Google Sheets comes with a variety of chart options.
However, if you want to create charts in WordPress, then this post will show you how to do it using Google Sheets.
As we learned earlier what dynamic data is? And commonly used data sources. In this blog, We will convert our static chart to dynamic using “Google Sheet”.
- Follow the below steps for learning how to create WordPress charts from Google Sheets –
Step 1 – Selection of Chart
Open Graphina – WordPress Chart Plugin and select the chart where you want to display the data of google sheet
Step 2 – Changing Data Option from Manual to Dynamic
Select chart data option and change the time from “manual” to “dynamic” and we can see the message of the no data available that’s because we have not selected the data source till now.
Step 3 – Adding WordPress Charts from Google Sheets
Select the dynamic data option and change the type to “Google Sheet”
Below you will have the option to paste the URL link
Now select “publish to web”
“Google Sheet” has been made you need to simply go to files and then share
Then change it to CSV in this dropbox, now copy the link
Paste to the given box.
Can you see the changes in the chart?
As you are at the chart and you can see there are two elements so select the “chart data option” and increase the data element by 2 and you can see the changes on your page. And the data from the google sheet is displayed with the least amount of effort.
Hereby, all the steps are covered for adding WordPress Charts from Google sheets –
That’s all for the google sheet in dynamic data
As we have seen many commonly used data sources in the previous blogs we will see all of that one by one nicely and how to use it in graphina.
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