Dec 13, 2018, 4:25 PM
Dec 13, 2018, 6:16 PMHello @opkills, and welcome to Ext.NET forums!
Yes, that looks pretty possible to me. At least for the looks of your description, if you just manipulate the data so that one row contains the data for the "stacked" data, and the other row has just the "to be compared" data, just like the colors in your image suggests, you could attain it with the current implementation.
Just that the yellow bar will have 0 value in the rows were the green, red and blue bars have a non-zero value, and the yellow bar would have a non-zero value on the rows the green, red and blue bar would always be zero.
For instance in this example: stacked bar chart, it would be equivalent of, say, Firefox, IE and Chrome having their values in Feb,Apr,Jun,Aug,Oct,Dec, where Safari would only have values in months Jan,Mar,May,Jul,Sep,Nov.
So, that's not really a feature, supported or not. But a way to display your data. Of course, the month labels would have to reflect what they are, like Jan => average; Feb => Individual and so forth.
Hope this helps!
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