FusionCharts 3.12.2 With All Maps [REPACK] 📁

FusionCharts 3.12.2 With All Maps [REPACK] 📁

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FusionCharts 3.12.2 With All Maps

in the above chart you can notice that all the data are colored with different colors. each data is showing the total time for the task. the length of the color is according to the time. you can also notice that it has not specified the data for the first period as it is not required in the example. the data for the first period is also a colored bar. the color of this bar is gray. so you can say that the project has started after the first period.

in the chart’s data structure, the following fields are used for mapping data: id, maps, dataset, category, graph, title, subtitle, caption, icon and textcolor. the id is an integer value to map data in the chart with the dataset of the parent chart. maps field is a string value to identify the map with its url. the dataset field is an integer value to identify the dataset with its value. the category, graph, title, subtitle and caption fields are used to identify the fields in the map and are defined in the field property. icon and textcolor are additional properties for the map to be unique. they are used for customization.

you can use the onclick and onhover properties to set the target values of id, maps and dataset fields. set onclick to a function to process the html events on the map. set onhover to a function to process the mouse events on the map.

http://localhost/FusionCharts/FCF_MSChart.php?xAxisLabel=%27Countries%27&yAxisLabel=&categoricalColumns=%27Country%27 FusionCharts 3.12.2 with All Maps You can integrate all the charts in a single page into the same FusionCharts dashboard.
The map comes with drag and drop features and displays arrows indicating direction of flow. The edit option lets the user to draw an outline of the countries on the map and change its color.
The data for this map is sourced from the GeoNames database, which is a web service that compiles and maps geographic data. It provides them with advanced tools and a standards-based data access layer to integrate data from their Web Map Service and Web Data Service.
When you create a map, you first choose the map type. Each map type has its own advantages, disadvantages, and interaction features that may or may not be available. For example, Google maps has advanced layer support and zooming while OpenLayers uses a JavaScript API. The dashboard offers 60 predefined map types and many more can be downloaded from the FusionCharts Library. These maps can also be integrated into web applications using FusionCharts. These map types would be great for various dashboards, such as Yellowfin, to create sophisticated maps and charts.
Note that all the links originate from a parent chart. The data of the parent chart contains data for all descendant charts, also called the linked data. You can configure the descendant charts to either replace the parent chart with an option to drill back up to the parent, or open them in new dialogs or frames. You need to configure the link for this behavior, just the way shown in the previous section.


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