I have a bar graph that displays days between marketing and response. I made the x-axis continuous because I want to show gaps if there are any. Regardless of the filters, I need my graph to start at 0. Here's what my graph looks like without filters:
The problem happens when I use a filter to look at specific marketing methods. For example, in the chart below, responses start coming in after 12 days, therefore setting the x-axis minimum to 12.
You're a genius. This definitely works for the problem I posed, but it brings up one more issue: this creates both a static minimum and a static maximum (which I don't want). Is there any way to make it so that the static minimum is set to 0 but the maximum changes depending on the data displayed (affected by the filter chosen)?