Short answer: No
Longer answer: The Chart macro gets its data from the table that you add within the macro on the page. This means that you can't drop an Excel spreadsheet in or link from another page. The only possible answer would be to use an Excerpt Include or Page Properties report within the Chart macro itself, but I don't know if that would work.
In the Atlassian Marketplace there are a number of paid-for and free add-ons that allow you to do this
@software.tooling How exactly did you get this working with the Excerpt Include macro? Did you add the macro in the chart setup under the tables section of the chart macro or somewhere else? Just started using confluence over the last few months, so I'm not entirely sure if this process is different from what you did over a year ago. Thanks for your help.
@software.tooling I have tried this with both the excerpt include and page include macros and no joy. Does it still work for you? The chart does not render when I view the page. The chart does, ironically, render when I preview the chart macro while the page is in edit mode.
Comparison of Chart macro against Chart from Table macro on stiltsoft.com lists a number of macros (the Page Properties Report Macro being one of them) that will work with the Chart Macro and the Chart from Table Macro (see "Support for data tables generated by other macros").
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