Fill empty space in charts?

  • 13 December 2018
  • 3 replies

Userlevel 1

Guy guys I have a line chart to which I’ve added confidence intervals - Ideally I’d like to shade the area between the two turquoise lines. Is this possible?


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Userlevel 7
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I don’t think this is possible right now in a super simple way-- you might be able to achieve it by making it a stacked chart and setting all series to type: area, filling the top series and middle series with the same color, and then setting the color for the bottom series to “transparent” (literally just write transparent in the hex color area) to make a clear area beneath the filled area. Just an idea, let me know if it works!

Userlevel 5

Has anyone figure this one out? Want to have gray area between upper and lower confidence intervals.

Once I use @izzy approach then still it will be colored to the 0 and not to lower confidence interval even if it’s set to transparent.

Userlevel 2

Hello, have either of you had any success on this topic? I’m attempting to create confidence intervals for a time series; it doesn’t seem possible.