Tumbleweed

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  1. Ok, with a little help I was able to get to this point:

     

    <html>
    <head>
    <title>My First chart using 
    FusionCharts XT - using XML data embedded in the 
    page</title>
    <script type="text/javascript" 
    src="Charts/FusionCharts.js"></script>          
    
    <script 
    src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
    <script> 
    jQuery(document).ready(function($) 
    {
      $.ajax({url : 
    "http://api.wunderground.com/api/fee47ffeca88d616/geolookup/conditions/q/VA/Yorktown.json",
        dataType : 
    "jsonp",
        success : 
    function(parsed_json) {
          
    FusionCharts.setCurrentRenderer('javascript');
          var myChart 
    = new FusionCharts("Charts/Column3D.swf", "myChartId", "400", "300", 
    "0");
          
    myChart.setXMLData("<chart caption='Temperature for my area' 
    xAxisName='Temperature' yAxisName='In Celsius' >"+
            
    "<set label='" + parsed_json['location']['city'] + "' value='" + 
    parsed_json['current_observation']['temp_f'] + "'/>" + 
    "</chart>");
          
    myChart.render("chartContainer");
        } 
      });
    });
    </script>
    </head>
    <body>
    <div id="chartContainer">FusionCharts 
    XT will load here</div>
    </body>
    </html>

     I am unable to get this same code to work with FusionWidgets, a AngularGauge.  Is there something I am missing?  I would appreciate any help.

    Rudy


  2. Thanks but I am not code smart enough to do that.  Here is what I am trying to do.  I would like to pull the "temp_f" value once not Real Time using the below code and use the pulled variable as the value in a chart, any standard chart.  Is this possible?  I can pull the temp_f data but I need to know what to do to format it so it can be then used as a variable value in a chart.  I would really appreciate any help anyone could offer.

    Rudy

     

    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <title>Weather Temperature</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    <?php $json_string = file_get_contents("http://api.wunderground.com/api/fee47ffeca88d616/geolookup/conditions/q/VA/Yorktown.json");
    $parsed_json = json_decode($json_string);
    $location = $parsed_json->{'location'}->{'city'};
    $temp_f = $parsed_json->{'current_observation'}->{'temp_f'};
    echo "Current temperature in ${location} is: ${temp_f}\n"; ?>
    </body>
    </html>


  3. My desire was not to have real time but to grab the current temperature from the source at the time of page load.  I really do not want to display updated/real time just the current condition.  Is that possible?

    Rudy 


  4. <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script> 
    <script> jQuery(document).ready(function($) { $.ajax({ url : "http://api.wunderground.com/api/fee47ffeca88d616/geolookup/conditions/q/VA/Yorktown.json", dataType : "jsonp", success : function(parsed_json) { var temp_f = parsed_json['current_observation']['temp_f']; } }); }); </script>
    

    Thank you very much for the response.  Is there a way I can use the above to gather the variable and insert it into the  chart data instead of the entire xml?

     

    Thanks again,

    Rudy


  5. {
      "response": {
      "version":"0.1",
      "termsofService":"http://www.wunderground.com/weather/api/d/terms.html",
      "features": {
      "conditions": 1
      }
    	}
      ,	"current_observation": {
    		"image": {
    		"url":"http://icons-ak.wxug.com/graphics/wu2/logo_130x80.png",
    		"title":"Weather Underground",
    		"link":"http://www.wunderground.com"
    		},
    		"display_location": {
    		"full":"Yorktown, VA",
    		"city":"Yorktown",
    		"state":"VA",
    		"state_name":"Virginia",
    		"country":"US",
    		"country_iso3166":"US",
    		"zip":"23690",
    		"magic":"1",
    		"wmo":"99999",
    		"latitude":"37.22531891",
    		"longitude":"-76.52363586",
    		"elevation":"28.00000000"
    		},
    		"observation_location": {
    		"full":"York County, Virginia, Yorktown, Virginia",
    		"city":"York County, Virginia, Yorktown",
    		"state":"Virginia",
    		"country":"US",
    		"country_iso3166":"US",
    		"latitude":"37.182751",
    		"longitude":"-76.470512",
    		"elevation":"8 ft"
    		},
    		"estimated": {
    		},
    		"station_id":"KVAYORKT2",
    		"observation_time":"Last Updated on March 23, 5:51 PM EDT",
    		"observation_time_rfc822":"Sun, 23 Mar 2014 17:51:27 -0400",
    		"observation_epoch":"1395611487",
    		"local_time_rfc822":"Sun, 23 Mar 2014 17:52:07 -0400",
    		"local_epoch":"1395611527",
    		"local_tz_short":"EDT",
    		"local_tz_long":"America/New_York",
    		"local_tz_offset":"-0400",
    		"weather":"Light Rain",
    		"temperature_string":"37.2 F (2.9 C)",
    		"temp_f":37.2,
    		"temp_c":2.9,
    		"relative_humidity":"93%",
    		"wind_string":"From the NNE at 3.0 MPH Gusting to 7.0 MPH",
    		"wind_dir":"NNE",
    		"wind_degrees":22,
    		"wind_mph":3.0,
    		"wind_gust_mph":"7.0",
    		"wind_kph":4.8,
    		"wind_gust_kph":"11.3",
    		"pressure_mb":"1017",
    		"pressure_in":"30.03",
    		"pressure_trend":"0",
    		"dewpoint_string":"35 F (2 C)",
    		"dewpoint_f":35,
    		"dewpoint_c":2,
    		"heat_index_string":"NA",
    		"heat_index_f":"NA",
    		"heat_index_c":"NA",
    		"windchill_string":"37 F (3 C)",
    		"windchill_f":"37",
    		"windchill_c":"3",
    		"feelslike_string":"37 F (3 C)",
    		"feelslike_f":"37",
    		"feelslike_c":"3",
    		"visibility_mi":"6.0",
    		"visibility_km":"9.7",
    		"solarradiation":"56",
    		"UV":"0","precip_1hr_string":"-999.00 in ( 0 mm)",
    		"precip_1hr_in":"-999.00",
    		"precip_1hr_metric":" 0",
    		"precip_today_string":"0.11 in (3 mm)",
    		"precip_today_in":"0.11",
    		"precip_today_metric":"3",
    		"soil_temp_f": "0.0",
    		"soil_moisture": "0.0",
    		"leaf_wetness": "0.0",
    		"icon":"rain",
    		"icon_url":"http://icons-ak.wxug.com/i/c/k/rain.gif",
    		"forecast_url":"http://www.wunderground.com/US/VA/Yorktown.html",
    		"history_url":"http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=KVAYORKT2",
    		"ob_url":"http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?query=37.182751,-76.470512"
    	}
    }
    
    

    I've been reading and trying for about 5 days now, to learn about populating charts with data pulled from a source and I give up.  I consider myself to be a less than fair at coding but I try to take things I find on this forum and other places and piece them together to make something work.  So far I have failed miserably.

     

    I am trying to produce a single chart (Single Series Column 2D or anything) that displays temperature for my area.  I would like to pull the temperature from a local WUNDERGROUND spot for display on a Dashboard I am creating.  The data for the other charts on my Dashboard are static .xml files and they all work well.  

     

    Where I need help is writing the code for a SSC2D chart using the data I pull using the WUNDERGROUND json file.  Above is the json file.  The data I need for the VALUE is under "current_observation" "temp_f".

     

    I would truly appreciate any help you could offer.  I am a registered owner of FusionCharts XT and therefore would like to use a chart from that package.

     

    Once again, Thanks!

    Rudy