I am currently developing a responsive website to primarily assist me in my current job….. I also have at work, an excel spreadsheet (that I downloaded years ago) that enables me to extract data in excel, from that spreadsheet and display meaningful information on dashboard graphs. The graphs have 7 bar charts, 2 pie charts and 2 tables that display data (see attached image).
On the left on the spreadsheet, there are 4 criteria that enable me to select department, location, year and employee. Depending on the selection(s), the data will display differently within the relevant graphs.
I need to integrate this functionality into my website. The website is primarily built in Angular with an Angular.js framework. It also already has a database table called employee with the relevant columns that are will accommodate the necessary data for the graphs. But it has no graph functionality.
There is already a page(s) in the website called dashboard which essentially revolves around a permission structure to which the admin can allocate the page to. This is the page where the work needs to display.
I require my website dashboard page to display the same look that is found on the excel spreadsheet above with one exception. The employee search field needs to be searchable in the same way other searchable fields are in the site. This is because there are hundreds of employees in the place I work and a scroll down menu will need be efficient.
This page needs to be responsive and viewable in mobile, tablet etc. view just as the site already is.
The code need to be appropriately commented and graphs created in line with the AngularJS framework. So not to avoid any doubt, I will also attach the downloaded excel spreadsheet to those shortlisted in test format so you can see for yourself the calculations, types of graphs and style that is expected.
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Hi there, We can create those charts from the attached screenshot of spreadsheet. The charts will be developed using D3.js and within your current Angular framework. Let us know when we can start. Thank you