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Simple tag abstraction for jquery sparklines

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Django Sparklines

This is a simple template tag abstraction to jquery sparklines. Simple graphs useful for basic activity trends.

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‘sparklines’, in INSTALLED_APPS

{% load sparkline_tags %}

Included is three tags

{% sparklines_script_tag %}

<script src=’..jquery’> tags for the <head>

{% sparkline list [dict options]%}

will take a list of integers

see for options

{% queryset_sparkline queryset date_field [dict options, date start, date end, int step, str mode] %}

will take a queryset and model.date_field string and plot frequency of records. A simple example would be plotting auth.User by date_joined.

By default it will render frequency for the last 52 weeks.

Example: {% queryset_sparkline users ‘date_joined’ %} where users is User.objects.all()

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