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Using Python REST API, create a chart from a table, with the same display of the one got from editor


using Python REST API, through the following wrapper module: atlassian-python-api · PyPI, I am creating a page using XHTML. My goal is to create a chart from a table, therefore I am using the chart macro described here: Chart Macro | Confluence Data Center and Server 5.9 | Atlassian Documentation, in particular, using the storage format version.

However I would like to obtain a chart that looks like the one I get when I create a chart from a table, using the browser editor, it looks better and it is also interactive, when you move the cursor on a point or bar, it appears the y-axis value for that point. If I use the storage format, I get a simple png picture.

I will insert a picture to explain myself better, this is the chart I got using the XHTML macro chart:
2023-05-25 10_43_35-TestFinalResult - Andrea Manganiello - Confluence and 7 more pages - Work - Micr.png


this instead is the one I want, got simply by clicking on a table, and selecting the "chart" button, one of the menu options that pop up underneath the table itself.

2023-05-25 10_44_01-TestFinalResult - Andrea Manganiello - Confluence and 7 more pages - Work - Micr.png
Is it possible to get a chart like the last one, using XHTML/Storage format macros?

Thank you very much in advance for your support.

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