Topics started by cjlaumans
Hi all,I know there’s a few solutions for this, but they feel clunky and am wondering if I’m missing a more elegant solution to this problem. I have a dimension, called NPS, which is of type: number, and has a known range: [0, 10]. I want to, for example, create a bar chart with count per dimension value, and I want to show the full range of values. However, in some cases there may not be any records for a certain dimension value, hence no row is shown, and the bar chart ends up omitting the value. I know this can be solved with “fill in missing values”, however this requires changing the dimension to type: tier or case, which also has it’s disadvantages:Missing values can only be filled if 1 dimension is used, so not possible with more complex datasets The dimension values are strings, making subsequent manipulation of them (such as performing a table calculation on the values) more complex Ideally, I’d like to be able to specify the possible values without needing to change the data
I have a bar chart with potentially long strings on x axis as the dimension. In a bar chart visualization in a dashboard these may be truncated. Is there any way to show the full label, for example on mouse over?I know that the label is shown when I mouse over the values themselves, but not when I hover over the labels.Thanks
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