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hdonald
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Box Plot dimension formatting problem

Dear All,

Does anyone know how to widen the gap between the dimension text and the box plot display area ?

In the attached 7 figure box plot example qvw (using the Call Centre demo qvw data ) the dimension includes the Operator Name and a Nbr of Calls figure , e.g.

'David Laychak   :  1402'  which is aligned right next to the first symbol on the box plot, an 'x' for the minimum value, like so...

'David Laychak   :  1402' x-------|

I'd prefer much more of  a gap like this... 

'David Laychak   :  1402'        x-------|

I've tried adding extra trailing spaces to the dimension text but they are ignored ...any way of moving the 0 start point on the expression axis ?, or is there some kind of chr() code that will be recognized as a trailing space ?

Regards,

HD

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Employee
Employee

Box Plot dimension formatting problem

In your calculated dimension you can add a couple of hard spaces (Chr(160)) at the end to make some room.

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Employee
Employee

Box Plot dimension formatting problem

In your calculated dimension you can add a couple of hard spaces (Chr(160)) at the end to make some room.

hdonald
Contributor

Box Plot dimension formatting problem

Thanks Johan, chr(160) did the trick,

Regards,

HD

jagannalla
Valued Contributor III

Box Plot dimension formatting problem

Hello,

I want to learn about Box Plot graph. Please can you explain me with breif example.

hdonald
Contributor

Re: Box Plot dimension formatting problem

Hi,

I think this brief summary example from Stephen Few is a good place to start if you're wondering what box plots might be good for..

http://www.perceptualedge.com/articles/dmreview/boxes_of_insight.pdf

Regards,

HD

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