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Project Description

I have a website that uses google charts. My typical usage of charts is like this ..
<script type="text/javascript">
[url removed, login to view]("visualization", "1", {packages:["corechart"]});
[url removed, login to view](drawChart);
function drawChart() {
var data = [url removed, login to view]([["Response","Percent"],["Energy",3],["Materials",0],["Industrials",0],["Consumer Discretionary",0],["Consumer Staples",1],["Health",0],["Financials",5],["Government",0],["Information Technology",1],["Telecommunications",2],["Utilities",0],["Education",0],["Other",3]]);
var options = {
legend : "right",
title: "Poll responses",
width: 600,
height:350,
backgroundColor: { fill:"transparent" },
titleFontSize: 12,
tooltip: {trigger: "none" },
titleTextStyle: {color: "#000066"}
};
var chart = new [url removed, login to view]([url removed, login to view]("chart_div1"));
[url removed, login to view](data, options);
}
</script>
<div id="chart_div1"></div>
</div>

I now need to modify the above method so that the code - instead of being static - is injected into the document and then run - something along these lines ..
[url removed, login to view] = <something like the code above>

I've experimented with various solutions proposed on the net but can't get any to work. I've attached a working static version and an example of a not-working dynamic version.

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