Format and beautify clustered column charts in pptx report

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Dhiraj
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Dhiraj asked on 11 Oct 2021, 02:50 AM
Hi,

I am new to Telerik reporting and I like the way we can host reporting server as REST service in .Net core.

I am evaluating Telerik reporting tools for the organization that I work for and we have some reports which has many graphical charts with heavy styling applied in MS PowerPoint so my question is -

Can we beautify overall report and clustered column charts  in Telerik report designer or by any other method so that it will look like the attached chart?

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answered on 13 Oct 2021, 01:19 PM

Hello Dhiraj,

Thank you for the provided screenshot.

Most of the requirements can be achieved easily with the Graph Item.

The colors of the graph are set through GraphSeriesBase.ColorPalette Property where you can define the colors that the graph will use for its DataPoints.

The labels below the X-Axis, are by default not displayed at such angle, however, you may edit the GraphAxis.LabelAngle Property to rotate them at the desired degree.

To change the Axis Line's color(the default is black), you may edit the GraphAxis.Style.LineColor property to set the color to the grayish color in the attached image.

Regarding the labels at the top that show some percentage, are those supposed to be DataPoint labels? You may display the DataPointLabel that up top by utilizing the DataPointLabelOffset Property but you cannot have a DataPointLabel just above the bar, displaying the value in numeric format and then another label up on top. The DataPointLabel is only one and you should decide where to put it.

Regarding the lines around the highest columns, unfortunately, I do not think that we support this functionality, you may make a feature request about it on our feedback portal - Progress® Telerik® Reporting Feedback Portal.

I have attached a sample report with a graph similar to the graph in the image, please check it out and let me know if you have any other questions.

Regards,
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commented on 14 Oct 2021, 01:03 AM

Thanks Dimitar I could get to the point as you mentioned.
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