If you could look into dynamic labels that would be fantastic. Issue I see with dynamic data series is that I am likely to have many many different data points to plot. Am I correct in saying that the bubble and scatter charts are limited to 4 data series? I’m likely to have hundreds of series to plot os not sure this solution would work.
@djward1 you can specify 5 data series right inside the chart properties, but append unlimited more using workflow
You can see the scatter chart on the demo page to get an idea of how that works!
Ok great, this could work. I will check it out. Thanks
Not directly a question for you but since I am trying to buy your plugin you will maybe help. Posting this for others that might have similar question:
I am currently subscribed to the Apex Plugin. I would like to purchase the perpetual license now. But I cannot find a button for that. All I see is Uninstall or Unsubscribe. Do I have to Unsubscribe first and then I can buy it? Just making sure I am not breaking something
Yes, you need first to unsubscribe from the plugin and after that you can buy the perpetual license. Let me know if you run into any issues!
1 - Added the Box & Whisker Chart! See it in action here.
2 - Radial charts now have the ‘sparkline’ property
3 - Fixed the Donut/pie/radial chart margin to not have overlapping elements.
4 - Added the option to convert data to ‘percentage’ value inside the radial chart
Don’t forget to refresh your editor after upgrading
Really nice. A lot better than plotting non-robust averages.
Parabéns pelo belo trabalho. Estou construindo um dashboard, mas estou tendo dificuldades, será que poderia me mostrar seu trabalho de forma mais detalhada?
Happy to help. Do you have a mock-up of what you’re trying to build? I can guide you. If you want to see the charts, send me your email by pm and I’ll set you up as a user on the app. That said, not sure if it will work with Portuguese banks!
First of all, thank you for answering me. My contact email is [email protected]. I will send some images and explain my difficulties to you, in the next messages or by e-mail if you prefer. Thanks again.
This looks good
I will give an example with this simple table. Imagine that I will make a graph based on this table, in which I want a line on the graph for sales and another line for expenses, as I would do?
ENTRADA= SALES / SAÍDA=EXPENSES
If there was a column in the table just for sales and another only for expenses, it would not be a problem, I already tested it, but the way my table is doing I am not getting it.
Have you tried grouping the data? You would use :grouped by operator in the chart. Bubble reference has a good explanation of grouping and filtering.
Yes I tried to group data. Maybe I didn’t do it right, I’ve tried this, but to no avail.
I will try one more time.
Or try until you get it.
it seems that the “search for” does not accept restriction
Make sure to group the data the same way for both the X and Y axis.
Can you draw the graph you want to produce on paper, with labels referring to the table example you gave and post it here? If we can’t work it out (I think it is easy), I will bring ping the plugin developer - he is a great guy who will be able to help.
This doesn’t seem to be my ApexCharts plugin and I am unfortunately unable to help because of it. Maybe you could reach out to the developer of that plugin for help