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  1. Here's my attempt function TVWeek($d = null) { $dt = new DateTime($d); $y = $dt->format('Y'); $mon1 = new DateTime("$y-01-01"); // last week of year condition ++$y; $nextd1 = new DateTime("$y-01-01"); if ($dt->format('W') == $nextd1->format('W')) return 1; if ($mon1->format('w') != 1) { $mon1->modify('last monday'); } return intdiv( $mon1->diff($dt)->days, 7 ) + 1; } echo '<br>' . TVWeek(); // 1 echo '<br>' . date('W'); // 53 e
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  2. I tried Googling charts.js to have a look at their API documentation. What I found was nothing like the formats that you appear to be using. I did manage to get a chart produced using google.visualization api (if that helps) <?php $getdata = ' { "result": [ { "ID": 1, "Users": [ { "UserObject": { "UserName": "User1", "-": { "ID": 1 }, "0": "0" }, "User": "User1", "Amount": 10 }, { "UserObject": { "UserName": "User
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