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Create graph for database table

Posted on 2002-04-04
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I need a code that will be able to create a graph for the contents of database table maybe with the following fileds:ExpenseCategory and Amount,this graph should show the titile,the table fileds,and their figures also.I want different code for bar chart and a line chart.I have only 37 points available for a correct answer.Thus code has to basic,that is catering for extension of the table fields,whenever need arose.
Question by:humbk2002
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Expert Comment

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there is VB code for    GraphLite  (better than ms graph)
of course it is not full job but hope it helps

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Bahnass earned 148 total points
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Author Comment

ID: 6924791
My friend that code is not easy,it needs a lot of things.I have a code below,that generate a bar graph for items in a database query,this graph goes to a query and select two fields in that query and displays the information.This information is already stored in the database.This function is caled in a different  sub procedure,but it gives me a complie  error like this:

"Sub or funtion not defined"

 Public Function BarChartDraw()
 Dim numbExpenseCategory As Integer, maxExpensePayment As Single, i As Integer
 Dim lbl As String, lblwidth As Single, lblheight As Single
 Dim tickfactor As Single
 Set DB = OpenDatabase("Z:\Project\FinalProject(ExpensesMonitoringSystem).mdb")
Set RS = DB.OpenRecordset("qryExpenditure_transactions")
 numbExpenseCategory = 15
 maxExpensePayment = 0
Open "Z:\Project\FinalProject(ExpensesMonitoringSystem).mdb" For Input As DB
For i = 1 To numbExpenseCategory
Input #1, ExpenseCategory(i), Amount(i)
If ExpenseCategory(i) > maxExpensePayment Then
 maxExpensePayment = ExpenseCategory(i)
 End If
 Next i
 Screen.MousePointer = vbHourglass
 expGraph.Scale (-1, 1.2 * maxExpenseCategory)-(numbExpenseCategory + 1, -0.2 * maxExpensePayment)
 expGraph.Line (-1, 0)-(numbExpenseCategory + 1, 0)
 expGraph.Line (0, -0.1 * maxExpensePayment)-(0, 1.2 * maxExpensePayment)
 For i = 1 To maxExpenseCategory
 expGraph.Line (i - 0.2, Amount(i))-(i + 0.2, 0), , BF
 Next i
 expGraph.Line (i, ExpenseCategory(i))-(i + 1, ExpenseCategory(i + 1))
 End If
 expGraph.Circle (i, ExpenseCategory(i)), 0.01 * maxExpenseCategory
 Next i
 expGraph.CurrentX = -0.5
 expGraph.CurrentY = -0.1 * maxExpenseCategory
 expGraph.Print "Expense Categories "
 expGraph.CurrentX = 0.5
 expGraph.CurrentY = 1.2 * maxExpenseCategory
 expGraph.Print "Total Expenditure Transactions Made"
 For i = 1 To maxExpenseCategory
 lbl = Label(i)
 lblwidth = expGraph.TextWidth(lbl)
 tickfactor = 0.02 * maxExpenseCategory
 expGraph.Line (i, -tickfactor)-(i, tickfactor)
 expGraph.CurrentX = i - lblwidth / 2
 expGraph.CurrentY = -tickfactor
 expGraph.Print lbl
 Next i
 lbl = Str(maxExpenseCategory)
 lblwidth = expGraph.TextWidth(lbl)
 lblheight = expGraph.TextHeight(lbl)
 tickfactor = 0.02 * maxExpenseCategory
 expGraph.Line (-tickfactor, maxExpensePayment)-(tickfactor, maxExpensePayment)
 expGraph.CurrentX = -tickfactor - lblwidth
 expGraph.CurrentY = maxExpensePayment - lblheight / 2
 expGraph.Prit lbl
 End Function

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Hi humbk2002,
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