The error "t.every is not a function" in ApexCharts usually occurs when there is an issue with the configuration of the x-axis for time-based data. This error can happen if the xaxis configuration is not set correctly for a time series chart in ApexCharts.

To fix this issue, ensure that you have properly set the type and categories properties for the xaxis configuration.

Here's an example of how to configure the x-axis for a time series chart using ApexCharts:

import React from 'react'; import Chart from 'react-apexcharts'; const TimeSeriesChart = () => { const chartData = { series: [ { name: 'Series 1', data: [ [new Date('2023-07-01').getTime(), 25], [new Date('2023-07-02').getTime(), 50], [new Date('2023-07-03').getTime(), 30], // Add more data points... ], }, ], options: { chart: { type: 'line', }, xaxis: { type: 'datetime', // Set the x-axis type to datetime for time series data }, }, }; return <Chart options={chartData.options} series={chartData.series} type="line" height={300} />; }; export default TimeSeriesChart;

In this example, we set the type property of xaxis to 'datetime', indicating that the x-axis will represent time data. We use JavaScript's Date object to provide the time values for the data points in the format new Date('YYYY-MM-DD').getTime(). The getTime() method returns the timestamp, which is required by ApexCharts for time-based x-axis.

Ensure that your data points have correct timestamps (numeric values) for the x-axis, and the type property of the xaxis configuration is set to 'datetime'.

If you are still encountering the "t.every is not a function" error after making these adjustments, double-check the configuration of the x-axis and the format of your data points. It's possible that there might be an issue with the data format or the configuration options provided to ApexCharts.

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