Google Maps Chart for Android

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Java
Version
v1.3 (Mar 23, 2019)
Created
Dec 18, 2016
Updated
Mar 30, 2019
Owner
Amin Yazdanpanah (aminyazdanpanah)
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🗺 Google Maps Chart for Android

A Google Maps Android library to render marker clusters as charts categorized on the Google Maps Android with specified values.

Available Charts: Pie Chart, Bar Chart and Donut Chart

Installation

  1. Make sure you have JCenter in your repository list:
repositories {
    jcenter()
}
  1. Add a dependency to your build.gradle:
dependencies {
    implementation 'com.aminyazdanpanah:google-maps-android-charts:1.3'
}

Usage

This library is a wrapper around "Google Maps Android API utility library" and renderer marker cluster as charts on th Google Maps. You need to implement com.google.maps.android:android-maps-utils:0.5+ and com.google.android.gms:play-services-maps:16.1.0 in your build.gradle dependencies.

Marker

First, you need to generate markers that have a name. You must initialize CMaker class that is implemented by ClusterItem and pass the LarLng, the name of marker and the drawable Id. Also you can set the title and snippet of the marker.

CMarker marker = new CMarker(new LatLng(52.22222, 36.25622), "Ford", R.drawable.marker_red); //(Location of marker, specifed name, the drawable marker ID)
marker.setTitle("somthing you want to display when you tap on marker");


CMarker marker2 = new CMarker(new LatLng(52.25552, 36.25624), "Toyota", R.drawable.marker_green); //(Location of marker, specifed name, the drawable marker ID)
marker.setTitle("somthing you want to display when you tap on marker");
 
//...

Add the marker to the addItem() method;

clusterManager.addItem(marker);
clusterManager.addItem(marker2);
//...

Chart

This library uses the the name to calculate the values of charts. In face, the number of each slice of chart is sum of marker's name. Also you must set the names of markers and the colors you would like to render. The length of names array must be the same as length of colors array.

String[] names = {"Toyota", "Ford", "Honda", "Dodge"};
int[] colors = {Color.RED, Color.GREEN, Color.BLUE, Color.YELLOW};

Pie Chart

PieChartRenderer chart = new PieChartRenderer(getApplicationContext(), googleMap, clusterManager);
chart.colors(colors);
chart.names(names);

Bar Chart

BarChartRenderer chart = new BarChartRenderer(getApplicationContext(), googleMap, clusterManager);
chart.colors(colors);
chart.names(names);

Donut Chart

DonutChartRenderer chart = new DonutChartRenderer(getApplicationContext(), googleMap, clusterManager);
chart.colors(colors);
chart.names(names);

At the end, you must pass chart object to setRenderer method in ClusterManager class:

clusterManager.setRenderer(chart);

Customize Values

You can customize the values of chart by extending ChartRenderer class and override the values method:

class customPieChartRenderer extends PieChartRenderer {
        @Override
        float[] values(Cluster<CMarker> cluster){
            // Return any value
        }
}

Contributing

I'd love your help in improving, correcting, adding to the specification. Please file an issue or submit a pull request.

Please see Contributing File for more information.

Security

If you discover a security vulnerability within this package, please send an e-mail to Amin Yazdanpanah via: contact [AT] aminyazdanpanah • com.

Credits

License

Copyright 2019 Amin Yazdanpanah<www.aminyazdanpanah.com>

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

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