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Google Visualization Charts

Description

Google Visualization Charts is a simple plugin that enables to embed charts
using the Google Visualization API. These charts are dynamically rendered
using HTML5 / SVG.

For now, two graphs are available: line chart and column chart. The graphs
are usable using short codes. The data of the graph is directly entered
in the content of the short code. For example, here is a short code
for a bar chart:

[line_chart title="Fill (8 bytes)" v_title="Milliseconds" width="600px" height="400px" scale_button="true"]
['x','vector_pre','vector','list'],
['1000',0,0,1],
['10000',0,1,10],
['100000',4,11,100],
['1000000',7,234,1023]
[/line_chart]

After installation of this plugin, the post pages will load the Google
Visualization API JavaScript in the head.

This plugin can be very handy to display results of benchmarks, analysis,
comparisons, … In the future, more charts will be supported and more
configuration of the charts will be supported as well.

Screenshots

  • A bar chart
  • A column chart

Installation

  1. Upload google-visualization-charts to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Use [bar_chart] and [line_chart] shortcodes to enter charts to your site

Contributors & Developers

“Google Visualization Charts” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.1

  • Support of bar chart
  • Support of line chart
  • Support of dynamically changing scale