Hope that helps. FYI, my last post was based on your first post (before editing the props.series screenshot). So it seems like you figured it out but as for the copy and paste to another view… not sure what’s changing but you can compare the raw JSON of the 2 views and see what changed.
Then also, when I pick a different machine from my dropdown, my graph goes to only showing two data points.
The first day and the last day.
If I refresh the page, then it will update with the days between showing data.
So second question, is how do I get the chart to update the data points as well.
I did fiddle with the width and spacing though.
chart is set for 1600px, with columns set width:50
showing 30 days
Changing the dimension 1600x doesn’t seem to impact the alignment, scales with incorrect position/misaligned as I make the chart smaller or larger.
I don’t know what is causing it.
I am expecting a call back from support.
It is really odd to me.
The scale is messed up in both renders
The second set of Y is showing up 90° the wrong way in bar render
I just hope that it is not because I am using 8.1.0 because I don’t know when my company will update.
My current workaround is to have a graph for each series.
I don’t think time series can show bar graphs or can they?
I am set for category
I have a column of the last 60 days as yyyy-MMM-dd
What is the way to set the specific cell in my table to the startCategory ?
I tried to find it on Perspective - XY Chart - Ignition User Manual 8.1 - Ignition Documentation
I don’t see it though
I tried example [0,1], but this did not work
For the endCategory I would need to pick the last one in a changing dataset, or I think maybe I can say like 60 days after the first one somehow
and now I have the sideways graph error again
my x and y are not mixed up, but they are appearing that way.
then when I used same y axis for two series, and try to stack them, instead of stacking, they are just wider, and for the entire length
found the way to get shorter dates, it looks at the first column for dates, so I set the format to MM-dd in my query for the first select of outer query
but now it only shows like 3 dates and still is sideways in the view
Got tech support, they wrote a brief script to make a pydataset of the required data, and without the rest. This made most of the chart shape up better.
set for category on the x axis
40 minDistance grid spacing
12 font, 0.5 positioning
looks good, but newer versions of Ignition have the rotate feature that would be nice for my x axis
You need to have the bullets enabled as the tooltips are connected to those, not the line itself. You can set the bullet opacity as low as you want. I usually leave a ghost of them there so the user knows where to find the tooltip.