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                <!-- Very Important: The element above the chart must have css position:relative, so the the weather icons' absolute positions will be calculated based on this container, rather than some element above it in the DOM. This has been done the CSS pane.-->
<div ng-app="chart-example" ng-controller="ExampleController" id="container_div">
  <!-- Chart -->
  <div id="chart_div" google-chart chart="chartObject" agc-on-ready="chartReady(chartWrapper)"></div>
  <!-- Icon List -->
  <div ng-repeat="icon in icons">
    <img ng-src="{{icon.value}}.svg" ng-style="" />
  <button ng-click="showCredits=!showCredits">Toggle Credits</button>
  <div ng-show="showCredits">
    <!-- Credits -->
      <!-- Colour Pallette -->
      <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" style="width: 240px; height: 120px; border: 0 none;" alt="Ocean" /></a>
      <br /><span style="font-size: 10px; color: #5e5e5e;"><a href="" target="_blank" style="font-size: 10px; color: #5e5e5e;">Color</a> by <a href="" target="_blank" style="font-size: 10px; color: #5e5e5e;">COLOURlovers</a></span>
      <!-- Clipart -->
      Weather icons found on <a href=""></a>, submitted by user <b>OCAL</b>.


                #chart_div {
  height: 400px;

#container_div {
  position: relative;


                //Setup Module and configure charts api
(function() {
  angular.module('chart-example', ['googlechart'])
    .value('googleChartApiConfig', {
      version: '1.1',
      optionalSettings: {
        packages: ['corechart'],
        language: 'en'

//Wrapping each component in an IIFE gives the
//component it's own namespace for variables
//and functions. It also tidies up the pen a bit.
(function() {
    .controller('ExampleController', ExampleController);

  ExampleController.$inject = ['$scope', 'chartObject'];

  function ExampleController($scope, chartObject) {
    $scope.chartObject = chartObject;
    $scope.icons = [];

    $scope.chartReady = function(chartWrapper) {
      var i, icon;

      //Clear the icons list.
      $scope.icons = [];

      // Get the DataTable instance from the chart wrapper.
      var dataTable = chartWrapper.getDataTable();

      //Get the chart's layout interface.  The layout interface
      //is an api for getting pixel coordinates that map to
      //data coordinates in the chart area.
      var chart = chartWrapper.getChart();
      var layoutInterface = chart.getChartLayoutInterface();
      var chartAreaBounds = layoutInterface.getChartAreaBoundingBox();

      //Iterate through the DataTable to generate a list of
      //icons to display.
      var rowCount = dataTable.getNumberOfRows();

      //Calculate the width of the icons.
      var iconWidth = chartAreaBounds.width / (rowCount + 1);
      //Max width of 30, keeps them from getting too tall.
      if (iconWidth > 30) {
        iconWidth = 30;

      for (i = 0; i < rowCount; i++) {
        icon = {};
        //Get the weather value from the DataTable
        icon.value = dataTable.getValue(i, 4);
        //Get the date = dataTable.getValue(i, 0);

        //CSS style for the icon. = {
            position: 'absolute',
            //Get the x location for this date value. Offset for icon width.
            left: (layoutInterface.getXLocation( - iconWidth / 2) + 'px',
            //Set the y location to the top of the chart area.
            top: + 'px',
            width: iconWidth + 'px'
          //Add the icon to the array on scope.

(function() {
    .factory('chartObject', chartObjectFactory);

  chartObjectFactory.$inject = ['$http'];

  function chartObjectFactory($http) {
    var chartObject = {};
    chartObject.type = "ComboChart"; = {};
    chartObject.options = {
      title: "Effect of Weather on Maple Sap Yields",
      series: {
        "0": {
          targetAxisIndex: 0,
          color: '4C66F2'
        "1": {
          targetAxisIndex: 0,
          color: '4131CF',
        "2": {
          targetAxisIndex: 1,
          color: '29E0BE',
          type: "bars"
      //Dual-Y Axis Definitions
      vAxes: {
        "0": {
          title: "Temperature (C)"
        "1": {
          title: "Sap Collected (L)"
      legend: 'none',
      hAxis: {
        title: 'Date'

    //Show only columns 0-3, so that it doesn't try to render value used for weather icons.
    chartObject.view = {
      columns: [0, 1, 2, 3]

    //This example is not about the data, so let's just pull in a json file.
        method: 'GET',
        url: ''

    function dataSuccess(result) { =;
    return chartObject;