1. Default settings
The code below is the source for this graph.
// 1. Default settings require_once 'SVGGraph/autoloader.php'; $settings = [ 'auto_fit' => true, 'back_colour' => '#eee', 'back_stroke_width' => 0, 'back_stroke_colour' => '#eee', 'stroke_colour' => '#000', 'axis_colour' => '#333', 'axis_overlap' => 3, 'grid_colour' => '#999', 'label_colour' => '#000', 'axis_font' => 'Arial', 'axis_font_size' => 10, 'pad_right' => 0, 'pad_left' => 10, 'minimum_grid_spacing' => 20, 'bar_space' => 3, ]; $width = 300; $height = 300; $type = 'BarGraph'; $values = [ 'Jan' => 31, 'Feb' => 28, 'Mar' => 31, 'Apr' => 30, 'May' => 31, 'Jun' => 30, 'Jul' => 31, 'Aug' => 31, 'Sep' => 30, 'Oct' => 31, 'Nov' => 30, 'Dec' => 31, ]; $hot = ['red','yellow']; $warm = ['yellow','blue','white']; $cold = ['blue','white']; $colours = [$cold,$cold,$cold,$warm,$hot,$hot,$hot,$hot,$warm,$warm,$cold,$cold]; $graph = new Goat1000\SVGGraph\SVGGraph($width, $height, $settings); $graph->colours($colours); $graph->values($values); $graph->render($type);
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