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Static Min/Max Axes on Scatter Chart - even with selection

Hello,

I have created a scatter chart with each axis representing a score of 0-5. I would like these axes to remain static, even when a selection is made, as the background image is static.

I have two issues at the moment:

1. As shown in the below image, the x-axis goes through 6 and the y-axis does not display the 5. How can I adjust this? Altering static min/max seems to have no effect. I've also tried to enter =max([field]) and =min([field]) with no luck.

Static_Min_Max_Axes.png

2. When I select a certain point on the graph, the axes change, as shown in the below. I would also like the axes to remain static 0-5 when a selection is made (for the sake of the background image).

2014-03-12_1158.png
Thank you very much in advance for your input.

Melissa

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Thank you all for your advice.

In replicating the scatter chart in its own qvw file to post here, I realised the problem was my axes labels were too long - causing the x-axis to elongate and the y-axis to shorten.

A simple Static Min = 1 and Static Max = 5 with Forced 0 works like a charm.

It's nice when things are easier than you expected

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MVP
MVP

can you share your sample file?

You can use

Min({1}Field)

Max({1}Field)

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I'm afraid I have created the dashboard in Personal Edition so I'm not sure if it would be helpful to upload it...? Do let me know if I'm wrong on this.

I tried your suggestion and again, to no avail. It does make sense though!

Do you know if there may be a way to create a dynamic background image, or to set benchmark colours that move with the moving axes?

Thanks again for your help

MVP
MVP

we have developers licence, so we can open your file.

We will reply back in writing...

Specialist II
Specialist II

1.For Remian static you can make go docment Properties -Alternate States Add A State then go to your chart

On genaral tab- see alternate state make it as A instead of inherited

one solution done

2.for other you probably supperss null value .

for more solution upload your sample file

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Thank you all for your advice.

In replicating the scatter chart in its own qvw file to post here, I realised the problem was my axes labels were too long - causing the x-axis to elongate and the y-axis to shorten.

A simple Static Min = 1 and Static Max = 5 with Forced 0 works like a charm.

It's nice when things are easier than you expected

View solution in original post