Google Chart visualization(deprecated)

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  • The chart visualization uses Google's charting api to render charts


    • Template - The template to use to display the chart. Templates can be found in components/com_fabrik/plugins/Visualizations/chart/views/chart/tmpl
    • Chart type - The chart type you want to render
      • Single Line Chart
      • Multi Line Chart
      • Sparkline
      • Horizontal Bar Chart
      • Vertical Bar Chart
      • Horizontal Bar Chart (Grouped)
      • Vertical Bar Chart (Grouped)
      • Pie chart
      • 3D Pie chart
      • Scatter plot
    • Fill line graph - Should the line graphs be filled or shown as a single line?
    • Show legend - Should the legend be shown?
    • Width - The width in pixels of the chart
    • Height - The height in pixels of the chart
    • chds - overrides the default chart data size - enter the min and max values required separated by a comma. If no data entered then the data passed to the chart's min and max values are used. E.g. 0, 50
    • chxl - Enter some custom axis labels, e.g. 0,10,20,30,40,50. If nothing entered then only the min and max labels are shown
    • chg - Add grid lines to the chart - e.g. 10,0,3,3 will add a dashed (3x3) grid every ten units on the x-axis only
    • chm - add specific data point labels to your form, see for the full explanation
    • Connection - Connect up some of your existing Fabrik tables to the chart by selecting the Fabrik connection in which they will be found
    • Table - The fabrik table whose data you want to display in the chart
    • Element - The element that contains the data to chart - if you have calculations applied to any Elements these will also be listed here. You can't mix calculations and element data in the same chart.
    • Legend label - A descriptive label of the data
    • Colour - A hex colour (e.g. #00ff00) to use when rendering the graph
    • Axis label - The element whose data will be shown on the data axis
    • Axis measurement unit - E.g. 'cm', '%'
    • Where - add an optional where statement to filter the data set to be plotted to the graph - e.g. 'name="rob"' (don't include the outer quotes)
    Below is an example of the output that can be generated by the chart