Convert an existing Graph to a 3d version
- État: Closed
- Prix: $40
- Propositions reçues: 4
- Gagnant: aleksejnykonets
Résumé du concours
This is a relatively quick & easy task
We have an existing simple graph on our website - (see image attached) that displays performance data for our sales team.
The data is updated weekly
There are 4 columns in the graph -
column 1 for this week
column 2 for last week
column 3 for 3 weeks ago
column 4 for 4 weeks ago
There are 10 performance questions a sales person answers each week - scoring themselves from 1 to 10 (10 points is the maximum) for each question
They input a value for each one of those 10 performance question separately.
So in other words - 10 questions - each with an answer out of 10
question 1 = 7 points
question 2 = 3pnts
Q 3 = 9pnts
Q4 = 7pnts
Q5 = 2pnts
etc etc for all 10 questions
The 10 questions - answer values will be totalled for a score out of 100 - ie 60 out of 100 (10 questions with a max answer of 10 per question)
this value of 60 is then displayed on the graph in column 1
each column displaying the total value for that respective weeks 10 answers
each week the data shifts over to a new column - so after 5 weeks - the 4th weeks data has fallen away - week 3 data is now week 4 - week 2 is now week 3 - an there is a new current week in column 1
finally we want a line across the all the graphs - that is a the benchmark - this is their highest score ever it will adjust according to what ever the highest new value is.
Now we want that written in php - and this is how we want it too look -
IDENTICAL - I REPEAT IDENTICAL TO THIS EXAMPLE.
The data i gave you above will be displayed in this graph please
The graph needs to fully functional - as per data input above & as per the design - & we will test the code & require all coding on handover
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Commentaire de l'employeur
“Brilliant as usual ! ”
craigdubruyn, South Africa.