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Generating Drill down graphs capabilities in Android App

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I have been tasked to build a prototype to demonstrate drill down graph capabilities in Android App.

I was able to plot a line graph using dataset of X & Y coordinates using a custom function I had build. Now the challenge to me is that when I click on the any data points of the generated graph, I am able to show the selected coordinate in a pop up windows but not able to get to recursively call the function based on the coordinates, i had selected.

Just for the sake of illustration, I have 2 functions. One function allows me to plot the line graphs based on a array of data pointers and the other functions which plots a bar chart based on the inputs of the first charts. The issue is I am not able to  launch an Activity based on the select coordinates and passed it from one chart to another charts . I guess the intent isn't working.

I have attached the files of my program.

Any help enhancing the attached sample project would be great.
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Interesting problem. I assume you are using some sort of graphing library to generate your 2d graph. Can you indicate what that is? My intuition is that you will have to use a provided api callback to register the loading of your intent. This callback will have to be provided by the graphing library since it requires the coordinates to be supplied as parameters.
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