This extension is currently not actively maintained! Although it may still work, any bug reports or feature requests will more than likely be ignored.
Release status: unmaintained
|Description||provide tags for drawing charts the easy way using google chart API.|
|MediaWiki 1.36||Not formally tested|
|MediaWiki 1.34||Not formally tested|
|MediaWiki 1.32||Not formally tested|
|License||Apache License 2.0|
The Gchart4mw allows for visualizing data in wiki pages. To do so it provides a couple of additional tags for embedding different chart-types. Possible charts are
- and pie-charts
The charts are drawn by using the Google Chart API.
All data for visualization is provided in CSV-style.
Examples of usage
This example shows the result of 2005´s election for the german Bundestag:
<pie 3d title="Bundestagswahl 2005" size=300x150 xlabel> SPD, 34.2 CDU, 27.8 CSU, 7.4 GRÜNE, 8.1 FDP, 9.8 Die Linke., 8.7 Sonstige, 3.9 </pie>
This chart compares the average 24h-temperature of Berlin and Sydney:
<lines size=270x120 title="Avg. Temp (°F)" ymin=0 ymax=80 colors=8AB800,F5B800 xlabel ylabel=4 grid=xy legend> ,Berlin,Sydney J,30.4,71.2 F,33.1,71.6 M,38.3,69.1 A,47.1,64.0 M,56.3,57.2 J,62.6,53.4 J,65.5,51.3 A,64.2,53.4 S,57.7,57.0 O,48.2,62.6 N,39.0,65.8 D,33.8,69.6 </lines>
To install this extension, add the following to LocalSettings.php:
#add configuration parameters here #setup user rights here require_once("$IP/extensions/gchart4mw.php");
In addition to this all parameters can be provided with default values to give all charts in a wiki a consistent look.
- gchart4mw tries to use tags which can be read by humans easily. All data is being provided in a readable way.
- If you like good looking charts like these, but you also want to keep your data on your webserver and use a well documented and actively maintained extension, have a look at Extension:Pchart4mw...
|This extension was migrated from Google code and checked into a GitHub software repository.|