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How to split time into 3 shifts with labels on x-axis?


Hi, I have a timechart that is currently split into 8-hour shift bins, however as it is a timechart, the x-axis only shows the timestamps, while I would like the bins to be labeled by their shifts.

Sample data:

Count | Time | Shift

500 | 0700 (Yesterday) | Shift A

750 | 1500 (Yesterday) | Shift B

500 | 2300 (Yesterday) | Shift C

700 | 0700 (Today) | Shift A

600 | 1500 (Today) | Shift B


One tricky part is that "Shift C" overlaps between 2 dates as well.
Any ideas on how to define the time range for the shifts, then split and label the bins by their shifts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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