Data Visualization in Plone using Google Charts
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EEA Google Charts

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EEA Google Charts provides Google Charts framework integration for eea.app.visualization. See eea.daviz package for more details.

Introduction

Create and configure charts and dashboards on an intuitive visualization editor.

You can easily make visualizations like:

Main features

  1. Intuitive visualization editor to create interactive charts.
  2. Large amount of visualizations available: Area, Bar, Bubble, Candlestick, Column, Combo Chart, Gauge, Geo Intensity Maps, Line, Pie, Radar, Scatter, Stepped Area, Table, Tree Map, Motion Charts
  3. Dashboard. Group charts into one or more dashboards.
  4. Add filters to charts or dashboards.
  5. Share any chart. Embeddable visualization in any webpage.
  6. Customizable chart options and colors
  7. Data table manipulation via drag and drop, preparing table for chart
  8. Pivot table (Transpose), transform row values into columns and viceversa

Dependencies

  1. Zope 2.12+
  2. eea.converter
  3. eea.app.visualization

Live demos

Source code

Latest source code (Zope 2 compatible): - Plone Collective on Github - EEA on Github

Copyright and license

The Initial Owner of the Original Code is European Environment Agency (EEA). All Rights Reserved.

The EEA Google Charts (the Original Code) is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

More details under docs/License.txt

Funding

EEA - European Environment Agency (EU)