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You could check the streamgraph example on d3js.org http://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/4060954

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All you need to do is to create a new data set that is a stacked version of your old data.

The following lines will do this for your example:

var data1s = data1;

var data2s = []; for(var i = 0; i < data1s.length; i++){data2s.push({time: data1[i].time, value:  data1s[i].value + data2[i].value}  )};

var data3s = []; for(var i = 0; i < data2s.length; i++){data3s.push({time: data2[i].time, value:  data2s[i].value + data3[i].value}  )};

var data4s = []; for(var i = 0; i < data3s.length; i++){data4s.push({time: data3[i].time, value:  data3s[i].value + data4[i].value}  )};

This is about the ugliest way you can create this data, but it works. I've created a fiddle of it here.

Note that, in making my fiddle work, I need to create this data initially, refer to this new stacked data in place of the original data, and also update the stacked data.


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