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==Line charts==
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See also: [[Help:Plots| Using Gnuplot on OWW.]]
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==Charts on OWW==
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* You can generate line, bars and pie charts on OWW directly via CSV (comma separated values) data. Below we have an example of each chart type and the example of the wiki code that generated it (random data used).
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===Line chart===
{| style="border #EEEEEE 1px solid;"
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==Bars charts==
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===Bars chart===
{| style="border #EEEEEE 1px solid;"
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==Pie charts==
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===Pie chart===
{| style="border #EEEEEE 1px solid;"
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== More info ==
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* The charts are auto generated using the Google Charts API via the gchart4mw extension. For more information on the specific wiki syntax or the extension itself, visit [http://code.google.com/p/gchart4mw/ gchart4mw] at Google Code.
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__NOTOC__

Current revision

See also: Using Gnuplot on OWW.

Charts on OWW

  • You can generate line, bars and pie charts on OWW directly via CSV (comma separated values) data. Below we have an example of each chart type and the example of the wiki code that generated it (random data used).

Line chart

<syntax type=python> </syntax>

Bars chart

<syntax type=python> </syntax>


Pie chart

<syntax type=python> </syntax>

More info

  • The charts are auto generated using the Google Charts API via the gchart4mw extension. For more information on the specific wiki syntax or the extension itself, visit gchart4mw at Google Code.


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