Create a stock chart in everviz

Follow the steps in this article to create a stock chart in everviz.

Stock charts are great for tracking stock prices over a discrete time period. The everviz stock chart lets you zoom in to the chart to see different time intervals, such as one month, the year to date and so on, more closely. A panel underneath the main chart lets you use two sliders to select your own time interval to view in the main chart, or you can drag the selection left or right to see that time interval for a different part of the chart. You can also use the two date filters at the top right-hand side of the chart to view a specific time interval in the main chart.

The example we’ll create lets us see stock prices over the course of two years, from November 2019 to November 2021. We’ll be able to zoom into specific time intervals for a clearer view of the data. 

To create a stock chart:

  • Launch the project wizard and select Chart to launch the chart wizard
  • Select Stock from the Chart type section to the left of the chart wizard’s screen. Notice that the preview pane changes to reflect the chart type you’ve chosen
  • Click Next to move to the Data step where you can enter the data for your chart or click Next again to use the default data provided
  • If you are using your own data, click the top-left cell (A1) in the data table and press CTRL+A to select all the data in it
  • Press the delete key to remove the example data
  • Copy this example data and paste it into the data table at the top-left cell (A1). You’ll see the newly added data reflected in the preview chart
  • Click Next to move to the Design screen where you can choose a theme for your chart. Click an available theme to see how it looks, or stick with the default theme
  • Click Next to move to the Text & Annotations screen where you can add contextual information to your chart, such as a title, axis labels and a caption
  • Click Next to move to the Save or Publish screen where you can save your chart for later amendment or use, or publish your chart
  • Alternatively, you can click the Continue in Editor button to edit the chart further with more granular options
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