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Is there a better way to represent varying data sets in chart visualization?

Explorer

Hi all,

I am having an issue with a dashboard that I am working with. The values of the bucket I am using vary from 1 to ~800. Because of this, it makes it impossible to effectively convey the data using this visualization as seen in the attached picture. Has anyone found a way to better represent varying data sets or have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Is there a better way to represent varying data sets in chart visualization?

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Hi,

In the chart option format, in Y-Axis, you can change the scale from Linear to Log.
Maybe that could help you with your visualization.
You can put 0 in Min Value and 800 for the Max Value

Let me know
Kail

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Re: Is there a better way to represent varying data sets in chart visualization?

Explorer

Hi Kali,

I was able to switch to log scale and it made it much more useful.

Thanks for the help!

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Re: Is there a better way to represent varying data sets in chart visualization?

Contributor

Great !
I convert my comment to an answer so you can accept it !

Kail

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