ApexCharts card - A highly customizable graph card

Thanks, never thought of that. Found a nice one.

I have an input_text helper which i use to track history of mileage between EV charges, this is tracked in the history of the helper.

This helper doesnt update daily so it can stay the same value for various amounts of time before changing. I am wanting to display on a graph where each column represents the value of mileage but it is only displayed when the value is changed.

Currently if i group by 1d i can get multiple columns the same. Is this achievable?

I’d like to specify some CSS variables in the color_list section. This seems to work for the colourised header state, but results in a black colour in the graph itself and the legend. This seems like it may be an issue with the card but I wanted to check in case I’m missing something.

type: custom:apexcharts-card
color_list:
  - '#661FFF'
  - rgb(var(--color-blue))
header:
  show: true
  show_states: true
  colorize_states: true
series:
  - entity: sensor.household_average_temperature
    transform: return Math.round(x);
    name: Inside
    group_by:
      duration: 1h
      func: max
  - entity: sensor.<city-name>_temp
    transform: return Math.round(x);
    name: Outside
    group_by:
      duration: 1h
      func: max

Hi all thanks for these charts @RomRider
I’ve created these 2 charts but for some reason it misses the label on the first day on the first column.
Can anyone tell me what I need to change to add it.
Thanks.
Here’s my code…

type: custom:apexcharts-card
experimental:
  color_threshold: true
update_interval: 5min
apex_config:
  xaxis:
    labels:
      format: ddd
  stroke:
    show: true
    width: 2
    curve: smooth
  chart:
    height: 140%
  legend:
    show: true
    showForSingleSeries: true
    horizontalAlign: right
    position: top
  dataLabels:
    offsetY: 2
    style:
      fontSize: 12px
    enabled: true
    background:
      enabled: true
      borderColor: '#fff'
      borderWidth: 2
      borderRadius: 2
      opacity: 0.7
      foreColor: '#ccccff'
      dropShadow:
        enabled: true
        top: 2
        left: 2
        blur: 1
        color: '#000000'
        opacity: 0.5
  fill:
    type: gradient
    gradient:
      type: horizontal
      shadeIntensity: 0.1
      opacityFrom: 0.25
      opacityTo: 1
      inverseColors: true
      stops:
        - 0
        - 90
        - 100
graph_span: 1w
span:
  end: day
header:
  show: true
  title: Daily Energy
series:
  - entity: sensor.daily_energy
    color: rgb(138,43,226)
    type: column
    show:
      datalabels: true
    group_by:
      func: last
      duration: 24h
    unit: kWh

Hi All

i have now this chart running. But i want to exclude the red line from the “fill” function. how can i do this?

this is the code

  - icon: mdi:solar-power
    cards:
    - type: 'custom:apexcharts-card'
      graph_span: 3h
      header:
        show: true
        title: PV Anlage
        show_states: true
        colorize_states: true
      series:
        - entity: sensor.kostal_pv_to_battery_power
          name: Batterie laden
          color: '#ff444f'
          opacity: 0
        - entity: sensor.kostal_home_power_from_grid
          name: Netzbezug
          color: '#00b4fb'

      all_series_config:
        type: area
        curve: smooth
        stroke_width: 1
        show:
          extremas: true
        group_by:
          func: avg
          duration: 5m
      apex_config:
        fill:
          type:
            - gradient
          gradient:
            type: vertical
            opacityFrom: 0.6
            opacityTo: 0.1
        tooltip:
          x:
            format: 'HH:mm'

Thanks for the reply regarding header size. It seems the Apexchart is not responsive to the header style options I found in another thread 🔹 Card-mod - Add css styles to any lovelace card - #1867 by Ildar_Gabdullin

The goal is to reduce the header size, I tested color below copy-pasted from another thread just to see if it is responsive. If you can write out the code to decrease header size that would be helpful :slight_smile:

Option 1: doesn’t do anything

style: |
  ha-card {--ha-card-header-color: green;}  

Option 2: doesn’t do anything

style: |
  .card-header {
    background-color: green;
  }  

Hi all.
I have graph that shows electricity prices from nordpool component.

image

Is it somehow possible to get horizontal line that will always be at constant value. Like for example line that always will be 0.140 like this:

image

type: custom:apexcharts-card
experimental:
  color_threshold: true
graph_span: 24h
header:
  title: Electricity Price Today
  show: true
span:
  start: day
now:
  show: true
  label: Now
series:
  - entity: sensor.nordpool_kwh_lv_eur_4_10_0
    type: column
    show:
      extremas: true
    float_precision: 3
    data_generator: |
      return entity.attributes.raw_today.map((start, index) => {
        return [new Date(start["start"]).getTime(), entity.attributes.raw_today[index]["value"]];
      });
    color_threshold:
      - value: 0
        color: rgba(19, 120, 22, 0.8)
      - value: 0.1
        color: rgba(138, 177, 0, 0.92)
        opacity: 1
      - value: 0.15
        color: rgba(198, 114, 0, 0.92)
      - value: 0.188
        color: rgba(200, 0, 0, 0.5)
      - value: 0.25
        color: rgba(140, 0, 72, 0.8)
      - value: 0.35
        color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.8)
apex_config:
  yaxis:
    - title:
        text: c/kwh
      decimalsInFloat: 3
  chart:
    height: 200px

Yes, I have it to show a threshold line for when the outdoor sun covers should be retracted.

apex_config:
    yaxis:
      - 'y': 10
        strokeDashArray: 5
        borderColor: '#962626'
        borderWidth: 1

Thanks, but looks like my configuration is too specific.

  - 'y': 0.140

sadly does not show anything :frowning:

Looks like some code is missing from my post, please try the following:

apex_config:
  annotations:
    position: back
    yaxis:
      - 'y': 10
        strokeDashArray: 5
        borderColor: '#962626'
        borderWidth: 1
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This is awesome, Thank You very much!

Does anyone know what the status on “Long Term Statistics” is? I understand it has been discussed? I would really like to have that implemented since that would allow me to show electricity consumption over a longer period of time via the build in functionality.

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Is there any way to use the usual ‘column’ type as a rangeBar type with timeline data (specifically the electricity price for today and tomorrow)? What I’m trying to produce is bars not centered atop ‘08:00’, for example, but that sit between ‘08:00’ and ‘09:00’. With the ‘now’ label as guide for the eye, it looks like the price changes 07:30 and 08:30 and so on.
Perhaps some offset for the axis?

Or is there an easy way to offset the ‘now’ label? I’ve not found this, neither have I been able to produce a xaxis annotation, even though an yaxis annotation works fine.

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I’m going to test and merge the PR next week, sorry I’ve been super busy lately.

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I think I read someone having this issue with the extremas background rectangle but can’t find the post. Does anyone know how to fix it?

Hi,

I am sorry, but how do I add an ApexCharts card into a dashboard?

Obviously I am quite new to Home Assistant. I have installed HACS, I have added the repository Apexcharts-card, and in Configuration - Dashboards - Resources I have the URL to apexcharts-cards.js, Type JavaScript Module.

In my testing-dashboard I activate “Edit Dashboard”, then I try “Add Card”.
Is it not possible to add and configure an ApexCharts card by UI?

Is it possible to generate a chart similar to the one generated by ecobee (see example below):

Basically, this would use the climate entity that has the current temperature and humidity which will be used for the line graphs. The bar charts indicate HVAC operations (heat or cool) and fan operations. All the information is available in the climate entity.

When I click on “add card” while editing a Dashboard in the UI, now it is possible to selext ApexCharts. But i dont know why. I had restartet Home Assistant Core several times before, and I had always looked in this diaglogue if ApexCharts would show up, and it did not.
At some time in the evening the option suddenly was there.

Now I have to figure out how to modify it the right way. Already started to edit the preset card, changed from line and columns to two lines. And selected the two entities I wanted to view. The shown values are garbage though…
These are DS18B20 temperature sensors, connected to a ESP8285 running Tasmota, sent by MQTT. Home Assistant sees the correct temperature values, the standard “sensor cards” are ok. The values in ApexCharts card shows values between 0 and 10°C, instead in the range 30 to ~65°C.

Uh… looking into the code again… these are numbers generated by random, it seems…
Ok, I will try to understand the coding…

Seems I’m a bit spoiled by Home Assistant’s auto-generated-everything so far… sorry.

Edit 2: ok, one has to remove everything after “//REMOVE ME”… (I had tried to remove some, did not know how much.)

With some help I realizied:

  • Is there a way to bring the values above the line? Maybe with a semi transparent background?

  • Why can’t I click the value to get the history as in other apex_chart cards?

  • When I add a title, the sensor values are shifted outside the card. How to bring the title to the top of the image and the number somewhat to the middle?
    Edit: Just lowering the margin-top does not work. Than the title is cut at the top.

type: custom:apexcharts-card
header:
  show: true
  title: ''
  floating: true
  show_states: true
  colorize_states: false
graph_span: 4w
series:
  - entity: sensor.database_size
    name: ' '
    color: '#ff444f'
all_series_config:
  type: area
  curve: smooth
  fill_raw: last
  group_by:
    func: raw
    duration: 10min
  show:
    extremas: false
apex_config:
  chart:
    height: 180px
  legend:
    show: false
  grid:
    show: false
  stroke:
    width: 2
  xaxis:
    labels:
      format: MM
      show: false
  yaxis:
    - decimalsInFloat: 0
  fill:
    type:
      - gradient
    gradient:
      type: vertical
      opacityFrom: 0.7
      opacityTo: 0.3
  tooltip:
    x:
      format: HH:mm
style: |
  .wrapper div#header div#states__state:nth-child(2) div#state__value {
    justify-content: end;
  }
  .wrapper div#header div#states__state div#state__value {
    display: flex;
  }
  .wrapper div#header div#states__state:nth-child(1),
  .wrapper div#header div#header__title {
    margin-left: 25%;
    margin-top: 20%;
    font-size: 36pt;
  }

Thanks for the card.

Is there a way to draw a horizontal line? (e.g. for a threshold?)