Changes between Version 22 and Version 23 of VisualizationPlugin


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Jan 3, 2012 2:30:18 AM (3 years ago)
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robguttman
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    6262=== Existing report === 
    63 The most basic usage is adding a chart to an existing report - this can be achieved with almost no configuration.  Simply list the reports in the {{{[viz]}}} section: 
     63The most basic usage is adding a chart to an existing report - this can be achieved with almost no configuration.  Simply list the reports in the {{{[viz]}}} section in {{{trac.ini}}}: 
    6464{{{ 
    6565[viz] 
     
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    133 The above will add a burndown chart to your milestone pages just above the stats drilldown section: 
     133The above will add a burndown chart to your milestone pages: 
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    135135[[Image(burndown.png)]] 
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    137 In the configuration above, the {{{source}}} specifies the data source (in this case the local sumstats plugin) and the {{{selector}}} specifies the DOM element where the graph should be inserted before.  You can position graphs anywhere by specifying an appropriate selector. 
     137In the configuration above, the {{{source}}} specifies the data source (in this case the local sumstats plugin) and the {{{selector}}} specifies the DOM element where the graph should be inserted before (in this case just before the stats drilldown section).  You can position graphs anywhere by specifying an appropriate selector. 
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    139139See the [wiki:SumStatsPlugin SumStats plugin] for details on how to configure it for alternative visualizations (e.g., by adding a {{{query}}} to specify the columns to return and their order). 
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     141=== Any graph on any page === 
     142As described above, you can add a graph or chart to any Trac page including wiki pages.  The steps are: 
     143 1. Create a {{{[viz.<page-url>]}}} section in {{{trac.ini}}} 
     144 1. Set its {{{source}}} option to the remote data source utl 
     145 1. (Optional) Add a {{{query}}} option as appropriate for the data source 
     146 1. Set the {{{selector}}} to the DOM location before which the graph should be inserted 
     147 1. Configure the {{{type}}} and {{{options}}} as desired 
     148 
     149To embed iGoogle Gadgets in wiki pages using WikiFormatting, you may wish to try [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/TracGViz TracGViz plugin] )I have not yet tried this myself). 
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