Sunday, March 11, 2012
“Google Chart Tools” makes very nice interactive mouse-over graphs for web pages.
Click the link below to access it.
Here is the HTML code for the example Pie Chart in the Google Gallery:
We want to modify the above chart to do results for our Car Colours in the Car Park Survey, which has this data:
All we have to do is mouse select highlight copy the HTML code out of the Gallery, and paste it into a text editor such as Notepad, and edit it up like this:
Because we were not doing a full stand alone web page, we then further edited the above code to remove the HTML, body, and Head beginning and end Tags, before we put it into the bottom section of this blog post.
We then take this code and copy and paste it into a web page or Google Blogger post, and we will have our mouse over interactive graph.
Eg. Try mousing all over the graph below and observe what happens.
Note that we can only put one graph on a web page or Blog Post.
If we wanted more graphs on a blog post or page, we would probably need to build each one on its own separate page and then iframe onto each one.
Big Passy Wasabi.
Friday, March 9, 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
In Simutrans you can build the transport networks you always dreamed of, with platforms, quays, level crossings, bridges, tunnels, signals and much more. Transport passengers between nearby cities with a commuter train or use a high speed train to earn big money by connecting cities further apart.Read more »
You can choose from a large amount of trains including steam, diesel and electric engines, along with multiple units - each with a different properties. Fleet of ships and ferries, buses, trams, trolley buses, trucks, and planes are at your daily disposal.
More exotic ways of transport include monorails and maglevs. Make your own bus system, transporting people throughout the city and lay out new bus routes to make cities grow. Watch your cities really come alive with trucks driving around carrying all kinds of goods. Supply the bookstore with new books and watch out, the Car Seller has almost run out of new cars! Be sure that the furniture factory has enough wood. Oops, the materials wholesaler has just sold his last planks, be quick to buy a new truck to strengthen out that route!