Answers for "Is chart overlay always a line graph or can it be changed it to something else?"
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The latest answers for the question "Is chart overlay always a line graph or can it be changed it to something else?"Answer by dbcase
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try partial=f on your timechart like this
your search here |timechart partial=f count by whateverFri, 13 Jan 2017 00:07:08 GMTdbcaseAnswer by gokadroid
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Hope this helps:
1) Overlay seems to be line always
2) How far away from the edge an overlay will be dependent on:
- What visualization has been chosen, for example same data when represented as line graph or area chart will overlay the line to the edge.
- How many items are being graphed for each x axis element in case of bar chart and how many x axis points are there in total. For example if you had Volume, Volume(squared) and Volume(cubed) bars for each Sunday (and you were plotting only two Sundays) then the line might be even further away from the edge as now one x axis element (first Sunday) need to plot three bars and the line point which shall represent overlay shall be the middle point of "distance" from the edge of axis till first grouping plot end. If you were to plot these for say 20 Sundays now, the line will shift closer, given the bars will be slimmer and the "distance" used to plot the three bars per Sunday will be slimmer.
What is the expected output when you mention **I'm looking to reverse the axis on this graph, but keep the visualization the same.**Thu, 12 Jan 2017 22:53:59 GMTgokadroid