The Infographic Charts and Graph Tags library developed by coding-dude.com (hey, that’s me) kicked as quite a success. I’ve received very positive feedback from the users and also a few very interesting feature requests. Therefore I decided to include these feature requests and release it as version 1.0.1. This version has just been submitted and can be downloaded here.
In this post I would like to show to you some of the new features added to version 1.0.1.
Piechart and doughnut changes
- added the “label-type” attribute to piechart/doughtnut which allows representing either percentage (“percent”), value (“value”) or hiding the slice label
- added the “label-decimals” attribute to piechart/doughnut for indicating the precision of the number displayed on each slice
- added the “label-unit” attribute to piechart/doughnut for indicating the name of the measure unit used on each slice (eg. millions, billions, pcs, etc.)
- added the “hole-size” attribute for doughnut charts to indicate the size of the center hole
Line graph with CSV support
Added support for displaying CSV data for the line graph (eg. you can export CSV data from GoogleAnalytics and use that file as a parameter for the graph and it will display it accordingly). The following line graph is using a CSV export from Google Analytics you can see the file here.
Line graph and bar chart graph support for negative values
Line graph and bar graph has been adjusted to also support displaying of negative values.
Shape graph with radial fill
Shape graph now supports extra type “radial” which creates radial fill for the shape
So, don’t forget, if you want to download this infographic library