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Responsive Chart.js Example with AJAX Callback
<canvas id="invoice_status_chart" min-height="300" max-height="500"></canvas>
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
var invoice_status_data = {};
function invoice_status_chart() {
var can = jQuery('#invoice_status_chart');
var ctx = can.get(0).getContext("2d");
var container = can.parent().parent(); // get width from proper parent
var $container = jQuery(container);
can.attr('width', $container.width()); //max width
can.attr('height', $container.height()); //max height
var chart = new Chart(ctx).Doughnut(invoice_status_data);
var invoice_status_data = function () { ajaxurl, {
action: 'callback_id',
data: 'invoice_statuses',
security: 'nonce'
function( data ) {
invoice_status_data = [
value: data.status_temp,
highlight: "#363B3F",
label: "Temp"
value: data.status_pending,
highlight: "#FAD694",
label: "Pending"
value: data.status_partial,
highlight: "#FF5A5E",
label: "Partial"
value: data.status_complete,
color: "#76AB48",
highlight: "#86BC4A",
label: "Complete"
jQuery(document).ready(function($) {

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@bgoetzmann bgoetzmann commented Mar 16, 2016

Thanks for this Gist that inspired me! For anyone interested, I wrote an article in how to include this kind of chart in a Grails 3 application (it's in french), and for which the source code is here.

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