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I want to implement graphical representation for tables in confluence Edited

I want to implement graphical representation to the tables created in confluence. I have tried your document but not achieving the desired result. 

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Hi @Nitesh S P ,

Check if your company uses any additional apps for visualizing table data. Standard Chart macro is not very flexible, so maybe you should try smth else.

We can suggest using our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app and its Chart from Table macro that is more advanced and "clever".

Here is our demo server for you to try creating charts and graphs.

I am sure I can do 9. I'm still pretty confused by how all this has happened but I appreciate all of the help. 

Er, this is a public forum, not a support channel, and most people here are volunteers.  I am not saying no-one here will offer you a screen share session, but you're talking in a room with tens of thousands of people in it, most of them not Atlassian support.

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What have you tried to do, and what are you trying to achieve?

Aw man I'm just trying to find a solid starting point. I seem to have a lot of products now.  I'm not sure which product I really need to focus on to advertise to users.

That's fair, I often look at Jira, think "maybe a thingy that does this would help this client", look in the marketplace and feel utterly overwhelmed.  Sometimes even just opening the gadget list is daunting.

When I feel like that, I tend to simplify - go back to the client and ask for a problem statement (not even a solution from them, but what they think they're looking for).  Here, it sounds like they're looking for some form of information (always good to do visuals if you can, raw numbers aren't that human-friendly), but I'd want to ask broadly what they want to see?  Estimates of work over actuals, progress across a project, time spent on stuff, which projects are consuming the most/least resource - that sort of open question can be really helpful getting you started, as it gives you a definite focus.

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