In FusionCharts, you can draw custom shapes (annotations) on a chart, to display additional information about chart data to viewers, or make your charts look better. You can include different shapes, images, and text annotations in your charts, as per your requirement.
For quick reference, refer to the following list to explore how can you customize your legends:
In FusionCharts, you can include line/text annotations within a chart to point at a specific data plot and display additional information about it. This works best when you want a few data plots to stand out among many.
For instance, in the example, you can see that among the scores of all the footballers plotted into the chart, only the plots about L. Messi and F. Bernardeschi have annotations with them. This will instantly attract the attention of viewers towards them.
In FusionCharts, you can replace the generic-looking data plots with pictures relevant to the underlying data. That way, viewers can gauge at a glance what every data plot signifies.
For instance, in the example, you can see that the data plots about soft drinks have been indicated by images of soft drink cans, and that the sizes of the cans are proportionate to the data values. As such, viewers can gauge the revenues made by each soft drink brand at a glance.
In FusionCharts, you can configure event annotations to display additional data to viewers when they perform specific actions with the mouse.
For instance, in the example, if you hover the mouse pointer over data plots belonging to one particular series, a dotted line appears right above the data plots showing the increase/decrease in growth rate of the data values within the series.