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  1. Hi, I can't seem to get filemaker pro to plot google charts the way I want them in web viewer. I want the graph to look something like this: ...Seems it would be pretty basic at first but I can't get this particular multi-series chart to work. It needs to plot ALL the records and MORE THAN ONE series. I've created one table called 'MyTable' with 3 fields 'CarName', 'CarSpeed' and 'CarWeight'. I've populated the table with 5 records. CarName on the Y-Axis, and against this, CarSpeed and CarWeight are plotted on the X-Axis as 2 series. i.e. series one is 'CarName' vs 'CarSpeed', series 2 is 'CarName' vs 'CarWeight' I've managed to successfully create 2 graphs, first one plots the series ok but only works for one record. The second, in which I've used an ExecuteSQL command to collect the table data from FMP, shows all the records but for only one field on the X-Axis. Any help appreciated. I'm running filemaker pro 14, and I've attached the fmp file, as well as the javascript code from the web viewer of each graph. Any help greatly appreciated Google Charts-Demo File.fmp12 AllRecords-OneSeries.rtf AllSeries-OneRecord.rtf
  2. I have several reports that use Google Charts displayed through a web viewer to display a "'gas gauge" type of chart. This is a very popular style for our dashboard reports to the point where it is a requirement. I originally started using them in FileMaker 14 and they worked great. When FileMaker 15 came out they wouldn't work at first but then did after an update to the code. I'm now testing Filemaker 16 and they're back to not working properly. They do display on the screen just fine but if you try to print preview, print, or Send to PDF they do not show. Does anybody have experience with this or know if a setting changed in FMPA 16 that could be causing them to not print?
  3. FileMaker offers many different options for charting, but if you need a chart that is not available in FileMaker, you should consider using Google Charts. Google Charts is a free Javascript framework that can be used in conjunction with web viewers in FileMaker to extend your charting capabilities. Learn more here!
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