Be careful with the chart.
I've not really a fan of Pinout types in the chart.
They are not for a chip but rather specific glcd modules.
They can be useful but I think they tend to encourage "guessing"
and trial and error which can potentially damage the Arduino or the GLCD.
The issue with glcds is that they don't have a common pinout like the hd44780 text type lcds.
I've seen close to a dozen different pinouts for various ks0108 modules.
The best way to hook up the glcd is to go by the data sheet (of the glcd module not the chip)
and the chart.
It is critical that you have the correct glcd module data sheet as hooking up the glcd wires
incorrectly can damage it or the Arduino.
Once you have the correct data sheet, look for the pinout of the module.
You will see that the glcd pins have labels that match the labels in the "Function" column of the chart.
Then start hooking up the glcd pins 1 by 1 according the chart
for your board, ignoring the "Pinout x" columns, and going down the "Function" column.
The first entry in the "Function" column is +5, look at the data sheet and see
what glcd pin has power.
Same for Ground.
Say that data sheet shows that D0 is glcd pin 7.
Scan down the "Function" column until you get to D0,
Then look left at the column for your particular Arduino board
in your case since you have an UNO use the "Arduino 168" column.
You now see that:
glcd D0 pin needs to connect to Arduino digital pin 8 (so by the above example, glcd pin 7 would go to Arduino pin
Other glcd functions:
glcd D1 pin needs to connect to Arduino digital pin 9
glcd RW pin needs to connect to Arduino digital pin 16 or Analog pin 2
for each of the glcd pins.
Pay very close attention to the wiring of the pot.
There are several notes about this on the playground page and in the HTML
documentation included with the library as it is not wired up the same
way as a hd44780 text based lcd pot.
When you have it all hooked up, run the GLCDdiag sketch.