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Sharepoint chart web part question

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


I'm playing with Sharepoint Enterprise 2010 chart web parts, and am having problems producing a roll-up chart. In particular, I have a Sharepoint list of the form:

6/20/2010, Apple
6/25/2010, Banana
7/1/2010, Apple
7/2/2010, Grape
7/5/2010, Banana

I'd like to produce a bar chart where the X axis contains the category (Apple, Banana), and the Y axis contains a count of the number of occurrences in the list. Is that possible with the built-in chart web part, or do I need to go to a third-party product? After playing with it for quite some time (and browsing the web), it doesn't appear possible.



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