I am needing to create a "dashboard" of charts and graphs and have been looking around at all the many different plugins that can handle that. I am wanting to stay away from flash. What is your favorite to use for charts and graphs?
i am building a web app that has a bunch of charts on it. they are essentially very basic flow charts that show relationships between two boxes.
now i have the divs printing out on the screen with no problems. but i have little idea on the best way to draw the arrows between the boxes.
my original thought was to place the images (as background images) in a span and then use server side code to determine the size of the span (length) and then absolutely position it. seems clunky.
i'm new to jQuery and SVG and my homerwork is to develope ECG chart. It should show data with: - 25mm/s - 50 mm/s - 1mm/mV - 5mm/mv I've decided to use Keith Wood jQuery plugin and have some questions. Is it possible to manipulate with gridlines when using graphing extension? I'd like every full second line to be thicker than the rest. Secondly, length on chart in every resolution should be equal to real length. Or should I make that chart step by step using drawing functions?
I am trying to populate a flot chart using PHP but things do not seem to be working. If I put in the numbers manually for the chart everything is working fine but if I pass them via ajax from a php script nothing displays.
Here is my php:
The background of the chart appears but no data. I suspect that its because the json_encode returns a string.
I am using Flot its a graphing tool.I insert my flot graphing code into my main page which i do not want to show unless the user clicks a show graph button.The code is inserted into my hidden div like so:
When the user clicks the "show graphs" link it changes the property of "mydiv1" to display='Block'.This is where the problems start. Everything in the <Div> now appears except the chart. If i load the chart on its own it works fine and if i load the chart into a <div> that has its display properties starting off as 'Block' its also fine. The problem only occurs when i change the display property after the page is loaded.
I have this code that allows a select box change a price feild. it works fine however when i add something to the cart the select box still changes but the value (in the cart) does not.im thinking this is where i am going wrong it is not allow a new refresh
Code: var pie = $(form).find('#boo').val(); This is what i'm trying to do but i get NAN
I've been trying to find a topic talking about how to save a jqplot chart as an image (jpg,png,bmp.....) but i couldn't find anything wich was related to jqplot (there was only canvas2image which was close but when i tried it, i figured that it wasn't designed for jqplot...... :s ) ,
I need that function because when i copy/paste the chart from internet explorer 8 the chart is all different (the x,y axis and even the curve isn't at the right place..
I am working on a project that will involve large amounts of data. We have discussed how to summarize for the end user. Final presentation will be something like a bar chart with 15-30 bars. Each bar will be built by blocks whose height and column will be determined by formulas applied to data in the database. A static report is obviously no problem.
I want to develop a sandbox where the end user can drag and drop blocks from one column onto a different column. Others on the team think this can only be done with AJAX while I think jQuery will work and actually be better.
I am really new to coding and am trying to include a flowchart that I have created on my site. There is a series of 5 questions with 2 possible answers for each question. Can anyone help me with some coding that would let me show only the first question and based on how they answer that, the flow chart would open up to the second question and once they answer the second question, it opens up to the third question and so on?
I am trying to load a jquery chart (Flot) inside the second tab of jQuery tabs. It works fine on the opening tab, but if i bury the chart in any tab, it breaks and throws the js error "Invalid dimensions for plot..."
I looked around and the problem might be that because the second tab is hidden at page load, it is breaking something... I dug up a possible jquery fix/plugin called frameReady, which allows for you to load iframes, but I am not sure how to apply it.
How I can enable the second tab to show the chart?
I'm looking for some guidance on the best way to use jQuery to change a set of simple shirt measurements (in a table) from inches to cm, and back again. Can I tell jQuery to look inside a specific table and then convery all the numbers it finds to another unit of measurement?
Have a question regarding the comparison function on the At & t website URL...The site allows you to select different types of phones then generate a comparison chart based on your selection. I need to construct a similar comparison chart, but have no idea how to start the coding process.
I am trying to load a jquery chart (Flot) inside the second tab of jQuery tabs. It works fine on the opening tab, but if i bury the chart in any tab, it breaks and throws the js error "Invalid dimensions for plot..."I looked around and the problem might be that because the second tab is hidden at page load, it is breaking something... I dug up a possible jquery fix/plugin called frameReady, which allows for you to load iframes, but I am not sure how to apply it.
how I can enable the second tab to show the chart?