I tested new time series charts in 8.0.3, but right now I’m not going to use it.
Instead I have a series with values being timestamp and seconds since a machine is on, and would like to graph those seconds on the y axis and format them as HH:mm:ss . So on the yAxes object I set the render as date and the inputFormat as “M/d/yyyy HH:mm:ss”, but obviously being the data seconds and not milliseconds, I see very very small values on the Y axis.
So what I think I need is to multiply the column “seconds” of the dataset by 1000, then the graph should be populated correctly. I don’t want to edit the tag on change because I also need the real value of the seconds in other tabs of the project.
http://forum.inductiveautomation.com/t/print-perspective-xy-chart/26440 has some info that you may wish to consider before release. It seems that the folks at Inductive Automation / Ignition software have made a number of improvements in the Vision XY Chart, yet Perspective is another story when it comes to printing the result.
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You could run your dataset through a transform script within the chart. Iterate through and multiply the ‘seconds’ by 1000. It would keep the original data intact for use elsewhere.
sincerely I don’t have any knowledge in python, if possible could you please make an example of the function/script you would use?
Really thank you