specific date, week or years.
  3. Here's an example:
    name Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
    Lance Armstrong 0 4 7
    Chris Hoyle 0 3 6

Not sure how to upload your data to Flourish? See our handy guide

FAQ

How do I add an image for each competitor? Under the Data tab, in the “Select columns to visualise” panel, there’s an “Image column”. Assign this to a column in your data table which contains image URLs. Then switch to the Preview view, and to the right, on the Settings panel, under “Circle styles”, make sure the setting for “Show image in circle” is set to "On".

How do I show ranks? There are two different ways to do this. The first one is to go “Controls” on the Settings panel and make sure that “Ranks/scores toggle” is "visible". This will ensure that whoever’s viewing your chart can always toggle between rank and score using the switcher to the right of the Replay button in the top left corner. The second way to show ranks is to "hide" that “Ranks/scores toggle” and lock the view on rank by going to “Scoring type” on the Settings panel and changing the first option to “Ranks”.

How do I make the stages of the race different widths? There isn’t a setting to do this yet, but you can hack it by adding blank columns in the middle of your data. Say, for example, you have a dataset that includes data points for January, February, March and May. You may want to make that March stage of the chart twice as long as the other three. In the Data tab, add a blank column to the right of March. Make sure you also adjust the “Score columns”, on the “Select columns to visualise” panel to now include all five columns. Then switch to the Preview view and select “Line styles” on the Settings panel. Set “Lines between missing data points” to be "On" and adjust the settings to match the styling of the existing line.

Tips

  • In the settings panel, you can decide whether to show scores or ranks, or to reveal buttons to let the viewer see both.
  • In the Flourish story editor, try clicking on the axis labels to show different stages of the race in different slides.

Examples

Credits

Created by the Flourish team, inspired by Google News Lab. Want to see additional features? Let us know at support@flourish.studio. Developers can also submit a pull request.

This section documents API usage specific to this template, so for an introduction we suggest you refer to the generic API documentation instead.

template: @flourish/horserace

version: 16

Template data

There are three different formats in which you can supply data to this template. The most convenient for you to use likely depends on the source of your data, as described below.

1. Array of arrays, and a bindings object

You can supply arrays of arrays to opts.data, which might look like:

{
    data: {
        horserace: [
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value1", "HorseraceColumn2Value1",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value2", "HorseraceColumn2Value2",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value3", "HorseraceColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value1", "CaptionsColumn2Value1",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value2", "CaptionsColumn2Value2",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value3", "CaptionsColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ]
    }
}

where each array of arrays represents the rows in a data sheet.

To tell the API how the values from each column should be associated with the keys that the template is expecting, you must also supply an object attached to opts.bindings. (The meanings of the keys in the bindings object are documented below.) The minimal bindings you can supply for this template are as shown in this example:

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    bindings: {
        horserace: {
            name: 0, // index of a column in your data
        },
        captions: {
            
        }
    },
    data: {
        horserace: [
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value1", "HorseraceColumn2Value1",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value2", "HorseraceColumn2Value2",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value3", "HorseraceColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value1", "CaptionsColumn2Value1",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value2", "CaptionsColumn2Value2",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value3", "CaptionsColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ]
    }
}

All possible bindings that you can supply are shown in this example:

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    bindings: {
        horserace: {
            name: 0, // index of a column in your data
            stages: [1, 2, ...], // index(es) of column(s) in your data
            category: 3, // index of a column in your data
            pic: 4, // index of a column in your data
            filter: 5, // index of a column in your data
        },
        captions: {
            from: 0, // index of a column in your data
            to: 1, // index of a column in your data
            text: 2, // index of a column in your data
            image: 3, // index of a column in your data
        }
    },
    data: {
        horserace: [
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value1", "HorseraceColumn2Value1",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value2", "HorseraceColumn2Value2",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value3", "HorseraceColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value1", "CaptionsColumn2Value1",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value2", "CaptionsColumn2Value2",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value3", "CaptionsColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ]
    }
}

2. Array of objects with arbitrary keys, and a bindings object

This format is most likely useful when you have data from an external source, such as CSV data loaded from d3-dsv. You should supply this attached to the opts.data, which might look like:

{
        horserace: [
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ]
    }

... but with the keys being the column headers from your source data instead. You must also supply an object attached to opts.bindings. The minimal bindings you can supply for this template are as shown in this example:

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    bindings: {
        horserace: {
            name: "HorseraceHeader1",
        },
        captions: {
            
        }
    },
    data: {
        horserace: [
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ]
    }
}

All possible bindings that you can supply are shown in this example:

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    bindings: {
        horserace: {
            name: "HorseraceHeader1",
            stages: ["HorseraceHeader2", "HorseraceHeader3", ...],
            category: "HorseraceHeader4",
            pic: "HorseraceHeader5",
            filter: "HorseraceHeader6",
        },
        captions: {
            from: "CaptionsHeader1",
            to: "CaptionsHeader2",
            text: "CaptionsHeader3",
            image: "CaptionsHeader4",
        }
    },
    data: {
        horserace: [
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ]
    }
}

(As before, the keys containing "Header" would be replaced by column names from your data source.)

3. Array of objects with template-defined keys

There is an alternative format you can use, which is likely to be easier to use if your data is not from a spreadsheet source. With this alternative format you supply your data to the template as an array of objects, attached to opts.data, where the keys must be those used by the template, as documented below. In this case there is no need to supply a bindings object, since the key names are already those expected by the template. The required properties in the data object are as follows (scroll down for a description of what each property is):

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    data: {
    horserace: [
        {
            name: ...,
            stages: [...]
        },
        ...
    ]
},
    ...
}

And the full list of all possible properties is as follows:

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    data: {
    horserace: [
        {
            name: ...,
            stages: [...],
            category: ...,
            pic: ...,
            filter: ...
        },
        ...
    ],
    captions: [
        {
            from: ...,
            to: ...,
            text: ...,
            image: ...
        },
        ...
    ]
},
    ...
}

Meanings of the template data keys:

  • horserace.name: The name of each entrant string
  • horserace.stages: Raw scores, which will be automatically converted to ranks. Column names will be used to populate the x-axis of the chart. number
  • horserace.category: Select a column to color the lines by. If omitted, colors will be assigned per name. string
  • horserace.pic: The URL of the image to use string
  • horserace.filter: Hide/show entrants based on the values in this column. string, number, datetime
  • captions.from: Must match the column headers in the main data sheet string
  • captions.to: Must match the column headers in the main data sheet string
  • captions.text: Text or HTML to show string
  • captions.image: Image to show string

Template metadata

Note: metadata is optional, and the API will interpret your data for you if you do not specify it. A typical example of when specifying metadata can be useful is when column(s) in your data contain numbers or dates that you wish to format visually (e.g. to display a column containing MM/DD/YYYY dates in DD/MM/YYYY format).

This template supports an optional metadata property. metadata informs the template what type of data is in each of your columns, and how that data should be formatted visually.

You can specify metadata in one of three formats, depending on the format of opts.data.

1. Array of objects with column indexes as keys

You should supply metadata in this format when opts.data is in the previously described 'array of arrays' format. In this case, metadata should be an object with column index: column type object key/value pairs (column type objects must have type, type_id, and output_format_id keys, documented below):

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    ...
    data: {
        horserace: [
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value1", "HorseraceColumn2Value1",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value2", "HorseraceColumn2Value2",
            [ "HorseraceColumn1Value3", "HorseraceColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value1", "CaptionsColumn2Value1",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value2", "CaptionsColumn2Value2",
            [ "CaptionsColumn1Value3", "CaptionsColumn2Value3",
            ...
        ]
    },
    metadata: {
        horserace: {
            0: { type: ..., type_id: ..., output_format_id: ... },
            1: { type: ..., type_id: ..., output_format_id: ... },
        }
    },
    ...
}

2. Array of objects with column headers as keys

You should supply metadata in this format when opts.data is in the previously described 'array of objects with arbitrary keys' format. In this case, metadata should be an object with column header: column type object key/value pairs (column type objects must have type, type_id, and output_format_id keys, documented below):

{
    template: "@flourish/horserace",
    version: "16",
    data: {
        horserace: [
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "HorseraceHeader1": ..., "HorseraceHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ],
        captions: [
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            { "CaptionsHeader1": ..., "CaptionsHeader2": ..., ... },
            ...
        ]
    },
    metadata: {
        horserace: {
            "HorseraceHeader1": { type: ..., type_id: ..., output_format_id: ... },
            "HorseraceHeader2": { type: ..., type_id: ..., output_format_id: ... },
        }
    },
    ...
}

Column type objects:

Column type objects tell the API what type of data is in a column:

{
    type: "number", // options also include 'string', and 'datetime'
    type_id: "number$comma_point", // numbers in the format 13,429.17
    output_format_id: "number$space_comma", // numbers in the format 13 429,17
}

For more information on valid column type values, see Recognized Type Formats.

Template settings

Options for opts.state.

View

play_mode string

Play mode. In All mode, the entire X axis is visible
In Zoomed mode, the X axis is only visible for a specified amount of time slice
In Reveal mode, the X axis is visible from start until the current time slice

Allowed values:

  • all (All)
  • zoom (Zoomed)
  • reveal (Reveal)

zoom_steps_to_show number

Visible stages. The number of time slices (each of which is column of data) to show on the X axis.
When in Zoom mode, these time slices are shown to the left and right of the current time.
In Reveal mode, these time slice are shown at the beginning.

(Value is ignored if the number specified is greater than the number of stages in the data.)

Min: 1

Max: 20

Scoring type

value_type string

Chart mode to show on load.

Allowed values:

  • ranks (Ranks)
  • scores (Scores)

higher_scores_win boolean

Data type. Useful for data where lower scores beat higher scores – e.g. race times

Allowed values:

  • true (Higher scores win)
  • false (Higher scores lose)

ties_mode string

Rank ties mode. What rank ranks should be given when there are ties? See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranking for explanation of names.

Allowed values:

  • competition (Competition)
  • dense (Dense)

Chart sizing

height_mode string

Height mode. In "Fill space" mode, the lines will be spread out over the available chart height, which by default will be the standard Flourish chart sizes for any given screen width. In this mode the circles/images might overlap if you have lots of lines. "Match data" mode will resize the embedded graphic so there is enough vertical space to avoid overlaps. (Note this won't have any effect if you embed the graphic as a fixed height.) "Auto" switches between the two modes depending on the number of lines.

Allowed values:

  • auto (Auto)
  • fixed (Fill space)
  • flexible (Match data)

padding_top number

Top.

padding_right number

Right.

padding_bottom number

Bottom.

padding_left number

Left (mobile).

Controls

show_buttons boolean

Ranks/scores toggle.

Allowed values:

  • true (Visible)
  • false (Hidden)

show_replay boolean

Replay button.

Allowed values:

  • true (Visible)
  • false (Hidden)

filter_control.control_type string

Control type. Choose between a dropdown, buttons or a time slider.

Allowed values:

  • dropdown (data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAC0AAAAKCAYAAAFXtOeCAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAADhlWElmTU0AKgAAAAgAAYdpAAQAAAABAAAAGgAAAAAAAqACAAQAAAABAAAALaADAAQAAAABAAAACgAAAAAWgdR+AAAAtklEQVQ4EdVV3QnEIAw25TbSB2foNI7iMu0MbuUR4ZOQy4OFCL2AmN8vMQallNLVez+DosNSsg/FGLtyDkR0H1rJMqOMiJxz4KWp1jpUsLNsptCBkD/MlFIgzx3IsD9GflTGTLvImN1ajP1x043dVrlr1fIY4xZZYd2kdATfWgu8NCEedtdWcJ+R1BVYnmIbsEzizW8bDO9CJd4cOijxCEH22DGIq1iyBiv2P8eDP4jVDrzE7/oCOyRFCckULykAAAAASUVORK5CYII=)
  • buttons (data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAACsAAAAKCAYAAAFaqpfFAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAADhlWElmTU0AKgAAAAgAAYdpAAQAAAABAAAAGgAAAAAAAqACAAQAAAABAAAAK6ADAAQAAAABAAAACgAAAACxtWN2AAAA5klEQVQ4EdVUwQ2DMAwkqBuFBzO0y2QUlqEz5AEzpTrUiyzLEEPbRy2F2D7n4tgWYRiGuZRy75T0lhMxIcZYoKzrWvUeDi0VTSlt2DRN9dQ4jh0WBP4avHneH3kF/SGE5w0GWXPOHRaFfrDiEW5mEJjBZJY7UoPNakjM0s0KWYFnfa6MUbRlWR573daXurLlhHDXJNreugan7D2D0K09YUeJy467no+D1iyRUO+u5+tDLdudaYuIOEcQtncMeba1/6QCrUuv4nWwJIE1ZBKHLgdJY0f2J9z/NQb4cRxV4iQ2y/hvc78ACNVvxtjAMtcAAAAASUVORK5CYII=)
  • slider (data:image/png;base64,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)

filter_control.control_styles boolean

Adv..

filter_control.control_title string

Control title.

filter_control.button_group boolean

Grouped.

Allowed values:

  • true (On)
  • false (Off)

filter_control.button_group_width_mode string

Button group width.

Allowed values:

  • auto (Auto)
  • full (Full)
  • fixed (Fixed)

filter_control.button_group_width_fixed number

Width.

Max: 100

filter_control.dropdown_width_mode string

Dropdown width.

Allowed values:

  • auto (Auto)
  • full (Full)
  • fixed (Fixed)

filter_control.dropdown_width_fixed number

Width.

Max: 100

filter_control.slider_background_color color

Background.

filter_control.slider_font_color color

Text.

filter_control.slider_handle_color color

Handle.

filter_control.slider_width number

Width.

Max: 100

filter_control.slider_margin number

Label width.

Max: 50

filter_control.slider_handle_height number

Height.

Max: 10

filter_control.slider_track_height number

Track height.

Max: 10

filter_control.slider_play_button boolean

Play button.

filter_control.slider_loop boolean

Loop.

filter_control.slider_step_time number

Time between steps. Measured in seconds, positive values move the slider left to right, negative values move the slider right to left.

Min: -100

Max: 100

filter_control.slider_restart_pause number

Pause before loop. Measured in seconds and in addition to the regular step time displayed above.

Max: 100

filter_control.sort boolean

Sorting.

Allowed values:

  • true (On)
  • false (Off)

filter_include_all boolean

Include “All” option.

label_ranks string

“Ranks”.

label_scores string

“Scores”.

label_replay string

“Replay”.

filter_all_label string

“All”.

controls_style.font_size number

Text size.

Max: 5

controls_style.font_weight string

Text weight.

Allowed values:

  • bold (Bold)
  • normal (Normal)

controls_style.height number

Height.

Max: 5

button_style.background color

Background.

button_style.background_selected color

Selected.

button_style.background_hover color

Mouse over.

button_style.font_color color

Text color.

button_style.font_color_selected color

Selected.

button_style.font_color_hover color

Mouse over.

button_style.button_styles_advanced boolean

Button border styles.

button_style.border_width number

Border width.

Max: 20

button_style.border_color color

Color.

button_style.border_transparency number

Transparency.

Max: 1

button_style.border_radius number

Radius.

Max: 100

Background.

Text color.

Dropdown border styles.

Border style. Show border on all sides, or only at the bottom

Allowed values:

  • all (All sides)
  • bottom (Bottom)

Border width.

Max: 20

Color.

Transparency.

Max: 1

Radius.

Max: 100

Colors

color_mode string

Color mode. Whether to color by category (if you have a category column set in the Data tab), by each individual line, or give every line the same color

Allowed values:

  • category (By category)
  • line (By line)
  • single (Single)

color.categorical_palette colors

Palette.

color.categorical_extend boolean

Extend. Automatically generate additional colours when needed to avoid the palette colours being used more than once

color.categorical_custom_palette text

Custom overrides. Enter the label name for which you wish to set the color, followed by a colon and the desired color value.

Colors can be set using Hex, RGB, color names or RGBA, if you want to set the opacity. Multiple colors can be set using multiple lines. For example:


Party 1: red
Party 2: #4455AA
Party 3: rgb(30,168,26)

color.numeric_type string

Scale type.

Allowed values:

  • sequential (Sequential)
  • diverging (Diverging)

color.binning boolean

In linear mode, the color scale will run as a smooth gradient between 2 colors. In binned mode, the gradient will be divided in smaller blocks.

Allowed values:

  • false (Linear)
  • true (Binned)

color.bin_mode string

Binning mode.

Allowed values:

  • fixed (Fixed width)
  • quantile (Quantile)
  • custom (Custom thresholds)

color.bin_count number

Number of bins.

color.bin_thresholds string

Custom thresholds. Enter your desired thresholds, separating them with a ";". For instance, "5;10;15".

Bins form as follows:

  • From the data's minimum value (domain minimum) up to the first threshold.
  • Between consecutive thresholds.
  • From the last threshold to the data's maximum value (domain maximum).

    • For "5;10;15", you'll get four bins based on your data's range.

      color.sequential_palette string

      Palette.

      Allowed values:

      • Oranges (Oranges)
      • Reds (Reds)
      • Blues (Blues)
      • Greens (Greens)
      • Greys (Greys)
      • Purples (Purples)
      • Viridis (Viridis)
      • Inferno (Inferno)
      • Magma (Magma)
      • Plasma (Plasma)
      • Warm (Warm)
      • Cool (Cool)
      • CubehelixDefault (Cubehelix)
      • BuGn (Blue/Green)
      • BuPu (Blue/Purple)
      • GnBu (Green/Blue)
      • OrRd (Orange/Red)
      • PuBuGn (Purple/Blue/Green)
      • PuBu (Purple/Blue)
      • PuRd (Purple/Red)
      • RdPu (Red/Purple)
      • YlGnBu (Yellow/Blue/Green)
      • YlGn (Yellow/Green)
      • YlOrBr (Yellow/Orange/Brown)
      • YlOrRd (Yellow/Orange/Red)
      • Carrots
      • Custom

      color.sequential_reverse boolean

      Reverse.

      color.sequential_custom_min color

      Minimum color.

      color.sequential_custom_max color

      Maximum color.

      color.sequential_color_space string

      Color space.

      Allowed values:

      • rgb (RGB)
      • lab (LAB)
      • hcl (HCL)
      • hsl (HSL)

      color.sequential_custom_domain boolean

      Domain.

      Allowed values:

      • false (Auto)
      • true (Custom)

      color.sequential_domain_min number

      Min.

      color.sequential_domain_max number

      Max.

      color.diverging_palette string

      Palette.

      Allowed values:

      • RdBu (Red/Blue)
      • RdYlGn (Red/Yellow/Green)
      • PiYG (Pink/Yellow/Green)
      • BrBG (Brown/Blue/Green)
      • PRGn (Purple/Red/Green)
      • PuOr (Purple/Orange)
      • RdGy (Red/Grey)
      • RdYlBu (Red/Yellow/Blue)
      • Spectral (Spectral)
      • Custom

      color.diverging_reverse boolean

      Reverse.

      color.diverging_custom_min color

      Minimum color.

      color.diverging_custom_mid color

      Midpoint color.

      color.diverging_custom_max color

      Maximum color.

      color.diverging_color_space string

      Color space.

      Allowed values:

      • rgb (RGB)
      • lab (LAB)
      • hcl (HCL)
      • hsl (HSL)

      color.diverging_custom_domain boolean

      Domain.

      Allowed values:

      • false (Auto)
      • true (Custom)

      color.diverging_domain_min number

      Min.

      color.diverging_domain_mid number

      Mid.

      color.diverging_domain_max number

      Max.

      color_single color

      Single color.

      color_single_overrides text

      Color overrides. Type the label of the bar whose color you want to set, a colon and then a color (using a name, hex-code or rgb declaration). Multiple colors can be set using multiple lines. For example:


      China: red
      India: #4455AA
      Brazil: rgb(30,168,26)

      Line styles

      line_width number

      Line width.

      line_opacity number

      Opacity.

      Max: 1

      curve string

      Curve.

      Allowed values:

      • curveLinear (Straight)
      • curveMonotoneX (Normal curve)
      • curveNatural (Overflowing curve)
      • curveStep (Step middle)
      • curveStepAfter (Step after)
      • curveStepBefore (Step before)

      shade boolean

      Shading behind line.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      shade_width number

      Width. Width in pixels

      shade_opacity number

      Opacity. Set to a value between 0 and 1

      Max: 1

      missing boolean

      Lines between missing data points.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      missing_opacity number

      Opacity.

      Max: 1

      missing_width number

      Width.

      missing_stroke_dash number

      Stroke dash.

      Circle styles

      start_circle_r number

      Start radius.

      end_circle_r number

      End radius.

      end_circle_stroke number

      End stroke.

      circle_space_between number

      Space between. Minimum space between the circles. The space is ignored when the chart is set to fill available space

      end_circle_stroke_bg boolean

      Stroke color.

      Allowed values:

      • true (Background)
      • false (Line)

      horse_images boolean

      Image inside circle.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      Label styles

      show_labels string

      Show labels.

      Allowed values:

      • always (Always)
      • hover (On hover)
      • never (Never)

      animate_scores boolean

      Animate scores.

      rank_outside_picture boolean

      Value label position.

      Allowed values:

      • false (Inside)
      • true (Outside)

      label_divider string

      Divider. The character between label and value

      rank_inside_color color

      Color.

      labels.max_width number

      Max label width. The maximum allowed label width

      labels.overlap_mode string

      Overlaps. What to do with overlaps

      Allowed values:

      • spread (Spread them out)
      • hide (Hide them)
      • none (Do nothing)

      labels.spreading_margin number

      Space between labels. The space left between labels when spreading them out to avoid overlaps

      labels.data_point_margin number

      Distance. The space between the data point and the label in rems (a multiple of base font size)

      labels.show_only_labels text

      Show only certain labels. Manually specify which labels you'd like to display (one entry per line that should match entries in the Labels column)

      labels.text_color color

      Color.

      labels.text_size number

      Size.

      Max: 100

      labels.text_bg_color color

      Outline.

      labels.text_bg_size number

      Outline width. As a % of the font size

      Max: 100

      labels.text_line_height number

      Line height.

      labels.text_max_lines number

      Max lines. The max number of lines for each label

      labels.text_weight string

      Weight.

      Predefined values:

      • 400 (Normal)
      • 700 (Bold)

      labels.lines string

      Connector lines.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • on (On)
      • off (Off)

      labels.line_style string

      Line style.

      Allowed values:

      • straight (Straight)
      • step (Step)

      labels.line_color color

      Color.

      labels.line_width number

      Width. In rems (a multiple of base font size)

      Max: 0.5

      labels.line_range number

      Length. The width of the space given over to lines; in rems, a multiple of base font size

      labels.line_padding number

      Padding. The padding to the left and right of the line; in rems, a multiple of base font size

      X axis

      x.axis_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • bottom (Bottom)
      • float-below (Float ↓)
      • float-above (Float ↑)
      • top (Top)
      • off (Hidden)

      x.y_axis_position string

      Y value. Vertical position of the X axis on the Y scale

      x.numeric_scale_type string

      Type.

      Allowed values:

      • linear (Linear)
      • log (Log)

      x.linear_min number

      Min.

      x.linear_max number

      Max.

      x.log_min number

      Min.

      x.log_max number

      Max.

      x.datetime_min string

      Min (date).

      x.datetime_max string

      Max (date).

      x.flip boolean

      Flip axis.

      x.show_scale_settings boolean

      Configure default min/max.

      x.nice boolean

      Round min/max. Enabling this option rounds the X axis start and end values to <a href="https://help.flourish.studio/article/224-how-to-avoid-gaps-between-axes-and-series>tidy numbers, such as 0, 50, 100 or whole years. Specified min and max values will override this feature.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      x.zero_axis string

      Include zero. Enable to extend the axis to include zero, even when data is all positive or all negative. This is ignored if you set specific min and max scale values.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • on (On)
      • off (Off)

      x.title_mode string

      Type.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • custom (Custom)

      x.title string

      Text.

      x.title_styling boolean

      Styling.

      x.title_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      x.title_color color

      Color.

      x.title_size number

      Size.

      x.title_padding number

      Padding.

      x.tick_label_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • default (Default)
      • left (Left)
      • right (Right)

      x.tick_label_styling boolean

      Styling.

      x.tick_label_size number

      Size.

      x.tick_label_color color

      Color.

      x.tick_padding number

      Padding.

      x.tick_label_angle string

      Angle.

      Allowed values:

      • 0 (0°)
      • 30 (30°)
      • 45 (45°)
      • 60 (60°)
      • 90 (90°)

      x.tick_label_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      x.tick_label_max_lines number

      Max lines.

      Min: 1

      x.tick_label_line_height number

      Line height.

      x.tick_label_space_mode string

      Space mode.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • max (Max)
      • fixed (Fixed)

      x.tick_label_space number

      Space.

      x.tick_mode string

      Mode. Sets the method for selecting tick values on the axis:

      Auto automatically selects the ticks
      Number allows you to choose the number of ticks to display.
      Custom lets you select specific ticks to show.

      Note: If the axis is categorical, Number mode is ignored.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • number (Number)
      • custom (Custom)

      x.tick_number number

      Number. Approximate number of ticks or gridlines. The actual number will depend on the range of values, chart size, etc.

      x.tick_custom text

      One tick label per line. Specify the ticks to show, one per line. For dates, use the input format as specified in the datasheet.

      You can also use {{FIRST}} and {{LAST}} to add ticks at the minimum and maximum of the axis. For example:

      {{FIRST}}
      25000
      50000
      75000
      {{LAST}}

      x.line_and_tick_color color

      Line color.

      x.line_and_tick_width number

      Line width.

      x.tick_length number

      Tick length.

      x.tick_side string

      Tick side.

      Allowed values:

      • out (Out)
      • in (In)

      x.line_visible boolean

      Axis line.

      x.edge_padding number

      Edge padding (%). Space between start/end of axis line and first/last category tick as a percentage of the spacing between ticks

      Max: 100

      x.gridlines_visible boolean

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      x.gridlines_styling boolean

      Styling.

      x.gridline_color color

      Color.

      x.gridline_style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dash (Dashed)
      • dot (Dotted)
      • dot_dash (Dot-dashed)

      x.gridline_width number

      Width.

      x.gridline_category_dividers boolean

      Put lines between categories. On a categorical axis, this option disables the gridline on each tick and instead adds rules between each category to give a table-like design.

      x.gridline_category_dividers_extend boolean

      Extend. Extends the dividers into the axis margins.

      Y axis

      y.axis_visible boolean

      Allowed values:

      • true (Axis visible)
      • false (Axis hidden)

      y.numeric_scale_type string

      Type.

      Allowed values:

      • linear (Linear)
      • log (Log)

      y.linear_min number

      Min.

      y.linear_max number

      Max.

      y.log_min number

      Min.

      y.log_max number

      Max.

      y.datetime_min string

      Min (date).

      y.datetime_max string

      Max (date).

      y.flip boolean

      Flip axis.

      y.show_scale_settings boolean

      Configure default min/max.

      y.nice boolean

      Round min/max. When enabled, scales automatically extend to "nice" rounded start/end values, such as hundreds or whole years.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      y.zero_axis string

      Include zero. Whether to extend the axis to include zero if the data values are all positive or all negative.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • on (On)
      • off (Off)

      y.title_mode string

      Type.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • custom (Custom)

      y.title string

      Text.

      y.title_styling boolean

      Styling.

      y.title_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • side (Side)
      • end (Top/bottom)

      y.title_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      y.title_color color

      Color.

      y.title_size number

      Size.

      y.title_padding number

      Padding.

      y.tick_label_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • default (Default)
      • above (Above)
      • below (Below)

      y.tick_label_styling boolean

      Styling.

      y.tick_label_size number

      Size.

      y.tick_label_color color

      Color.

      y.tick_padding number

      Padding.

      y.tick_label_angle string

      Angle.

      Allowed values:

      • 0 (0°)
      • 30 (30°)
      • 45 (45°)
      • 60 (60°)
      • 90 (90°)

      y.tick_label_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      y.tick_label_max_lines number

      Max lines.

      Min: 1

      y.tick_label_line_height number

      Line height.

      y.tick_label_space_mode string

      Space mode.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • max (Max)
      • fixed (Fixed)

      y.tick_label_space number

      Space.

      y.tick_mode string

      Mode. Sets the method for selecting tick values on the axis:

      Auto automatically selects the ticks
      Number allows you to choose the number of ticks to display.
      Custom lets you select specific ticks to show.

      Note: If the axis is categorical, Number mode is ignored.

      Allowed values:

      • auto (Auto)
      • number (Number)
      • custom (Custom)

      y.tick_number number

      Number. Approximate number of ticks or gridlines. The actual number will depend on the range of values, chart size, etc.

      y.tick_custom text

      One tick label per line. Specify the ticks to show, one per line. For dates, use the input format as specified in the datasheet.

      You can also use {{FIRST}} and {{LAST}} to add ticks at the minimum and maximum of the axis. For example:

      {{FIRST}}
      25000
      50000
      75000
      {{LAST}}

      y.line_and_tick_color color

      Line color.

      y.line_and_tick_width number

      Line width.

      y.tick_length number

      Tick length.

      y.tick_side string

      Side.

      Allowed values:

      • out (Out)
      • in (In)

      y.line_visible boolean

      Axis line.

      y.edge_padding number

      Edge padding (%). Space between start/end of axis line and first/last category tick as a percentage of the spacing between ticks

      Max: 100

      y.gridlines_visible boolean

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      y.gridlines_styling boolean

      Styling.

      y.gridline_color color

      Color.

      y.gridline_style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dash (Dashed)
      • dot (Dotted)
      • dot_dash (Dot-dashed)

      y.gridline_width number

      Width.

      y.gridline_category_dividers boolean

      Put lines between categories. On a categorical axis, this option disables the gridline on each tick and instead adds rules between each category to give a table-like design. Ignored for date and numeric axes.

      y.gridline_category_dividers_extend boolean

      Extend. Extends the dividers into the axis margins

      zoom_y_axis boolean

      Dynamic Y axis. Rescales the y axis when filtering or playing in zoomed mode

      Captions

      caption_background_color color

      Background.

      caption_border_color color

      Border.

      caption_border_radius number

      Radius.

      caption_opacity number

      Opacity.

      Max: 1

      caption_padding number

      Padding. In rems – multiples of the base font size

      caption_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • top-left (Top left)
      • center-left (Center left)
      • bottom-left (Bottom left)
      • top-right (Top right)
      • center-right (Center right)
      • bottom-right (Bottom right)
      • top-center (Top center)
      • center-center (Center)
      • bottom-center (Bottom center)

      caption_text_width number

      Width.

      caption_font_size number

      Font size. In rems – multiples of the base font size

      caption_text_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • normal (Normal)
      • bold (Bold)

      caption_text_color color

      Color.

      caption_mode string

      Content mode. In “Text with colors” mode, any phrases matching category names will be automatically colored. In HTML mode no colors will be applied, but you can include any html in the data sheet to add images etc, etc.

      Allowed values:

      • text_legend (Text with colors)
      • html (HTML)

      caption_text_align_h string

      Horizontal align.

      Allowed values:

      • start (fa-align-left)
      • center (fa-align-center)
      • end (fa-align-right)

      caption_text_align_v string

      Vertical align.

      Allowed values:

      • flex-start (Top)
      • center (Center)
      • flex-end (Bottom)

      caption_image_width number

      Width.

      Max: 100

      caption_image_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • column (Images below (content above))
      • column-reverse (Images above (content below))
      • row (Images right (content left))
      • row-reverse (Images left (content right))

      caption_space_between number

      Space between. Space between image and text

      Animation

      stage_duration number

      Animation duration. The “race” animation length, in milliseconds per stage

      update_duration number

      Mode duration. The animation duration when change between ranks and scores modes

      Number formatting

      formatting.prefix string

      Prefix. Text to place in front of a number

      formatting.suffix string

      Suffix. Text to place after a number

      formatting.n_dec number

      Decimal places. Decimal places. You can also enter a negative integer to round to a whole number with that many zeros. For example, -2 will round to the nearest hundred.

      Min: -10

      Max: 10

      formatting.advanced boolean

      Advanced.

      formatting.negative_sign string

      Styling of negative numbers.

      Allowed values:

      • -$nk (-$100k)
      • $-nk ($-100k)
      • ($nk) (($100k))
      • $(n)k ($(100)k)
      • none ($100k)

      formatting.strip_zeros boolean

      Remove trailing zeros.

      formatting.strip_separator boolean

      Hide thousands separator below 10,000. Turn off if you want four-digit numbers to include a separator, e.g. “1,234” rather than “1234”.

      formatting.transform_labels boolean

      Multiply/divide values.

      formatting.transform string

      Allowed values:

      • multiply (Multiply by)
      • divide (Divide by)
      • exponentiate (×10 to the power of)

      formatting.multiply_divide_constant number

      formatting.exponentiate_constant number

      Layout

      Layout

      layout.body_font font

      Main font. This font will apply to the whole graphic by default. You can optionally change the font for the title, subtitle, footer, etc in the Header and Footer settings panels.

      layout.font_color color

      Text color. This color will apply to the whole graphic by default, You can optionally change the color for individual text elements, in other settings panels.

      layout.background_color_enabled boolean

      Color.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      layout.background_image_enabled boolean

      Image.

      Allowed values:

      • true (On)
      • false (Off)

      layout.background_color color

      Background color.

      layout.background_image_src url

      Image URL.

      layout.background_image_size string

      Size.

      Allowed values:

      • cover (Fill)
      • contain (Fit)
      • auto (Original)
      • 100% 100% (Stretch)

      layout.background_image_position string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • top left (Top left)
      • top center (Top center)
      • top right (Top right)
      • center left (Center left)
      • center center (Center)
      • center right (Center right)
      • bottom left (Bottom left)
      • bottom center (Bottom center)
      • bottom right (Bottom right)

      layout.max_width_target string

      Maximum width. Apply a maximum width to just the main graphic or everything (main graphic plus header, footer, etc).

      Allowed values:

      • none (None)
      • wrapper (Everything)
      • primary (Main graphic)

      layout.max_width number

      Maximum width. Leave blank to stretch to container width

      Min: 50

      layout.max_width_align string

      Align.

      Allowed values:

      • left (fa-align-left)
      • center (fa-align-center)
      • right (fa-align-right)

      layout.layout_order string

      Layout order.

      Allowed values:

      • stack-default (Header – controls – legend – primary graphic – footer)
      • stack-2 (Primary graphic – header – controls – legend – footer)
      • stack-3 (Header – primary graphic – controls – legend – footer)
      • stack-4 (Controls – primary graphic – header – controls – legend – footer)
      • grid-1 (Grid mode: Primary graphic on the right)

      layout.space_between_sections string

      Space between sections.

      Allowed values:

      • 0.5 (▁)
      • 1 (▃)
      • 1.5 (▄)
      • custom (...)

      layout.space_between_sections_custom number

      Custom.

      Max: 100

      layout.margin_top number

      Top.

      layout.margin_right number

      Right.

      layout.margin_bottom number

      Bottom.

      layout.margin_left number

      Left.

      layout.border.enabled boolean

      Show borders around visualisation.

      layout.border.top.width number

      Top.

      layout.border.top.style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dashed (Dashed)
      • dotted (Dotted)

      layout.border.top.color color

      Color.

      layout.border.right.width number

      Right.

      layout.border.right.style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dashed (Dashed)
      • dotted (Dotted)

      layout.border.right.color color

      Color.

      layout.border.bottom.width number

      Bottom.

      layout.border.bottom.style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dashed (Dashed)
      • dotted (Dotted)

      layout.border.bottom.color color

      Color.

      layout.border.left.width number

      Left.

      layout.border.left.style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dashed (Dashed)
      • dotted (Dotted)

      layout.border.left.color color

      Color.

      layout.read_direction string

      Read direction. This will change the reading direction of the main text elements on the page. It's not possible to adjust this on all elements, such as axes.

      Note that when direction is set to right to left any alignment icons will be reversed.

      Allowed values:

      • ltr (Left to right)
      • rtl (Right to left)

      layout.font_size_mobile_small number

      layout.font_size_mobile_big number

      layout.font_size_tablet number

      layout.font_size_desktop number

      layout.font_size_big_screen number

      layout.breakpoint_mobile_small number

      layout.breakpoint_mobile_big number

      layout.breakpoint_tablet number

      layout.breakpoint_desktop number

      layout.breakpoint_big_screen number

      layout.header_align string

      Alignment.

      Allowed values:

      • left (fa-align-left)
      • center (fa-align-center)
      • right (fa-align-right)

      layout.title html

      layout.title_styling boolean

      Styling.

      layout.title_font font

      Title Font.

      layout.title_size string

      Size.

      Allowed values:

      • 1.4 (ᴀ)
      • 1.6 (A)
      • 2 (fa-font)
      • custom (...)

      layout.title_size_custom number

      Custom. Specify a custom responsive font size in rems. The best results will be with values between 1.2 and 3

      layout.title_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      layout.title_color color

      Color.

      layout.title_line_height number

      Line height.

      Max: 3

      layout.title_space_above string

      Space above.

      Allowed values:

      • 0 (▁)
      • 0.5 (▃)
      • 1 (▄)
      • custom (...)

      layout.title_space_above_custom number

      Custom.

      Max: 100

      layout.subtitle html

      layout.subtitle_styling boolean

      Styling.

      layout.subtitle_font font

      Subtitle Font.

      layout.subtitle_size string

      Size.

      Allowed values:

      • 1.4 (ᴀ)
      • 1.6 (A)
      • 2 (fa-font)
      • custom (...)

      layout.subtitle_size_custom number

      Custom. Specify a custom responsive font size in rems. The best results will be with values between 1.2 and 3

      layout.subtitle_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      layout.subtitle_color color

      Color.

      layout.subtitle_line_height number

      Line height.

      Max: 3

      layout.subtitle_space_above string

      Space above.

      Allowed values:

      • 0 (▁)
      • 0.5 (▃)
      • 1 (▄)
      • custom (...)

      layout.subtitle_space_above_custom number

      Custom.

      Max: 100

      layout.header_text html

      layout.header_text_styling boolean

      Styling.

      layout.header_text_size string

      Size.

      Allowed values:

      • 1.2 (ᴀ)
      • 1.4 (A)
      • 1.6 (fa-font)
      • custom (...)

      layout.header_text_size_custom number

      Custom. Specify a custom responsive font size in rems. The best results will be with values between 1.2 and 3

      layout.header_text_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      layout.header_text_color color

      Color.

      layout.header_text_line_height number

      Line height.

      Max: 3

      layout.header_text_space_above string

      Space above.

      Allowed values:

      • 0 (▁)
      • 0.5 (▃)
      • 1 (▄)
      • custom (...)

      layout.header_text_space_above_custom number

      Custom.

      Max: 100

      layout.header_border string

      Allowed values:

      • top (Top)
      • bottom (Bottom)
      • top_and_bottom (Top & bottom)
      • none (None)

      layout.header_border_width number

      Width.

      layout.header_border_color color

      Color.

      layout.header_border_style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dashed (Dashed)
      • dotted (Dotted)

      layout.header_border_space number

      Space. Space between border and header text

      layout.header_logo_enabled boolean

      Allowed values:

      • true (Enabled)
      • false (Disabled)

      layout.header_logo_src url

      Image.

      layout.header_logo_alt string

      Alt text.

      Link.

      layout.header_logo_height number

      Height.

      layout.header_logo_align string

      Align. Align logo inside either the header or the main visualization container

      Allowed values:

      • inside (Header)
      • outside (Main container)

      layout.header_logo_position_inside string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • top (Top)
      • left (Left)
      • right (Right)

      layout.header_logo_position_outside string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • left (Left)
      • right (Right)

      layout.header_logo_margin_top number

      Top.

      layout.header_logo_margin_right number

      Right.

      layout.header_logo_margin_bottom number

      Bottom.

      layout.header_logo_margin_left number

      Left.

      layout.footer_align string

      Alignment.

      Allowed values:

      • left (fa-align-left)
      • center (fa-align-center)
      • right (fa-align-right)
      • justify (fa-align-justify)

      layout.footer_text_size number

      Size.

      layout.footer_text_color color

      Color.

      layout.footer_styling boolean

      Advanced footer styles.

      layout.footer_font font

      Font.

      layout.footer_text_weight string

      Weight.

      Allowed values:

      • bold (Bold)
      • normal (Regular)

      layout.source_name string

      Source name.

      layout.source_url string

      Source url.

      layout.multiple_sources boolean

      Multiple sources.

      layout.source_name_2 string

      Source name.

      layout.source_url_2 string

      Source url.

      layout.source_name_3 string

      Source name.

      layout.source_url_3 string

      Source url.

      layout.source_label string

      Source label.

      layout.footer_note html

      Note.

      layout.footer_note_secondary html

      Note (secondary). The secondary note is placed below the source and primary note

      layout.footer_logo_enabled boolean

      Image.

      Allowed values:

      • true (Enabled)
      • false (Disabled)

      layout.footer_logo_src url

      Image.

      layout.footer_logo_src_light hidden

      Image (light version). If provided this version will be used whenever the background color is dark

      layout.footer_logo_alt string

      Alt text.

      Link.

      layout.footer_logo_height number

      Height.

      layout.footer_logo_margin number

      Margin.

      layout.footer_logo_order string

      Position.

      Allowed values:

      • left (Left)
      • right (Right)

      layout.footer_align_vertical string

      V. align.

      Allowed values:

      • flex-start (Top)
      • center (Center)
      • flex-end (Bottom)

      layout.footer_border string

      Allowed values:

      • top (Top)
      • bottom (Bottom)
      • top_and_bottom (Top & bottom)
      • none (None)

      layout.footer_border_width number

      Width.

      layout.footer_border_color color

      Color.

      layout.footer_border_style string

      Style.

      Allowed values:

      • solid (Solid)
      • dashed (Dashed)
      • dotted (Dotted)

      layout.footer_border_space number

      Space. Space between border and footer text

      Accessibility

      layout.screenreader_text_primary text

      Screenreader description. A text alternative to the visual content that will only be visible to screenreaders, e.g. “The line chart shows China consistently higher than the other countries since 1990”.

      Do not replicate your title, since that will also be read by screenreaders.

      layout.screenreader_label string

      Screenreader label. A short text label given to the main Flourish embed wrapper to provide an accessible name that is only visible to screenreaders. Added in the form of an "aria-label".

      layout.screenreader_hide_primary boolean

      Screenreader mode for main visual container. Whether the main visual container is visible to screenreaders. (Text in the header and footer are always available to screenreaders.)

      Allowed values:

      • true (Hidden)
      • false (Readable)