# Interface: ControllerDatasetOptions

# Hierarchy

# Properties

# clip

clip: number | ChartArea

How to clip relative to chartArea. Positive value allows overflow, negative value clips that many pixels inside chartArea. 0 = clip at chartArea. Clipping can also be configured per side: clip: {left: 5, top: false, right: -2, bottom: 0}

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:70 (opens new window)


# hidden

hidden: boolean

Configures the visibility state of the dataset. Set it to true, to hide the dataset from the chart.

default false

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:88 (opens new window)


# indexAxis

indexAxis: "x" | "y"

The base axis of the chart. 'x' for vertical charts and 'y' for horizontal charts.

default 'x'

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:66 (opens new window)


# label

label: string

The label for the dataset which appears in the legend and tooltips.

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:74 (opens new window)


# normalized

normalized: boolean

Chart.js is fastest if you provide data with indices that are unique, sorted, and consistent across datasets and provide the normalized: true option to let Chart.js know that you have done so.

# Inherited from

ParsingOptions.normalized

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:58 (opens new window)


# order

order: number

The drawing order of dataset. Also affects order for stacking, tooltip and legend.

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:78 (opens new window)


# parsing

parsing: false | { [key: string]: string; }

How to parse the dataset. The parsing can be disabled by specifying parsing: false at chart options or dataset. If parsing is disabled, data must be sorted and in the formats the associated chart type and scales use internally.

# Inherited from

ParsingOptions.parsing

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:49 (opens new window)


# stack

stack: string

The ID of the group to which this dataset belongs to (when stacked, each group will be a separate stack).

# Defined in

index.esm.d.ts:83 (opens new window)