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Force chart into a y-axis range? #481747
10/25/20 23:57
10/25/20 23:57
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I notice that the main chart very often is stuck displaying the whole y-axis range all the way down to y=0, even though the only interesting features are in the top 10% of the chart.
Is there a way to specify a minimum y-axis value, such that the chart never tries to display anything below that value and instead stretches the features above to a wider height?

Re: Force chart into a y-axis range? [Re: Kaga] #481758
10/27/20 18:57
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Sounds like you are plotting 0 values. If 0's in your time series are intentional then skip plotting them.

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