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This package can generate SVG charts from sample data from a database.
It can data read from a database and generates charts of different types from that data. Currently it provides classes to generate bar and scatter charts.
The database with the data is defined by external configuration file.
Currently the package provides a seed command class that populates the database with random data, but another command class could be used to generate the data for the charts.
A simple system to log events in your PHP app
You need only to require this package in your project
`composer require jlaso/simple-stats
In order to let know the library where it can put it's database file and other things related with setup you can copy the distribution file config-stats-base.yml.dist in the root
of your project with the config-stats-base.yml
This file contains:
The database key configures how the sqlite will work, and the models key informs SimpleStats about the events we want to register.
Any change on any of these keys requires remove the sqlite database file in order that SimpleStats recreates new one.
For the moment no migration process is allowed.
That library uses svg files in order to show the results of the statistics.
In order to check the examples I provided a couple of commands that you can start from terminal
Create demo data
Create thousand of records in every event table with invented data.
### Create a graph svg file with the data
src/console graph:create --graph=scatter --event="clicks,ips,logins" --title="Events by day"
As you can see you can just pass one event table or several separated by commas.
The output default file is temp.svg.html.
## Graphs provided
As I told you the system uses a third party SVG library in order to represent statistical data.
For the moment there are this graph available:
Use: Data ordered in a bar or piles way
Use: Data with X reference (2d) with one or several dimensions
# Running the examples
Go to terminal and start PHP listening in the root folder of the project ```php -S localhost:8000```
Now you can go with your favourite browser to http://localhost:8000/samples/index.html
For the moment there are two examples. You have to see the same data in both, but using different technology. Just to show you
how easy is to use this library.
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