The "user" is the webpage that links to the chart. We would like to
make sure that all users get their charts fast and reliably. Therefore
we may temporarily block users (websites) that exceed the limit.
A chart request is not counted if the chart image is cached by the
browser or by a proxy.
On Dec 7, 5:25 am, "Hernán Rodriguez Colmeiro" <colme...@gmail.com>
> Buth that term doesn't define "user". A "user" may be a visitor to
> your webpage, but your webpage URL might also be the "user". The
> policy is confusing, when it should be plain and clear :(
> On Dec 6, 11:01 pm, Herm <peter.herrm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > The usage policy says "50,000 queries per user per day"http://code.google.com/apis/chart/#usage
> > Regarding caching, this is done at the client side and I would assume
> > On Dec 7, 6:33 am, Philipp <philipp.lens...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > This limit is true even when the chart doesn't change, right?
> > > So when I use this service to include a pie chart in my blog post, and
> > > Or is this limit excluding images that can be cached as their values
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