Radar Charts based on several form fields

Radar Charts based on several form fields

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  • odecharette

    Hi
    This is exactly what I need !
    Wich plugin do I need to install to be able to use the radar chart ?
    I actually have Gravity + MaxiCharts + MaxiCharts Gravity Forms Source Add-on
    But radar is not working

    Thanks !

    • MaxiCharts

      It should be working with
      – Gravity Forms (of course)
      – MaxiCharts
      – MaxiCharts GF Source Add-on

      upgraded to lastest versions.

      Which version are you working with ?
      Thanks!

    • MaxiCharts

      Please give the shortcode your are using and the public URL to check what is happening.

  • odecharette

    You’re right, I’m now able to have a radar chart but don’t manage to configure it correctly

    I have 2 questions with ID 2 and 3
    Each question has 4 radio answers with values : 0, 1, 2, 4
    I want both answers on the same radar
    Could you help me to configure le shortcode ?
    Thanks

    • MaxiCharts

      [gfchartsreports color_set="d310" gf_form_id="your_form_id" datasets_field="dataset_field_name" include="2,3" type="radar" height="600px"]
      Your dataset_field_name parameter should be the dataset reference : each answer of this field with a different value, will add a new dataset to radar. Values used for dataset will be the answers of fields 2 and 3 (each one creating an axis on the radar chart)

  • odecharette

    Do you have an email where I can share the access to the website (WordPress) because I tried many configurations but none are working..

    Thanks

  • odecharette

    Just to say it’s now working with gravity updated to V2.3.2
    Thanks !

    • MaxiCharts

      I am glad it works now ! 🙂

  • Vianney Desserprit

    Hi,

    First, thanks for this great plugin 🙂

    I try to make a radarchart based on 4 fields (results for a DISC Method test for one user) and I don’t know how to configure the chart on a page.

    Here the shortcode I’ve began to make :

    [gfchartsreports color_set="d310" gf_form_id="3" datasets_field="?" gf_entry_id="{entry_id}" include="23,24,59,60" type="radar" height="600px"]

    I’ve added the merge tag gf_entry_id=”{entry_id} to display the result for one user when he has submitted the form

    I don’t understand the use of dataset_field, could you explain the utility ? (error message : No Labels trying to prepare chart : 0)

    Thanks

    Vianney

  • Vianney Desserprit

    Hi,

    Thanks a lot ! It works fine with this item : https://maxicharts.com/create-a-radar-chart-profile-based-on-form-scores/

    Bye !

    Vianney

  • Luigi Pirandello

    can we use this option: datasets_field=”date_created” or we need to add a data field to the form?

  • Luigi Pirandello

    i think that there is a problema with “Let’s see an example chart!” example: show a radar chart for each included field.

  • Luigi Pirandello

    i inserted all kind of string and number but nothing, datasets_field is always ignored.

    • Luigi Pirandello

      i think there’s a bug on this file: mcharts_gf_source_add_on.php file of maxicharts-gravity-forms-source-add-on

      1) used shortcode
      [gfchartsreports gf_form_id="2" datasets_field="date_created" include="23,30,31,44,49,68,75" gf_entry_id="" type="radar" width="100%" height="300px" data_conversion="%" group_fields="1" mode="" custom_search_criteria='{"status":"active","field_filters":{"0":{"key":"created_by","value":"user:ID"}}}' chart_js_options="title: {display: true, text: 'Chart Title'}" /]

      2) fix to mcharts_gf_source_add_on.php file of maxicharts-gravity-forms-source-add-on:

      $atts = shortcode_atts($defaultsParameters, $atts);

      // Fix START
      $datasets_field = trim( $atts[‘datasets_field’] );
      // Fix END
      $type = trim( $atts[‘type’]);

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