Is it possible to add a second Y axis to a stepped line chart (one axis on the left and second on the right side of the chart)?
@treb.gatte you’re welcome! Happy to help!
@Tetrev Thanks for the feature request here!
v4.39.37 and v4.38.38 now support Mixed Charts with Stepped Lines. You can create stepped line charts with different axes on the left and right!
Tooltip offset issue.
i am getting an unexpected behavior the custom tooltip is offset to the point hovered. i checked all settings and do not see where this could be coming from. can you point me in the right direction?
Hey @trevorallanfields thanks for reaching out. I wasn’t able to reproduce this issue on my end. Could you PM me a link to your editor so I can take a look?
Boa tarde, @alex4
Isso mesmo! , Mec. Vagões (1676) no Top e CCP(3) no fundo.
Tem essa opção? Pois todos os Gráficos precisa ser assim, e é correto também. Sugestão era pra ser automático gráfico assim pro Maior pro Menor.
Fico no aguardo
Desde já Agradeço
@dipaivabrito obrigado por usar o plugin!
Eu nao falo portugues muito bom, voce fala ingles?
Good afternoon @alex4
That’s right! , Mech. Wagons (1676) at the top and CCP(3) at the bottom.
Do you have this option? Because all Graphs need to be like this, and it’s correct too. Suggestion was to be automatic graphic like this for Major to Minor.
Thank you very much in advance
Hi @dipaivabrito – yes, you can certainly sort your data series from largest to smallest. In your Bubble expression, you’ll need to sort by the field that contains the number. Feel free to share a link to your Bubble editor for me via a PM if you run into issues and I can point you in the right direction!
Do you have a graphic example like this in your Tutorial?
@alex4 Thanks for the response. From what I can tell from this example you gave the workflow that calculates the trend line has static points, is that correct? Is there a way to do it with dynamic data?
@dipaivabrito sure thing! This example shows you how to extract RepeatingGroup values to your chart–as long as you can get the order of your values from your RepeatingGroup, you can put them straight into the chart!
@jeffprewitt yep, in the workflow action where you add the trendline, you can input a dynamic expression. In your case, you can run calculations on your scatter plat data points (I imagine a trendline calculation like this one would do)
@alex4 Ok that’s good to know I can add dynamic expressions. I’m trying to calculate that type of equation for the trend line, as well as for some other percent change statistics I need from my data. Have you ever written that type of equation in bubble before? Or know of any tutorials that show how to do that? I have price and date data that I need to find the % change for.
Is there any way to make the animation not reset back to 0 before animating the next set of valued in a line chart? Say the point value is 50 and the updated point value is 60. Currently the animation resets to 0 and then animates to 60. I would like it instead to go from 50 to 60 without resetting to 0 first. That way people can see the change more clearly.