1 week, 4 days ago kourosh kalayehParticipant
I am trying to produce graphs where x-axis is time. I want to have a padding on my x-axis so the x-axis does not start from zero. To do so, I include a small negative number (like -0.02) in my x-axis. But doing so messes up my x-labels, it adds a weird 6 to all the labels (see the screenshots). I was wondering if this is a bug or I am missing something.
Graph without including negative number in x-axis;
Graph after including -0.02 in the x-axis;1 week, 4 days ago dgteamModerator
Thanks for submitting. This is strange behavior for the time axis. We were able to replicate this behavior using the Fixed day format. Still looking at what is happening and working on a solution.1 week, 4 days ago kourosh kalayehParticipant
Great, thank you.
Kourosh6 days, 5 hours ago dgteamModerator
Just wanted to let you this will be fixed in our next beta. Should be out tomorrow.6 days, 4 hours ago kourosh kalayehParticipant
Kourosh4 days, 9 hours ago kourosh kalayehParticipant
So I downloaded the beta today but the issue is still there. Is it implemented yet?
The reason that I am trying to add negative number to my x-axis is to have padding on left side of the x-axis (see this post). It would be nice to have this padding option explicitly so we can use it in a more straight forward manner without the need to change the x-axis.
Kourosh4 days, 2 hours ago davidModerator
Just uploaded a new beta3 days, 13 hours ago kourosh kalayehParticipant
Thanks for the quick response. I installed the new beta but the issue is still there (see the screenshot). I think what is happening is that my x-axis is delta t not absolute time of the day and when I include negative number into my x-axis it treats 0 as 12. That is why I think having the ability to control padding around 0 explicitly would be the most straight forward solution.
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