D3 Radial Chart
Access the charts from from the person dialog
 Ctrl key and the mouse scroll wheel to zoom in
 Right Click to display the context menu
 Resize the chart window by placing your mouse on the edge or corner of the window.
- until the resize arrow appears ↔ ↕ 
 

- then hold the left mouse button down and drag.


Please use the following shortcuts, (these are also listed on the popup menu)
Shortcut keys  Menu Title  Description
dDownload  Download
eEdit  Edit
eExport  Export
wFit To Window  Fit_To_Window
hHelp  Help
oOverLay  Over Lay
pPreferences  Preferences
rRefresh  Refresh




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The operation is similar to the Tree chart, so we reused the video.



Note, set the Radius of the chart, to determine how large it is.

Right Click to display the preferences and choose the Geometry and Font

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Printing charts
Augean uses Vectors Graphics to generate very high quality charts suitable for printing.
Chrome has an excellent print driver, which can generate a PDF from Augean (the vector graphics are preserved inside the PDF).
These PDF file can be sent to a professional printing service, we recommend MegaPrint
MegaPrint can adjust the chart size to fit the paper. (we tried other services, and they were not as good)

Right Click ⟶ Print View    makes the chart fullscreen and hides the title and other windows.

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Print to a PDF file using the browser print button.
Right Click ⟶ Print View - End    restores the original view after printing.

  Resize the window so it fits the chart, then resize the browser window before printing - this avoids space around the PDF.
  shortcut key 'w', will fit the chart to the window.
  Add Overlays to add titles, images.
 1094 differents fonts available, browse the selection at fonts.google.com

Example vector graphics charts - generated using Augean and printed at MegaPrint

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The graphics in the chart are vector graphics - when you enlarge there is no loss of detail.

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