I want to compare two sets of data created for two periods of time (periods have same length).
As I find out in the kendo doc I can create two X axis for scatter chart. This is the thread that inspire me
The best result I could get is (you can try this here: http://jsfiddle.net/yXXCM/
(is it possible to inline the images into the post?)
It is quite nice I would say. I is not perfect as labels are not match dots on the chart (that is because the label is not a day, it is a day + some hours: http://jsfiddle.net/RK26K/
( You can notice labels' template for the second x axis (template: "#= kendo.toString(new Date(value + 1728000000), 'hh:mm dd MMM') #"). The "magic number" 1728000000 is a difference between periods calculated on the server. It is surely a hack, but it is the only way I found :) )
But unfortunately this chart looks really nasty for small period of time and for week/month charts:
Just look on 3 junes, 3 July and no August (the third dot) of months chart.
Actually, the problem is that X/Y chart is not the one that can help me.
I definitely need a categorical chart. Category is a day or a week or a month in my case. But looks like
categorical carts doesn't support two categories axis. Is that true?
Could anyone help me with that %&^$^& cart? :)
Probably there is a workaround for my problem.