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Instantiating a Chart

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The Ext.chart.Chart class is responsible for rendering the chart container. You can display a chart by either invoking the Ext.chart.Chart constructor or by using xtype:chart with lazy instantiation.
Typically you will define the following configuration attributes:

Attribute Description
axes Array of Ext.chart.axis.Axis. Defines axis for charts. The axis position, type, style can be configured. The axes are defined in an axes array of configuration objects where the type, field, grid and other configuration options can be set.
legend Boolean/Object. Set to true for the default legend display or a legend config object. Defaults to false.
series Array of Ext.chart.series. Defines the type of chart to produce. Chart types include Area, Bar, Column, Line, Pie, Radar, and Scatter.
store The that will be used to supply data for the chart.

Instantiating your chart will typically follow the pattern illustrated below:

  xtype: 'chart'
  animate: true,
  store: store1,
  legend: { position: 'right' },
  axes: [ ...some axes options... ],
  series: [ ...some series options... ]
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