99. Dynamic Bar Graphs
Create a dynamic bar graph with customizable values
 
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247 Responses to "Dynamic Bar Graphs"
Firat
05/21/2014
Does anyone know how to retrieve property values from an XML file on the internet?

Patxi
03/10/2014
Hi, I use to work in softimage XSI, and when i broke objects and then bring to AE they don´t work properly with the element 3d. I think that I make something wrong in my 3D soft. How must I broke the object, and how test if the object it´s properly broke and how to export.. in an simply obj file.
Richard
12/19/2013
Yeah by me too Shub, I had to make a graph for something that we tested in science.
Boosted my Grade!!
Shub
08/19/2013
Andrew you so rock man!! this tutorial helped me in my project!!
Chris
06/01/2013
Great tut!!! thanks for your knowledge Andrew!
Dr Octapus
10/30/2012
THnaks! i TREALLY HELPED ALOT AND I WILL CONTINUE TO USE THIS WITH AVFSP and Maker Studios
ffuhy
10/30/2012
i don't know what to do
alex
07/27/2012
muy buenos productos
Rhanzel
06/26/2012
Ive done all of it in a diferent layout animation etc... but my numbers when animated become giant numbers like... 0% to 70% at 68... it becomes 68,854432356 ... Does anyone have the same problem? how can i fix it? to giveme only exact numbers 30, 31, 32, 33... 69,70...
Chris
06/01/2013
Sorry, disregard the back slashes in the expression I posted. They weren't there when I copied and pasted but I guess the sight generated those when I posted the comment.
Chris
06/01/2013
Same happened to me. Alex is right... watch the Futuristic HUD video and see how Andrew uses the math.floor expression. He does the expression around 19:06 in the video. It was easy to do, just follow verbatim. The expression for the text layer that was throwing out decimals now looks like this:

Math.floor(thisComp.layer("B3").effect("Bar Value")("Slider"))

Hope this helps!
Alex
01/05/2013
watch his Futuristic HUD Video. There is an expression to round to the nearest integer. I believe (Not Sure) it is "Math.floor(value)." Pickwhip the value to whatever integer is giving you a weird decimal. Your Welcome
TheFiren
07/12/2012
math.floor, math.round should help.
Nicolas
03/19/2012
what should we do with the Coin Idea?
mwanted
01/27/2012
im sure i did the steps...the bars wont go up when i "animate it up" :/ help anyone?
Chris
06/01/2013
I assume you think you followed correctly by somewhere u must have went wrong. It happened to me as well. I thought I followed correctly so I change the slider value and the bar didn't move. I backtracked and found that I did the steps in the wrong order. Hope this helps!
Robert
09/20/2012
Download the Project File and then open up the .AEP after effect file that will have everything ready..

1: Download Project File
2: Open the Project File Folder
3: Go to Dynamic Graphs
4: Open After Effect file
5: There you go !! :)
sconosciuto
12/09/2011
OK I scanned the comments and I don't see that anybody else ran into this, maybe I did something wrong... when I pasted the expression for Time Remap (with Bar Value at 100 and Percentage animated to go from 0 to 100), the animated bar graph clipped jumped to the beginning of the clip. If this happens to you, you'll see it because all of a sudden your masked area looks all funny... that's the masked area showing the beginning of the animation.

The fix was to offset the final value computed by the expression, by 40 frames (the length of the opening camera move). But wait! You don't just add 40... expressions want seconds not frames. So add 1.667 (40 frames divided by the clip's frame rate of 24):

(InputVal*Length*thisComp.frameDuration*ratio)+1.667
or
(InputVal*Length*thisComp.frameDuration*ratio)+(40/24)

hope that helps somebody that finds the same issue I had. I feel like I screwed something up because I don't see that anybody else had this problem.
Chris M. Rodriguez
10/26/2011
Andrew,

Your comedy made the tutorial that much more enjoyable - thank you!

I'm new to After Effects and I can already tell I'm going to be viewing your tutorials frequently. Well done!

Cheers!

Chris
Snipah5
10/16/2011
Please describe the expressions better
Gurpeet
07/30/2012
ooo really
Gurpeet
07/30/2012
ooo really
rodrigo
08/31/2011
Hi Andrew, I´m a big fan of your work. For some reason i cant get the percentage to work correcly. i dont no what it is i'm pretty shure i'm following all the steps correctly.
Tolosy
08/29/2011
Just great tuts my man, and U'r hilarious...thanks for the reat tuts
Mike Moon
08/03/2011
The fiscal projections look very promising in 2011... wrong. I'm from the future and that is incorrect.
Qu?c Anh
08/03/2011
It will be very cool for my next presentation. Thank you a thousand times, you da man
pervaiz iqbal
07/05/2011
plz give me a title for my MBA acouting plz
HONEY
06/07/2011
andrew you rockzzzzzzzzz man
Ed
05/26/2011
I can't tell you how many times you've saved my life over the past few days. Awesome tutorials. Thanks very much and keep them coming!
Darklord Thai
03/31/2011
By the way, if you don't have a 3D editing program you can use Blender. It's free and easy to use. Get it at www.blender.org. Avaliable for Windows, Linux and Mac. I use it, and it's really powerful. I reccomend it.
jason
03/20/2011
Well that was a good video, i take it i cant link the values to a mysql database so when the values change in the database then so does the graph! sorry am new to it all :(
Brandon
02/18/2011
lol! the project name says Giraffes. am i the only one who noticed that hahaha
raza
01/27/2011
u r awesome andrew kramer the king of motion graphics
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