2 years, 5 months ago petercreateParticipant
Can dg support sparklines for a column?2 years, 5 months ago dgteamModerator
If you have the data in a column you can scale the values so they can be plotted with a single Plot command. We uploaded a simple example to DG that makes the following graphic.
Is this helpful? It seems like one of the options would be to scale the data differently. This example scales all the data. If you have specific data you want to try as an example, that might be helpful for us to see.2 years, 5 months ago petercreateParticipant
Thanks. It’s working. But I don’t understand why you duplicated a new “value” column instead of using the x column straightfully and the reason of using a scale factor .9.2 years, 5 months ago dgteamModerator
The y values are scaled so they will range between 0.5 and 0.95 for all the data.
The first step was to use the gear menu shortcut (click the gear menu on Values > Mapping shortcuts > Scale [0,1]. The additional factor of 0.9 and adding 0.5 in the equation shifts the scaling between [0.5, 0.95]. You don’t necessarily need to do this but then the lines do not touch the boundaries.
By scaling to these values, the scaled values are all added an integer value corresponding to the Sequence of the Category. Notice if you expand the Category column definition, the Values menu is set to “Sequence #”, where A = 1, B = 2, C = 3.
That shifts the values up an increment of one for each Category on the y-axis.
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