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Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

My chart has dimensions of DATE and expression SUM(EVENT_COUNT).  In some cases there is a date that contains values much larger than all other dates -- this throws off my chart so bars are barely visible for all other dates.  What expression could I use in my Static Max on the expression Axes to keep this outlier from skewing the axis maxium?

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Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

Hi,

     You can use the "Log Scale" option, this will automatically scale the axis.

Regards,

Kaushik Solanki

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Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

I'm really not interested in this being a logorithmic scale, I just want to remove the high outlier from skewing the chart, but still use a standard scale.  In fact, applying a logorithmic scale here removes all bars from being visible.

Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

Hi,

     Ok then that case you can try this.

     Max(Aggr(Sum(Value),Dimention)+100

Regards,

Kaushik Solanki

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Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

Hi Kaushik,

I am a little confused as to what this expression would look like in my scenario.  If my axis is of the expression SUM(EVENT_COUNT), what do I substitute for Value and for Dimension in your expression?

Thanks,

Lew

Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

Hi,

     See we need the static max value, cause min value will always be 0.

     So as i suggested you can use the max(aggr(sum(Event_Count),Dimension))

     Here dimension is the dimension field of your chart.

Regards,

Kaushik Solanki

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Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

Hi Kausik,

Still a little fuzzy here, as my Dimension is SUM(Event_Count) ?

Thanks,

Lew

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Re: Remove outlier to set Static Max on Chart

Hi LG04221965

   The Dimension shoud be the field that gives the details of your Event_Count. Ideally it could be Event Name,Event Type,Event Id. To be more specific the field you are goint to keep in "X" axis.Always Dimension will provide the info for your Measures (Sum(Event_count) or Min() or Max () )

-Jay

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