Support » Plugin: wpDataTables - Tables & Table Charts » Graph Interval

  • Resolved Romain

    (@romain-d)


    Hi wpDataTables Team,

    Is it possible to define intervals at the graph level?

    For example, instead of having 1 in 2 months on the x-axis we could choose the interval, for example 1 in 6 months.

    I couldn’t find anything in the documentation about it.

    Regards,
    Romain DORR, Be API.

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  • Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi romain-d,

    Thank you for your interest in wpDataTables.

    Unfortunately that is not possible with built in features of plugin, but if you need some custom solution you can check our documentation about wpDataCharts callbacks.

    Every chart exposes several options that customize its look and feel. Charts usually support custom options appropriate to that visualization. wpDataChart callbacks allow adding options that are available in Google Charts API( Highcharts and Chart.js are not available in Lite version)

    All necessary resources are available in charts engines API (depends on which one you use). Every engine has a different approach to chart settings. In wpDataChart callbacks, you have to adopt those settings to the wpDataChart object (you can take a look at examples for each engine in our documentation, and also in the Support help center).

    A huge number of examples for any area of programming can be found on stackoverflow.com (typing your problem in google and at the end add “site: stackoverflow.com” and Google will search only that website)(typing in google for example “tick intervals google charts​ site: stackoverflow.com​”)

    Please note that using hooks, wpDataTable callbabacks or wpDataChart callbacks requires a certain level of programming skills and included support refers only to advice.

    Thank you for understanding.

    Best regards.

    Thread Starter Romain

    (@romain-d)

    Hi,

    Thank you for your quick reply!

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi romain-d,

    You are welcome.

    Best regards.

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