I wounder if.... when I am using multiple variable-pie series in the same graphic, I have a way in which to link one series Z value to another series's Z value.
My problem is that when I have more than one variable-pie series on my graph and display them one inside another.
I want them to remain stuck to each-other and not to have to adjust each time the following three values, so I can find the perfect combination:
And it looks like this: https://codepen.io/Jaquelline/pen/ZmjNYV?editors=0010
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series 1 : "size": "97%", "innerSize": "60%", "zMin" : "54", series 2: "size": "97%", "innerSize": "50%", "zMin" : "34",
If I change the values from the second series and add something like 36/44, my green serie will overlap the first one, even if my value diffrence is only a few points and not 20/40....
Do I have a way in which I can keep the thickness of each series related to the other one value?
For example, my first series has values around 67, while the second's series values run around 33.
So, I will have to work on making it look like the first series is 67% of the whole graph while the second represents only 33%, in percentage.
Because for now, from my point of view, the only thing I can think on for doing this, is a function. That calculates the ratio between my values and build a formula by which this three elements combination is generally working, regardless of my future possible values......