The chart itself does not support out of the box different colors for each data property - you can explicitly specify different colors for the different palette / data types. However, what can not be achieved out of the box can be achieved through angular directives when creating an Angular-2 application.
For example, you can use *ngIf directive
to specify different colors based on boolean condition.
Or you can use *ngSwtich
for more complex scenarios where the choices can be multiple.
Or you can even create your own custom directive with specific logic for your application.
With these different approaches, you can control the way your data is stylized.
I can recommend taking a look at this sample application
that demonstrates different Angular-2 techniques in NativeScript.
Here is a specific example
which shows how to apply different styles using *ngSwitch and another one showing *ngIf.
Based on that logic you can take your data chart and say
(in case myData == "firstTypeData") => apply this color for the element.
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