Factmint Charts

Build data visualizations in WordPress. Use Factmint Charts to render a CSV table of data as a pie chart, line chart, scatter graph, etc…

Author:chris.scott@factmint.com (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.1.1
WordPress version tested:4.1.1
Plugin version:0.0.5
Added to WordPress repository:20-03-2015
Last updated:20-03-2015
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Factmint Charts is used to progressively enhance HTML tables into interactive SVG data visualizations. This plugin provides shortcodes for creating those charts. Current charts available are:

  • Pie Chart = [factmint-pie]
  • Doughnut Chart = [factmint-doughnut]
  • Line Chart = [factmint-line]
  • Stacked Area Chart = [factmint-stacked-area]
  • Candlestick Chart = [factmint-candlestick]
  • Scatter Graph = [factmint-scatter]
  • Bubble Chart = [factmint-bubble]
  • Bar (or column) Chart = [factmint-column-bar]

Full documentation for the charts can be found at http://factmint.com/charts/

IMPORTANT: you need to register your domain at http://charts.factmint.com (log in required) for charts to render. IMPORTANT: Factmint Charts will add a small "Powered by Factmint" link below each chart.

Example usage:

[factmint-pie] Country, Population UK, 70000000 France, 90000000 Germant, 120000000 [/factmint-pie]