Re: [visualization-api] Independent series on an Annotation Chart

2014-04-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Eugene, We'll be exposing more capability for the AnnotationChart within the next few releases. I hesitate to tell you until we settle on the interface, but you can already add a 'chart' option in your options where you can add the necessary 'interpolateNulls' option, so your lines will be

Re: [visualization-api] prevent negative axis

2014-05-15 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Neil, You can constrain the lower end of the vertical axis like so: options = { ... vAxis: { viewWindow: { min: 0 } } } Since we can see 20 gridlines on your vertical axis, I suspect you have specified count: 20, and if so, the chart tries its best to show 20 gridlines, with a bit

Re: [visualization-api] Re: prevent negative axis

2014-05-15 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I don't understand the reason it changes at all. What change to the data, the options, or to your page, are you making such that when you draw() the chart again, there might be a difference? Perhaps you *need* to specify the viewWindow min and the max, so that each time the chart is drawn, it

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Is it possible to format the percentage in the pie chart to 2 decimal places instead of one?

2014-05-21 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
it as 77.8 and 33.2 I need to display more fraction digits in the percentage part On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 2:32 PM, 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API google-visualization-api@googlegroups.com wrote: Mohmoud, You have conflicting format options. As the docs about the pattern

Re: [visualization-api] medir tiempo (HH:MM:SS) google chart

2014-05-22 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Could you give us a link to a public web page that shows the problem you are seeing? Then we could look in the code to see what is going wrong. 2014-05-22 14:29 GMT-04:00 murphy horta camargo murphy.hort...@gmail.com: Muy buenas tardes, alguien podría ayudarme a mostrar una gráfica basado en

Re: [visualization-api] medir tiempo (HH:MM:SS) google chart

2014-05-22 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I think I understand you so far. However, I can't tell what you are doing that is causing the problem you are seeing, which is in the tooltip. If you could provide a link to a web page that shows the error, then we will be able to look at your code so we can see exactly what is happening.

Re: [visualization-api] medir tiempo (HH:MM:SS) google chart

2014-05-23 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
It sounds like what you want to do is format your data values, not your axis tick values. I see you have an option that says dateFormat: 'HH:mm:ss' but it doesn't work that way. You have to either convert your date or time data into string data, or at least specify the formatted representation

Re: [visualization-api] medir tiempo (HH:MM:SS) google chart

2014-05-23 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Glad we could communicate well enough, and it worked out for you :) On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 4:45 PM, murphy horta camargo murphy.hort...@gmail.com wrote: daniel thanks for your help, and I have the solution, wiht the link you sent me, and several reading it's importan the formatter,

Re: [visualization-api] Line Chart

2014-06-04 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
You didn't provide your data or options for us to look at, but since you indicate that the lines extend one month too far, I suspect you are using date values with months being one too high. That is, when you create Date values with new Date(, M, dd), the M values start at 0, not 1. This is

Re: [visualization-api] Re: AnnotatedTimeLine has quit working

2014-06-04 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Thanks for the update, and alerting us that active x filtering could cause this problem for others. On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 2:13 PM, 'Craig' via Google Visualization API google-visualization-api@googlegroups.com wrote: Active X Filtering was interfering with the display of the timeline. I

Re: [visualization-api] Line Chart

2014-06-04 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
, June 4, 2014 4:04:39 PM UTC-4, TheInnovator wrote: Thanks! I can't stop banging my head on that issue now. haha.. On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 4:02 PM, 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API google-visualization-api@googlegroups.com wrote: We don't have a way of dealing

Re: [visualization-api] Multiple google pie charts not working in IE8.

2014-06-10 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Amol, If you are using this success handler more than once, you will likely have unpredictable problems with it because of two main problems: You have several global variables that, when you assign to them, the values will replace previous values: data2, aP, bP, cP, dP, and maybe more.

Re: [visualization-api] b[le] is not a function -- issue

2014-06-11 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Misbah, The code you included is not complete enough to tell why you are seeing the error that you reported, but I can see one potential problem just by inspection. You are using a categoryPicker that is not defined. Maybe you have it defined outside of this drawVisualization function, in

Re: [visualization-api] b[le] is not a function -- issue

2014-06-11 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Thanks for posting your code, but this can't be your entire code because the call of the drawVisualization must include arguments that provide the data and columns. I tried to make up some data that looks like what you expect, and I don't see the problem you are reporting, so it might be there is

Re: [visualization-api] b[le] is not a function -- issue

2014-06-12 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I'm not quite sure what you are trying to do, but I see the source of the problem. In your table 'ready' handler, you are setting the table of the line chart and drawing it, with this code: line.setDataTable(groupedData); line.draw(); Commenting out

Re: [visualization-api] form select multiple parameters connection DB

2014-06-13 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Vincenzo, When you call google.setOnLoadCallback() it always takes a function, not a function call and setOnLoadCallback always calls that function with no arguments. Sounds like you might be stuck, except you can create another function that calls your drawChart function with one or more

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Display the value of a point even if not focusing on it

2014-07-07 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
A new 'chart' option will let you fix this yourself now by adding this to your options: options = { 'chart': { 'focustTarget': 'category' } } I will make this default in a future verison. Thanks for reporting it. On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 1:56 PM, Andrew Gallant asgallant...@gmail.com

Re: [visualization-api] Independent series on an Annotation Chart

2014-07-29 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Yes, this option is in the current release (1.0). It only applies to the main chart, but if you need the same thing for the range selector, there is another option for that. How are you using this option? I was a bit vague in my last message. Within the option structure that you provide to the

Re: [visualization-api] clearChart() undefined for Annotation Charts

2014-08-06 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Willie, Sorry to hear about your experience, but thanks for reporting what you found. You are quite correct that the function named 'clearChart' is not available, and similarly, 'getContainer' is supposed to be available, but is also missing. These problems will be fixed in the next release.

Re: [visualization-api] XY line charts (or XY charts with connected points)

2014-08-12 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Bryan, This has been accomplished (long ago) in a couple different ways. 1. There is a ScatterChart which allows you to plot rows of independent x-y points with continuous values for both x and y, and you can optionally connect the adjacent points with a line. 2. The LineChart allows the domain

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Annotation Chart stability

2014-08-13 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Another release, due out within a couple weeks, will have a few more fixes to the AnnotationChart. I've addressed most of the compatibility issues relative to the annotatedTimeline chart, and it seems fairly stable now. There will be more changes in the future to continue to generalize it and

Re: [visualization-api] Scatter chart with data points showing number of data per date/month/year. On zoom of the data point it should scatter into sub data points

2014-08-18 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Ananya, Sorry for the delayed response. Using explorer mode with timeofday should now be working. There were some bugs that got fixed in the meantime. On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 9:11 AM, Ananya ojhaananya.o...@gmail.com wrote: Can I have scatter like with points like

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Range selector Annotation Chart

2014-08-18 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The AnnotationChart uses a ChartRangeFilter for the range selector, and there is actually an undocumented option that controls whether to do this auto-zooming of the range selector, when the selected range is small enough. I tried changing this option, but it is not behaving as expected, so there

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Range selector Annotation Chart

2014-08-19 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Fixing the option to disable auto-zooming of the ChartRangeFilter should be relatively easy, since it is about disabling functionality. But I don't yet know why it is not working, and other things will tend to take higher priority, so I don't want to promise anything right now. There are some

Re: [visualization-api] Hiding few Zoom buttons in Annotation Chart

2014-08-19 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
There is a new feature coming out in the next release that will let you configure the zoom buttons. You can use this now if you load version '1.1'. Here is a summary of how to use it. There are two options, 'zoomButtons' and 'zoomButtonsOrder'. The zoomButtonsOrder value is just an array of

Re: [visualization-api] Chart Range Filter - hAxis label positions

2014-08-19 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Did you try using it like this: options: { ui: chartOptions: { hAxis: { textPosition: 'out' } } } See chartOptions on https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/controls#chartrangefilter On Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 9:13 AM, Shivani Kanakhara shivani.10@gmail.com wrote:

Re: [visualization-api] Chart Range Filter - hAxis label positions

2014-08-19 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Ah, well the problem is probably that there is no space outside the chart area for the axis labels. You'll have to also experiment with the height, chartArea.height, and chartArea.top options to leave enough space on the bottom for the axis labels. On Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 10:07 AM, Shivani

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Chart Range Filter - hAxis label positions

2014-08-20 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I set the control's ui.chartOptions.chartArea.height and increased the height, and it seems to work fine: http://jsfiddle.net/dlaliberte/0wb2zvye/ On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 2:17 AM, Shivani Kanakhara shivani.10@gmail.com wrote: Hello, i tried changing the chartArea options

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Chart Range Filter - hAxis label positions

2014-08-20 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
There is an undocumented range option for the AnnotationChart which you can use to control the range selector options. For example, the following will move the tick labels to the outside position: { range: { ui: { chartOptions: { height: 80, chartArea: {

Re: [visualization-api] Adding tooltips in Annotation Charts

2014-08-28 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Currently the AnnotationChart is limited to doing just what the old flash-based AnnotatedTimeline chart did. The datatable is limited to the same format as well, which doesn't allow for tooltips. Next steps will further generalize this base functionality, and unify the datatable format with that

Re: [visualization-api] Using Annotaion charts with dashboards and chart wrapper

2014-08-28 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
You should be able to use an AnnotationChart in a Dashboard, and it should work just like other charts in a dashboard. Let us know of any issues you discover. On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 2:39 AM, Shivani Kanakhara shivani.10@gmail.com wrote: Can we combine AnnotationChart with Dashboard? or

Re: [visualization-api] Adding suffix to legend values in Annotation charts

2014-08-28 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
It sounds like you want to use the numberFormats option. Will that work? https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/annotationchart On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 2:53 AM, Shivani Kanakhara shivani.10@gmail.com wrote: Can we add suffix to legend values in Annotaion charts?

Re: [visualization-api] Same information different indication

2014-09-01 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Schabagh, It is more likely that the data you provide to the chart is actually changing in some way. If you are sure the data comes in the same every time you reload the browser page, including the order of the data, then you may have some time-sensitive aspect of your code that depends on,

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Updating chart causes it to shrink

2014-09-02 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
There is a flaw in the gauge chart in which, if you don't specify a fixed size container, repeated redraws will shrink the height and width by 4px each time. The problem involves the cellpadding on the table which is 2px. We can remove it, but I'd like to move the padding to another place where

Re: [visualization-api] Problem with minValue and maxValue for vAxes in combo chart

2014-09-05 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
It appears your chart is doing what you described, so it is not clear what you want it to do that is different from that. I assume the red line is using the right-side axis and the bars are using the left-side axis. On Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 9:13 AM, Alexandre Carrie

Re: [visualization-api] Problem with minValue and maxValue for vAxes in combo chart

2014-09-05 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The minValue option is probably not doing what you assumed. It only specifies a value that is effectively added to your data, so the chart ensures that the minValue appears in the chart, but it doesn't mean the axis will go no lower than the minValue. However, the viewWindow.min option will do

Re: [visualization-api] Problem with minValue and maxValue for vAxes in combo chart

2014-09-05 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
You will have to specify the same viewWindow for *both* of your vAxes that should have the same viewWindow. Or you could *add* another option which is just the vAxis (rather than vAxes) as I said before. On Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 11:05 AM, Alexandre Carrie alexandre.car...@ipa-consulting.fr wrote:

Re: [visualization-api] Problem with minValue and maxValue for vAxes in combo chart

2014-09-05 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
If you add the vAxis.viewWindow.min option, you would have to remove the viewWindow.min option from each of the vAxes, otherwise they override. So now it appears that in the chart you attached, the lowest axis values are be the same value of -15 in both axes. However, now you probably want to

Re: [visualization-api] Problem with minValue and maxValue for vAxes in combo chart

2014-09-08 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
If the axes on the left and right have different scales, then you can only align 1 value between them. Since you want 0 to be aligned, here is how to work it out. You want your right-side axis to range between -15 and 150, and since 15, distance below the 0 value, is 1/10 of 150, then you need

Re: [visualization-api] Chart Editor

2014-09-08 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hello Amir, What part of the chart editor API are you interested in using? Since the chart editor IS a dialog, I wonder how you were thinking of using it without opening the dialog. On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 4:08 AM, Amir Bashan amir.bas...@cooladata.com wrote: Hello, I read the API of the

Re: [visualization-api] Chart Editor

2014-09-08 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Ah, interesting idea. It might be we could support an inline version of the editor, rather than always putting it in a dialog that overlays the chart. We don't have anything like that now, however. On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 9:37 AM, Amir Bashan amir.bas...@cooladata.com wrote: Hi Daniel, I'm

Re: [visualization-api] JSON datetime on AnnotationChart

2014-09-08 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The string-formatted date, as you appear to be generating, should work with JavaScript Literal datatable. Your datatable should look something like this: var data = new google.visualization.DataTable( { cols: [{id: 'task', label: 'Employee Name', type: 'string'}, {id:

Re: [visualization-api] Basic question about visualization chart

2014-09-12 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
That's an AnnotationChart, which is a built-in chart type. The docs are here: https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/annotationchart On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 3:43 PM, Cycles Guy cycles...@gmail.com wrote: I'd like to add a chart like this social mentions one to my blog:

Re: [visualization-api] Basic question about visualization chart

2014-09-12 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
It looks like this is the code they used: script type=text/javascript src=http://www.google.com/jsapi;/script script type=text/javascript google.load('visualization', '1.1', {'packages':['annotationchart']}); google.setOnLoadCallback(drawChart); function drawChart() {

Re: [visualization-api] AnnotationChart rendering issues in Angularjs

2014-09-12 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
There was a bug in earlier versions that didn't clear out old renderings of the chart when you redraw. I suspect that is what is going on for you. If you can use the latest candidate release by loading version 1.1 in your google.load(), then I suspect your problem might be solved. On Fri, Sep

Re: [visualization-api] Annotation Chart slows down for large amount of data

2014-09-15 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Shivani. I am actually working on a number of performance issues that I hope to resolve before the next release. The best suggestion I can offer to work around this deficiency is to do your own filtering ahead of time so the AnnotationChart never sees more than 1000 rows. On Mon, Sep 15,

Re: [visualization-api] bad yaxis in the annotated timeline chart SVG

2014-09-15 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi George, You should use the scaleFormat option and set it to something like '#.###'. This should probably be the default value so this problem doesn't come up so often. Thanks for raising it. On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 3:43 AM, George Michaelson g...@algebras.org wrote: I have data which is

Re: [visualization-api] Annotation Chart slows down for large amount of data

2014-09-15 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
We are aiming for a one-month release cycle. The previous cycle is almost finished, so we anticipate starting the next cycle in a week or two. On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 9:44 AM, Shivani Kanakhara shivani.10@gmail.com wrote: Ok so around what date is the next release coming?? Will it be in

Re: [visualization-api] Unneccessary x-axis scrollbar on tables when height is set

2014-09-17 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Jason, You can specify a width as well in the options, and experiment until you find a combination that works for your data. However, that is not a satisfactory answer if your data varies each time it is viewed. I've actually been doing a lot of work on the table chart sizing, and finally got

Re: [visualization-api] plotting small value using ColumnChart

2014-09-17 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Ronneil, You might want to look at the log scale option, especially if you have more tiny values that large values. However, we should be able to show even a zero value for the column and bar chart, with a minimum bar length of 1 pixel. Look for it in a future version of the charts. On Wed,

Re: [visualization-api] Annotation chart

2014-09-19 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Perhaps what you want is the interpolateNulls option, which you can add under the 'chart' option: options = { chart: { interpolateNulls: true } } If this doesn't do what you want, it would help if you could provide a link to the page with your chart, so we could look into the data and options

Re: [visualization-api] Unneccessary x-axis scrollbar on tables when height is set

2014-09-19 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Jason, Thanks, but I can't tell what is going on just from an image and the source that needs to be interpreted by your server. I can make some guesses, or things to look into, however. The table is already very tight regarding the amount of data being displayed in that space, though it looks

Re: [visualization-api] Re: How can I align left and right vertical axes?

2014-09-22 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Al, we don't have a solution for this yet. The current software design doesn't allow for this kind of alignment constraint between otherwise independent axes, so even after we decide on how we would want to specify the constraint, the implementation will require a significant redesign. We'll get

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Values inside category filter flow out..how to wrap the values?

2014-09-22 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Shivani, I suspect you are making some changes to the CSS of the page containing your category filter that affects the category filter rendering. If you can't figure out what that is, give us a link to the page and we can take a look. On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 3:50 AM, Shivani Kanakhara

Re: [visualization-api] [Help] Annotated Timeline chart blink(flash) when new data updated

2014-09-23 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Le Thanh Treiu, You should probably try to use the new AnnotationChart, which does not use flash, but makes use of the corecharts like the LineChart. See the documentation at: https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/annotationchart Let us know how it goes, and if

Re: [visualization-api] [Help] Annotated Timeline chart blink(flash) when new data updated

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I see your charts now, three of them. You are still using the annotatedtimeline chart, which I thought you were going to replace with the AnnotationChart. The mouse wheel zooming and mouse panning seem to work fine for the other two charts. The annotatedtimeline chart zooms the horizontal axis

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Displaying broken line

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
So you want to set interpolateNulls to false, so it doesn't interpolate the nulls between non-null values. On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 1:51 PM, Ronneil Camara ronneilcam...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Daniel, Yes, I do have interpolateNulls set to true. However, it's still showing the line connection

Re: [visualization-api] 24 hour time format for continuous date format x-axis line chart

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Yes, each set (e.g. minutes, hours) is for the different resolutions of the value. Look for the smallest non-zero part of the value to decide which resolution applies. So hours applies to 3pm but minutes applies to 3:15pm. On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 2:32 PM, John Beranek - PA

Re: [visualization-api] 24 hour time format for continuous date format x-axis line chart

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I believe these options should be available now just by loading 1.0. You could try 1.1 but it shouldn't make a difference for you. If you can point me at page that shows your chart, I can take a look. On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 2:50 PM, John Beranek - PA john.bera...@pressassociation.com wrote:

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Displaying broken line

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
This should be working, so I suspect something else is going on in the page. Can you give me a link to the page so I can see this in action? On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 2:38 PM, Ronneil Camara ronneilcam...@gmail.com wrote: I've set it to false but it's still connecting them.

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Displaying broken line

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Since the default for interpolateNulls is false, then the problem with ng-google-chart might be that it always adds the option with value true, thus overriding your option. On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 3:23 PM, Ronneil Camara ronneilcam...@gmail.com wrote: I created a ticket on ng-google-chart.

Re: [visualization-api] 24 hour time format for continuous date format x-axis line chart

2014-09-24 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Yes, this is a flaw in the current formatting mechanism, that it doesn't include a context value, such as the day and month at least once. Making the format of this context value be customizable is part of the issue. The best you can do now is, if you know what the context is, add it to your

Re: [visualization-api] [Help] Annotated Timeline chart blink(flash) when new data updated

2014-09-25 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
You could try the 'allowRedraw' option, but since you are changing your data for each redraw, I am not sure this will work for you. We are not working on the AnnotatedTimeline chart any more, so if this doesn't work, you are out of luck with this chart. If you otherwise like the AnnotationChart,

Re: [visualization-api] Table with BarFormat in dashboard doesn't render?

2014-09-28 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Anthony, You want to put the chart options in an options option for the chart wrapper, so your 'allowHtml' option will be used by the chart. https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/reference#chartwrapperobject On Sat, Sep 27, 2014 at 6:51 PM, AM apmil...@gmail.com wrote: I

Re: [visualization-api] Why date values are repeated on horizontal axis in Webkit browsers?

2014-10-03 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I wonder about the UTCYear solution, though. What will it show when UTC has crossed the year boundary but the local date has not? I think the whole thing about showing local dates and times is wrong. The data should specify the location where a date applies, and we shouldn't assume the local

Re: [visualization-api] Pie Chart suddenly stop working for chrome

2014-10-07 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Mael, We are in the process of rolling out a new release, so when you load '1.0', you now get the new version. We try to avoid bugs by staging the rollout to find out if anyone is affected. Your report is the first problem we have heard, so we are very interested to find out what might be

Re: [visualization-api] Pie Chart suddenly stop working for chrome

2014-10-07 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
It does look like we have a problem. We are going to rollback, so this problem should clear up in a couple hours. As we debug the problem and prepare a new candidate, you can test this also, if you want, by loading 1.1 instead of 1.0. Thanks. On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 4:43 PM, Mael Caldas

Re: [visualization-api] White Shadow Around hAxis Labels

2014-10-07 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Pasha, There is a new 'auraColor' option that you can include in any of the 'textStyle' options to control this shadow color. It may be that the auraColor ought to be the same as the background color, even if it is transparent. We'll have to check why it is white and decide whether that is

Re: [visualization-api] White Shadow Around hAxis Labels

2014-10-07 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Glad to hear it. On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 8:25 PM, Pasha Bitz pavelb...@gmail.com wrote: Oops, scratch that last comment, the auraColor property is working fine. Thanks! Pasha On Tuesday, October 7, 2014 5:17:25 PM UTC-7, Pasha Bitz wrote: Thanks Daniel! I see that the change is reverted.

Re: [visualization-api] TableChart is showing full screen or How to setup width to 100%

2014-10-08 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Rajiv, There should be a 'width' option that you can set to '100%'. I can't see the App page you linked to, not without your permission, which I requested. But since it is an AppsScript app, you might need to ask the AppsScript folks for how to set the option, if you can't figure it out from

Re: [visualization-api] TableChart is showing full screen or How to setup width to 100%

2014-10-08 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
OK I looked, but I can't make any sense of the generated code (in the browser). You'll need to find out how AppsScripts should let you specify the options for the chart, and include that 'width' option On Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 7:55 PM, Daniel LaLiberte dlalibe...@google.com wrote: Rajiv, There

Re: [visualization-api] Dynamically update dashboard

2014-10-11 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hans, What you are doing sounds like it should work. Perhaps there is a javascript error which stops all processing before the second dashboard.draw(dt) call. If you can provide a link to a page with your dashboard, we could take a look at the code. Or if that is not possible, maybe you can

Re: [visualization-api] Google Charts animation

2014-10-14 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Tim, We don't support any other easing functions at this time, though it wouldn't be hard to add more. Which ones would you find most useful or essential? Or do you need a custom function? On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 11:10 AM, Tim Voronov tvoinfus...@gmail.com wrote: Hi there, does anybody

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Missing Vertical line on the column chart y axis left most

2014-10-16 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi karthikeyan, Here is a bit more detail about what Andrew alluded to. No vertical gridlines are shown for the horizontal axis when discrete (or string) values are used, not even for the line where you would think the vertical axis line should be, which is also usually the baseline. If you

Re: [visualization-api] Google Charts animation

2014-10-16 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Pavel, We plan on supporting a variety of startup animations at some point. The current code base has a number of issues that limit our choices, but we may be able to add at least one form of the startup animation. One complication, if you want to try doing this yourself, is that if you

Re: [visualization-api] Area Chart - Change vAxis direction, but dont reverse filled area

2014-10-21 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hey Joe, You can set the baseline value for the vAxis, which is used by the area chart to control what the area is relative to. It should default to zero. On Oct 21, 2014 5:04 AM, Joe casper.korsga...@gmail.com wrote: Hi All, Is it possible to set an area charts vAxis direction to -1 and

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Can i show number value to the baseline column

2014-10-22 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Bill, We don't have any support for drawing axis labels on the baseline positioned in the middle of the chart. It looks like a reasonable idea for this kind of application, however, so I expect we will support it some time in the future. On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 9:02 AM, Bill Do

Re: [visualization-api] Failing to render - Line chart via google spreadsheet

2014-10-23 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi misbah, I'm not seeing a syntax error, but I am seeing the google.load() call failing because you haven't loaded the jsapi library first. Add to the External Resources section (on the left) this URL: http://www.google.com/jsapi That will get you further along. You didn't give public access

Re: [visualization-api] Blurry Charts?

2014-10-23 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The two charts in figures 10 and 11 look the same to me, but 14 and 15 do look different. We do position the bars at whole pixel boundaries. But if a stroke width is drawn around the bars, half of the stroke will be drawn outside the rectangle and half on the inside. So if the stroke width is

Re: [visualization-api] Re: How to remove the X,Y axis grid lines on Column chart

2014-10-28 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The vertical gridlines are actually associated with the horizontal axis, since they are based on where the horizontal ticks are placed. So you need to specify your gridlines.color option in the hAxis options rather than the vAxis options. This is a frequent confusion, and we are wondering if

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Can I use ChartRangeFilter for Timeline charts

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Mael and Nick, We rolled out a new v40 yesterday, but the rollout itself failed to complete, so we are rolling it back. There is very likely an inconsistency in the state of the deployed code during this transition, which we would of course like to avoid, but we can't fix that with the

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Charts suddenly stopped working in production

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Mael and Nick, (I meant to post this here rather than in the other thread) We rolled out a new v40 yesterday, but the rollout itself failed to complete, so we are rolling it back. There is very likely an inconsistency in the state of the deployed code during this transition, which we would

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Charts suddenly stopped working in production

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Chris, Regardless of whether the rollback has completed, what you are seeing sounds like it is related to a new feature that doesn't work well with your black background. You can override the auraColor of the axis title and labels to make it 'transparent' like so: hAxis: { textStyle: {

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Charts suddenly stopped working in production

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The Google Charts code that your page loads gets updated over time. There have been half a dozen updates since a year ago. We do try to keep things working backward compatibly. I'm not sure what we will do about this problem; it depends on how many other charts end up looking bad, and whether

Re: [visualization-api] PIE Chart issues in IE

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Are you using GWT? If so, I am surprised that ie10 has this problem. On Oct 30, 2014 4:20 PM, VA vaishnaviacha...@gmail.com wrote: Can anyone help me out in the following error- Cannot mutate object to Piechart. stack error Started getting the error recently in IE 10. Works in other

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Charts suddenly stopped working in production

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Cyb, You have found an inconsistency with previous behavior, though I am not yet sure whether it qualifies as a bug. It used to be that the cssClass option (for the CategoryFilter anyway) would allow spaces in the value separating more than one css class name. The latest version breaks that

Re: [visualization-api] PIE Chart issues in IE

2014-10-30 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The GWT PieChart issue in IE is caused by our attempted workaround for another problem, but it turns out to be inadequate for IE9, 10, and perhaps even 11. In case you are interested, this other problem we are trying to workaround is that we need to get the GWT library updated to match the

Re: [visualization-api] unable to apply options to bar chart

2014-10-31 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi Marc, Glad to hear you are trying the new Material bar chart. I believe you might have missed this section of the docs ( https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/barchart): The Material Charts are in *beta*. The appearance and interactivity are largely final, but the way

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Charts suddenly stopped working in production

2014-10-31 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I see the problem. The cssClass does replace the google-visualization-controls-categoryfilter class rather than add to it. The documentation for the cssClass does say: The CSS class to assign to the control, for custom styling. So I was incorrect to suggest the cssClass would be added rather

Re: [visualization-api] PIE Chart issues in IE

2014-10-31 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
At this point, we are going to try to patch the release rather than rolling back and pushing out another version (which would take longer and therefore could provoke more spurious errors during the updates). The only issue this patch will address is the GWT PieChart problem for IE. This should

Re: [visualization-api] PIE Chart issues in IE

2014-10-31 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
I will post again to this list when we are done. We are rolling back, after all, since there was not enough time to push through a patch. On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 1:32 PM, VA vaishnaviacha...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks Daniel for the response. I appreciate your help. Can you let me the status on

Re: [visualization-api] PIE Chart issues in IE

2014-10-31 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
The rollback is completed. We'll try pushing out v40 again with a new patch early next week. On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 1:43 PM, Daniel LaLiberte dlalibe...@google.com wrote: I will post again to this list when we are done. We are rolling back, after all, since there was not enough time to push

Re: [visualization-api] Re: TimeLine Chart getSelection how to get row?

2014-11-03 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
This is a bug. Thank you for reporting it. The 'bb' property should be 'row', but it was obfuscated by the compiler. We should have a fix for this in a future release, but in the meantime, you should check for both properties so your code will continue to work after this is fixed. Do it like

Re: [visualization-api] Re: TimeLine Chart getSelection how to get row?

2014-11-03 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Actually, this bug ought to be fixed in the very near future, with the v40 release that we hope to push out in the next couple days. On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 8:53 AM, Daniel LaLiberte dlalibe...@google.com wrote: This is a bug. Thank you for reporting it. The 'bb' property should be 'row', but

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Issue with Tooltips in Scatter Charts

2014-11-04 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Tristan, We have been trying to push out v40 for a couple months now, and we would like to proceed even with this bug that will affect you. (I wasn't aware of the seriousness of this problem until just now.) I realize it would mean that users will not be able to click on the points to get the

Re: [visualization-api] Can we provide filter on headers of table chart?

2014-11-05 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Good idea, Shivani. That would be a nice UI to add to the Table chart, but you would have to build that yourself at this point, and hacking into the generated HTML would not be particularly easy or reliable. Please post your suggestion to the visualization-api-issues list so we can keep track of

[visualization-api] Google Charts New Release: v40

2014-11-07 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
We have released v40. This means that all users are using this same version, independent of whether you load 1.0 or 1.1. - Word Trees https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/wordtree - Accessibility - Adding table with data for screen readers. - Fix for

Re: [visualization-api] Scale on the hAxis both bottom and Top with Line Chart

2014-11-10 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Andy, Can you point to an image that shows what you mean by a Mathematical Geometry chart? Did you mean to include an image in your message? There is currently no way to get the hAxis displayed on the top of most charts; only the bottom axis is supported (except in the new, beta, Material Bar

Re: [visualization-api] Re: Issue with Tooltips in Scatter Charts

2014-11-10 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
We have a fix that will be included in the next release cycle, starting in a couple weeks. I hope that will be soon enough for you. On Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 11:07 AM, Sukrity Chakraborty sukri...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Daniel, Our website has quite a lot of functionality around HTML tooltips and

Re: [visualization-api] Re: PIE Chart issues in IE

2014-11-13 Thread 'Daniel LaLiberte' via Google Visualization API
Hi George, Sorry to hear about this problem now. We released v40 with a patch that appears to work for other uses of PieChart via GWT (as far as I know), so there appears to be something different about your usage. Can you point us to a page that shows this problem so we can debug it? If you

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