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You can use highstock.js and initialize highcharts with rangeSelector like in the example:


To the best of my knowledge the range selector is not something that you can use with HighCharts. You have to use HighStock to get that functionality.

Highstock handles time-based data, which is why the range selector is available to you. HighCharts doesn't handle time data all that well (it can be done, but it's less flexible). Since most of the functionality of HighCharts is found in HighStock you're probably better off to just use HighStock for whatever application needs the range selector.


range selector is a feature used with highstock. if you want a similar implementation with highchart you can get something like this

It is a dynamic master-detail chart which may be of use for you.

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