John Davidson

php - Get the top value of array

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Context: To give context, I am trying to create a graph with the months as the labels and the number of applications as the dataset.


My code:


$apps = Application::whereBetween('created_at', [
Carbon::now()->startOfYear(),
Carbon::now()->endOfYear(),
])
->get()
->groupBy(function ($val) {
return Carbon::parse($val->created_at)->format('M');
})
->toArray();

returns


array:3 [▼
"Jan" => array:2 [▶]
"Feb" => array:1 [▶]
"May" => array:1 [▶]
]

I want to create an array that produces this result:


['Jan', 'Feb', 'May']

I have tried using array keys, values, etc without any joy.



My Answer:
>subMonths(11), Carbon::now()])->get();

$months = $apps->groupBy(function($app) {
return Carbon::parse($app->created_at)->format('F');
})->map(function($month) {
return $month->count();
});

$topMonth = $months->max();

echo "The top month for applications is: " . $topMonth;

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