Convert HTML Tables to Highcharts Graphs – HighChartTable

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12/12/2013 by
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The HighchartTable plugin takes data and attributes from a table and parses them to simply create an Hightcharts chart.

The plugin does not contains Highcharts or jQuery, so first of all, you must include them your page.

They use Highcharts graph library but with a way to convert automatically our HTML tables containing data into graphs.

So they code a jQuery plugin to make this conversion peacefully. And voila, here we are 🙂

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Wanna see a demo ?

How it works

This Script use HTML5 data-* attributes to specify how the tables are rendered.

Many attributes are available to provide you a way to customize the graph.

Full documentation

Compatibility

Tested and supported in Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Firefox
Browsers compatibility is tied to Highcharts browsers compatibility.

jQuery >= 1.4.3 is required

Licence

plugin comes with an MIT licence.

View MIT licence

Get the code

The plugin is hosted on Github.

See us on Github

Website

http://highcharttable.org/

 

 








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