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I am new to Drupal. As a beginner I want to create a website which needs to store lots of information. And from the collected information (statistics), I want to map a graph (or chart) out of it.

My Question: Can it be done using Drupal?

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You can also use Charts: Charts

Transform Data into Information. Charts are a very good way to visualize a lot of data in a way that can be quickly digested.

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  • Can you help in giving a step by step procedure or a good tutorial link in establishing it.
    – Syamili V
    Commented Oct 9, 2014 at 12:24
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You can use Charts & Graphs, Charts or View Charts module. Through this you can show information in the form of graph.

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Since the other answers to this question were posted, many things have happened regarding the documentation of the Charts module. So here is an updated version of what is available today.

The Charts module is one of the typical charting modules that can use Google Charts as one of its Supported Charting Libraries. Here is part of what's currently included on the Charts project page:

Transform Data into Information. Charts are a very good way to visualize a lot of data in a way that can be quickly digested.

Features

  1. Wide chart type support: Pie, Line, Bar, Column, Area or Scatter charts.
  2. API: A Drupal-friendly syntax for creating charts easily, regardless of the underlying library.
  3. Views integration: Display the Views results as charts.
  4. Examples: The module includes lots of example charts for you to reference when building your own charts or chart library integration.
  5. Supported charting libraries: out of the box, you may use either (the new) Google Charts (GC for short) or Highcharts (HC for short) as the charting library.

To address the OPer's comment about 'step by step procedures' and 'documentation':

  • Start from the Community documentation about the Charts module.

  • There are around 10 child pages there, with topics such as:

  • This should help a bit "to get started" ...

    Disclosure: I'm a co-maintainer of the Charts module,
    I hope this does not violate the site's policy on self-promotion.

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