Uses the Google Chart Tools API for charting data. Supports two optional components of multiple charts per page and category restrictions!
Uses the Google Chart Tools API for charting data in posts. Tracks up to 10 different data points, 4 chart types, & lots of customization.
Full on implementation of Flot on WordPress to create dynamic, responsive graphs and charts.
d3-simpleCharts offers you direct access to a few d3 basic charts and let you add them into your WordPress posts fast and easy.
Plugin to run a sponsorship campaign that lets friends and family contribute to a target amount.
Easily create and manage a piechart .Get a Fancy jQuery Pie Chart with a simple shortcode
Yet another WP E-Commerce dashboard reporter.
A WordPress plugin for plotting some data in a custom field against time. It uses the Google charts API to render a simple line chart.
Create categorical feedback assessment for your blog posts and allows your users to send their feedback.
Lets you create and analyze goto links such as www.yoursite.com/goto/[link]/.
A dashboard widget to show a graph of new user registrations per day
Plugin to use jQuery Visualize in WordPress, use it to build charts and graphs
Insert Node Cards and Graphs from Graph Commons to your posts.
Add live football (soccer) charts to your blog showing polls of what people think the outcome of an upcoming football match will be.
This plugin provides a shortcode that allows to embed a Google Trends graph in your website through a very easy-to-use wizard!
Upload SigmaJS graphs (like those exported from Gephi) as a post type.
Plugin generates graphical statistics of user's twitter follower/following counts to admin dashboard.
Advanced charting. Write charts directly in your posts with simple scripting language! Very very alpha, but has some working features, such as the bon
Apache log parser for WordPress. Monitor daily bandwidth usage. Adds a dashboard widget displaying the daily bandwidth usage graph.
Visually display the user activity in a time period. It answers the question: "How many users made 1, 2 and 3 comments in a time period?