Insert "Two-dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget" in Confluence using markup

Hello everyone!

I have a project status page that I generate from a script in wiki markup language.  I would like to add a "Two Dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget" to this page with the x-axis configured to show "Severity" and the y-axis configured to show "Priority".

I am able to add this using the Confluence editor, I can browse through the list of macros and add it, then configure it in the macro browser and it gives me what I want.

What I want to do now is create that same table using markup language only, so it can be part of my script-generated page.

Is it possible?

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