Custom axis labels now work as expected, no changes required on your side 😉
Horizontal grouped bar chart and chart labels corner-case fixed
Custom axis labels (chxl) are now evenly spaced along the axis
Dependency graphs directly in Google Sheets
🕸Did you ever wanted to draw your Product roadmap or software dependencies directly from Google Sheets?
Now you can 😉 !
Hiding extraneous labels
Some of our customers had a lot of data points and asked us if it was possible to automatically hide current extraneous displayed labels from the x axis.
We're happy to announce that we've extended Google Image Charts axis style (
chxs) implementation and added a new optional parameter
s to let Image-Charts automatically hide extraneous labels, e.g.
Stacked charts fixed
There was a regression in
bvs charts and stacked line chart, we've added automated testing and they are now fixed!
Bubble chart support
The data format (
chd=) differs a little from what we had before since each bubble require an
y and an optional radius
cht=bb chd=a:<serie1_bubble1_x>,<serie1_bubble1_y>[,<serie1_bubble1_r>],_,<serie1_bubble2_x>,<serie1_bubble2_y>[,<serie1_bubble2_r>],_,<serie1_bubble3_x>,<serie1_bubble3_y>[,<serie1_bubble3_r>]| <serie2_bubble1_x>,<serie2_bubble1_y>[,<serie2_bubble1_r>],_,<serie2_bubble2_x>,<serie2_bubble2_y>[,<serie2_bubble2_r>],_,<serie2_bubble3_x>,<serie2_bubble3_y>[,<serie2_bubble3_r>]
Labels, axis labels, axis range, gif animation and a lot of other features are already supported, check the documentation for more!
POST requests query parameters support
We did not see it until now, but Google Image Charts API POST api both read payload and query parameters.
After a year it was time for a documentation redesign.
It's now faster to load, has an integrated search engine and we think it's way more enjoyable to read. Oh, and don't forget to take a look at our chart gallery!
Data format: Awesome Text Format
The awesome text format is the easiest text format available. It was not defined in Google Image Charts and we've implemented it due to high demand and usage.
It has floating point numbers, no lower-upper value limitation (unlike Google Image Charts limitation), automatic scaling (no need for
chds=a). Any value below or above zero is valid, no truncation anymore. It's the easiest to use, read and write by hand.
Read more on the awesome text format.
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Surely Image Charts will start publishing changelogs very soon.
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