With IPU-Chart you can load the chart’s data via an url. Like this you can access data from a database with a simple service. This example demonstrates how to create a
php data service that delivers
json data out of a MySQL database. The data will afterwards be rendered as a bar chart with IPU-Chart. Continue reading
(Horizontal) bar charts with negative values are supported by IPU-Chart. Have a look at this example, which shows the migration rate (migrants/1,000 population) of the top ten most populous countries: Continue reading
With the introduction of the JSON binding, IPU-Chart is able to display data from many data providers. There are services on the web for many different kind of data (like for example finance, geographical, demographical or weather data). And with a little effort you can build a service that delivers json from your own data. This JSON chart example demonstrates a data binding to open data accessible through the Yahoo Query Language (YQL).
The chart below is built from a live data feed from Yahoo. It displays the most recent key data of the world’s biggest companies (click on the gray squares to change between the keys). Continue reading
This post explains how you can create a Statistical World Map in WordPress with the IPU-Chart Editor and your favorite spreadsheet editor (Excel, Numbers, Open Office) in a few steps. Continue reading
Entering a shortcode in a WordPress blog or page can be tedious. The IPU-Chart Editor online service lets you easily define the WordPress shortcodes for your charts created with IPU-Chart in just three steps:
- Define the data for the chart. You can enter the data enter in the panel or reference it by an url.
- Define the chart’s attributes like it’s type (bar, pie, donut, line, scatter, world map, bubble), category, value(s), formats and colors.
- Preview the chart Continue reading
IPU-Chart is a powerful, easy to use SVG chart library available for EPUB3, WordPress, iBooks Author (Mai 2013) and other HTML based documents. This post shows how to create an animated, multi-series bubble chart in WordPress.
With a bubble chart large data sets can be visualized Continue reading
This post shows how to create a world map in WordPress and link it to your data. As with other chart types like a bar, line, pie or scatter chart you first need some data to display. And as for the other chart types the data can reside locally in your post or page (entered with a [csv] or [tsv] shortcode) or Continue reading
Adding an Excel chart to a WordPress blog can be easy: just create your chart in Excel, make a screenshot of it and include it as a picture in your post. But there are several drawbacks with this approach.
I’ll show you in this blog how to add an Excel spreadsheet to WordPress and display it as a resolution independent, fast loading chart in your page or blog. Continue reading
The styling of any chart type can be done precisely and fast with IPU-Chart. This post explains how to style a line chart in WordPress. There are a few css rules you need to know and you will easily style your charts the way you like it.
The IPU-Chart plugin has a default stylesheet included. It renders a line chart more or less like this: Continue reading
IPU-Chart is a powerful, easy to use SVG chart library available for EPUB3, WordPress, iBooks Author (Mai 2013) and other HTML based documents. This post shows how to create scatter charts in WordPress with the short code.
A scatter chart (or ‘plot’) displays the correlation between Continue reading