How to run ChartDirector with Python and Django for interactive chart

(Last Updated On: April 11, 2018)

How to run ChartDirector with Python and Django for interactive chart

 

Instructions to run

The links are here as shown in the video

http://www.chartdir.com/forum/download_thread.php?bn=chartdir_support&pattern=&thread=1204518493

Download django_viewportcontrol.zip

As instructed in the video, run at the desired path location:

python manage.py runserver

Properly copy contents of mysite directory in the above path.

https://www.codingforentrepreneurs.com/blog/install-django-on-mac-or-linux/

I did in my terminal

pip3 install django 

https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.0/intro/tutorial01/

I ran at the desired path:

django-admin startproject mysite

 

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