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- SPServices Stories #2 – Charting List Data with HighCharts
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- SPServices Stories #9: Developing with Client-side Technologies: jQuery, REST, SPServices and jsRender
- SPServices Stories #10 – jqGrid Implementation Using SPServices in SharePoint
- SPServices Stories #11 – Using SPServices and jQuery to Perform a Redirect from a SharePoint List NewForm to EditForm
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This submission comes to us from an anonymous reader, who can’t publish the details under his (or her) name due to confidentiality issues. However, s/he has been able to generate some very useful charts with HighCharts using SharePoint list data as the underlying data sources.
Charting List Data with HighCharts
While HighCharts isn’t free, the licensing costs are quite reasonable. A similar approach would work with other charting engines out there which may be free.
The page has a Content Editor Web Part dropped into it with the Content Link pointing to a file containing the following:
This generates a chart which looks something like this: