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[resolved] Multiple Data Series XML

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I was wondering if there is a way to graph multiple series on the same chart using xml instead of the html table method. and without putting the xml in a separate file. i know how to do this using fusion charts without the jquery plug in, but with out the plug in, the charts wont work (all that's displayed is 'no available data', even though the chart i was testing was copied from an example chart).

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Greetings,

 

 

 

Refer to "3. Plugin Usage -> Providing Data to Charts -> Passing XML String As Data" section of the jQuery documentation PDF located at http://www.fusioncharts.com/jquery/docs/.

 

 

 

Also, in the downloadable package, refer to "Examples/data-source-xmldata.html" file that has a sample implementation of single-series charts. You can easily change it to multi-series by (1) using a multi-series chart alias in "type" attribute and then (2) providing a multi-series data xml in the "data" attribute.

 

 

 

Just in case you want to refer to FusionCharts Free documentation while building multi-series XML, see "Chart XML Reference -> Multi-Series Charts" at http://www.fusioncharts.com/free/docs/.

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thank you much.... i had no idea that the documentation was different for the fusion charts free vs. the full version. hopefully after we're done testing here, we'll buy the full version :)

 

 

 

cheers mate!

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Guest Basundhara Ghosal

Hi,

You are welcome.

Hope it works fine and hope to hear from you soon.

Keep smiling and keep FusionCharting. :)

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Ah yes... you got it right! FusionCharts Free is a separate product. FusionCharts Free aims to fulfill your basic charting needs with a very commonly used set of charts, having the necessary but basic features. Its features however are a lot limited than FusionCharts v3.

 

 

 

FusionCharts v3, on the other hand, provides you advanced charting options like exporting chart as image/PDF, gradients, 3D lighting, better animation with an easy way for building your own animation styles, exporting chart data as CSV/XML, in-built debugger, enhanced AJAX support and advanced filter effects like shadow, blur and bevel which you can apply to the various chart elements. It also provides advanced chart types like true 3D charts, scroll charts, glass-effect column charts, dual Y-axis charts to name a few.

 

 

 

FusionCharts v3 evaluation version allows you to try out all these advanced options and more. So, if you are aiming to use FusionCharts v3, you can already start using the no-limitation FusionCharts v3 Evaluation from http://www.fusioncharts.com/download/.

 

 

 

You can easily use the existing jQuery Plugin by simply implementing the code sample to change default configuration mentioned at http://www.fusioncharts.com/forum/Topic26755-77-1.aspx.

 

 

 

And then you can take hints from this blog post: http://www.shamasis.net/2010/03/jquery-plugin-for-fusioncharts-1-0-0b/

 

Read the section there saying "Using this plugin with FusionCharts v3".

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