Charts in wpDataTables have one very useful feature: if rendered on the same page with a table they can re-render when the table is filtered using the Advanced Filter.
This can be helpful if you want to allow users visualize only some part of table data: e.g. activity only for a certain product type, or for a certain date range. Also this is useful if the table is really large and has ‘server-side processing‘ feature enabled; and rendering the chart for many thousands of rows would overload it and the page.
It is really simple to activate the follow table filtering for a chart. Just tick this checkbox in the chart create/edit wizard:
When this checkbox is ticked, and the settings saved, you can place the chart in the same post or page with your WordPress table. Then when you filter the table the data in the chart will be filtered as well:
Try to filter, sort or change the page in the table:
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