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show exported data as an chart

show exported data as an chart

(OP)
Hello,

Not shure that this is the right palce to post this question.

I am about to export data from an ERP system witch will contain 3 values whitch i want to present as an chart.

The values are
Budget
Invoiced
Pending

i this case i want to present budget as one bar ant the tow other obove each other like this.

thing is that i can do what ever export i need but want it as simple as possible.

Is this possible? or should i use XML and XSL and post a question in XML forum?

Thanks in advance
//T

RE: show exported data as an chart

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RE: show exported data as an chart

Hi Intose,

If you want simple, this is a system I came up with a while back, just scale your data values into the height parameter.
Tweak the width and colours as you wish.

Extend to as many columns and as may stack levels as needed. You can add <title> or <alt> tags in the divs so the user can hover for more info.

CODE

<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
</head>
<body>



<table cellpadding=5 cellspacing=5 border=0>
<tr>


<!-- First Column -->
<td valign="bottom">
<div style="width:50px; height:400px; background-color:#8888ff;"></div>
</td>
<!-- End of First Column -->



<!-- Second Column -->
<td valign="bottom">
<div style="width:50px; height:100px; background-color:#88eeaa;"></div>
<div style="width:50px; height:270px; background-color:#8800ff;"></div>
</td>
<!-- End of Second Column -->



</tr>
</table>



</body>
</html> 

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