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Preset number of Y ticks in advance

Hi,

 

I want to build a line plot in discovery that would have pre-set 5 parts to split into, no matter the data min and max. Meaning, If I have 0 as Mix measure and 100 as Max, it would split it into 0, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100. If I have next month 500 as the Max figure for the same graph, than now I will see 0, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 as the Y axis ticks. How can it be done?

 

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    • Nkhensani_Khoza
    • 9 mths ago
    • Reported - view

    Hey 

    There isn't a way as yet to Pre-set splits within a discover, can you please submit a feature request for this functionality.  However you can parameterize the y-axis settings so that you can format the Y-axis.  Go to the Formatting Panel > Select Y-axis on the drop down.

    You can also read about how you can set up your Y-axis and what those options mean within the Y-axis Formatting panel. Here is the link to the Help Documentation ( https://help.pyramidanalytics.com/Content/Root/MainClient/apps/Discover/PRO/Formatting%20and%20Design/FormattingPanel/Axes.htm )

    Kind Regards 

    Nkhensani Khoza 

    • Nkhensani_Khoza
    • 9 mths ago
    • Reported - view

    To add a feature Request, you can do that within community forum by going under Product > Product Ideas > Select Current Product Ideas 

     

    Below is the link to Product Ideas. 

    https://community.pyramidanalytics.com/category/pyramid-ideas

    • dgf
    • 9 mths ago
    • Reported - view

    Thanks.

    So is there a way that the physical measures of the chart itself (let's say 5mm X 10mm)?

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    • Ian_Macdonald
    • 9 mths ago
    • Reported - view

    Hi dgf,

    The actual, absolute size of the rendered content can be defined when it is embedded in a Dashboard or a Publication. Outside of that, setting absolute size has no relevance.

    Hope that helps.

    Ian

    • dgf
    • 9 mths ago
    • Reported - view

    See this example, both charts have the exact same physical absolute size, and the only difference is that the left one is a monthly trend and the right one is weekly.

     

    and here both are weekly (different slide):

    • dgf
    • 9 mths ago
    • Reported - view

    ?

Content aside

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