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Python Google Chart

pygooglechart is a complete Python wrapper for the Google Chart API.

pygooglechart works with Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.

Deprecation Warning

Unfortunatelly Google has deprecated this API:

The Image Charts portion of Google Chart Tools has been officially deprecated as of April 20, 2012.
After April 20, 2015, this Deprecation Policy will not apply. 

Example

from pygooglechart import PieChart3D

# Create a chart object of 250x100 pixels
chart = PieChart3D(250, 100)

# Add some data
chart.add_data([20, 10])

# Assign the labels to the pie data
chart.set_pie_labels(['Hello', 'World'])

# Print the chart URL
print chart.get_url()

# Download the chart
chart.download('pie-hello-world.png')

There are more examples in the examples directory.

Installation

There are a few ways of installing it from source:

If you have setuptools installed, simply run the following:

easy_install pygooglechart

Or get the sources and run:

python setup.py install