Ben Ramsden

GFChart v2.0.0

Filter users will experience significant improvements in v2.0.0 released today. Our core code has been refactored to use the Gravity Forms Query API to improve performance. Shortcode filtering has been improved with new functions greaterthan and lessthan. Date and time filtering is now based on the local install time zone rather than UTC previously. Full …

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Survey Bar example

Bar chart from survey

Goal: present survey data in a bar chart. Uses: Surveys Time: 5 mins for one question. Clone others in seconds. Ingredients: Gravity Forms, GFChart (ALL) Step 1 This chart is made using the results from forms using Gravity Forms standard radio buttons (note that advanced survey field radio buttons will not display with labels). Ensure that your survey …

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survey pie example

Pie chart from survey

Goal: present survey data in a pie chart. Uses: Surveys Time: 3-5 mins for one question. Clone others in seconds. Ingredients: Gravity Forms, GFChart (BASIC) Step 1 This chart is made using the results from forms using Gravity Forms standard radio buttons. Ensure that your survey has been created within Gravity Forms and there are entries. Step 2 …

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GFChart v1.17.0

13-Jun-20 Sydney Australia: GFChart v1.17.0 was released today which features extensive user interface and layout improvements to accelerate your workflow. Changes Improvement: Many layout and user interface enhancements. Improvement: Various security enhancements. Fix: special character and comma display issue fixed in charts. New: Checkbox fields enabled for Pie Charts. New: Payment Status field converted to …

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Thank you to the farmer in 1989 who persuaded me to attend PressNomics in 2019

It was a very windy day when 100s of us launched 1,000 helium filled balloons. Back in 1989 I was Vice-President of the Students’ Union. We thought that a mass balloon launch would be a fantastic way to protest against the proposed introduction of student loans! A few days later I received a letter from …

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