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    amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex

    amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex(rawData: Object, index: Number)

    Returns the name of a measure with the specified index from data for the chart. Use amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex() to set numeric values for the chart.

    Parameters

    Parameter/Type Description
    rawData
    Object
    The raw data that contains the measure name (check out the structure of rawData in getData()). The measures in rawData have the same order as in the slice.
    index
    Number
    The index of the measure to get.

    Returns

    Returns a string representing the name of a measure with the given index.

    Examples

    amCharts 5

    1) Setting the valueField for pie series:

    am5percent.PieSeries.new(root, {
      valueField: pivot.amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex(rawData, 0),
      // ...
    })

    See the full code on JSFiddle.

    2) Setting the valueYField for line series:

    let series = chart.series.push(am5xy.LineSeries.new(root, {
      name: pivot.amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex(rawData, 0),
      xAxis: xAxis,
      yAxis: yAxis,
      valueYField: pivot.amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex(rawData, 0),
      valueXField: pivot.amcharts.getCategoryName(rawData),
    }));

    See an example on JSFiddle.

    amCharts 4

    Specifying the amCharts 4 Value axis:

    let series = chart.series.push(new am4charts.ColumnSeries());
    series.dataFields.valueY = pivot.amcharts.getMeasureNameByIndex(rawData, 0);

    Check out an example on JSFiddle.

    See also

    amcharts.getData
    amcharts.getCategoryName
    amcharts.getNumberOfMeasures
    amcharts.getNumberFormatPattern