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Graph suppression of decimals on Y axis
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Graph suppression of decimals on Y axis

by nickfixit on Wed Mar 27, 2019 8:34 am

Hi, I am graphing occurrences of events in integral numbers. When moving the feed to a graph, I select for Y axis the minimum of 0 and the maximum autoscale. And I select decimals = 0.
What I wanted was the y scale pinned to 0 but the minimum shown depending on data received. It only shows 0 if I get a 0 data value.
I suppose I could force out a 0 value as an initial event, buy is there another way?
Also it shows 1 decimal place i.e. 1.2. which is not 0 decimals. How do I display integral numbers like 1, 2, 3 on the y axis.

I appreciate your suggestions to configure the display.
Thanks
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Re: Graph suppression of decimals on Y axis

by barbudor on Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:55 am

Hi

I have the exact same problem with a temperature & humidity chart.
I want to set the Y-axis interval to [0, 80] but it seems that 0 is understood as automatic (just as blank)

I tried to work around by setting minimum to -1 but that give a garblish Y-axis display with "-1" and "0" overlayed one on top of the other.
So far only -10 provide a proper display but this is not what I would like.

Best regards

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