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I have a MySQL-table looking like this:
Year|ZIP Code|Causes of Death|Count|Location
1999|90001   |SUI            |0    |(33.973092999999999, -118.247896)
... |

And I need to create JSON data which looks like this

var data = [
    'seriesA', [ latitude, longitude, magnitude, latitude, longitude, magnitude, ... ]
    'seriesB', [ latitude, longitude, magnitude, latitude, longitude, magnitude, ... ]

So getting the "Location" and "Count" columns from the MySQL table into the new JSON-file.


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Not sure what is stopping you from doing it yourself.

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Your JSON structure doesn't make sense together with the table you are showing.
There is probably some information you are not telling.
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AdamDedanga 15-Nov-15 20:47pm    

I'm importing data-sets from CSV-files. So it'll be troublesome to change the table structure manually.

And the JSON structure is from a GitProject:
So I'm not the creator of neither the data nor the script that use the JSON data.

Especially JSON is uncharted water for me, so you'll gave to excuse me if I confuse you in any way.
George Jonsson 15-Nov-15 20:53pm    
Are you forced to use that JSON structure or can you create your own?

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