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I have a line chart graph where the lines run on top of other lines as the values are so close. We need a way to have the lines not overlap as much so you can see each line. This varies a lot between client as some may have values on the line chart running within 100000 of each other, in other case this may be in the millions.
I have tried different line styles and colors already, so this does not seem to be the solution. I have also taken out the forced 0 out As seen in the example this is that I cannot separate the lines. Probably something with the scaling would work. Note though that for some values may sun in millions in other cases it could be in thousands
Some of them yes but other differ by 150000, the example is in millions, so sometimes the value does look identical for example 100,000,00.00 and the other line maybe 100,120,000.00
I just need a way for them both to be seen
Where exactly so you so it, somehow I am missing the setting on your example.Please let me know exactly where this setting is.
I think it's a helpful solution, though what I am looking for is a way to "zoom in" when values are so close. Not a zoom in as such, but to have the scale smaller so you can view both lines.
That is ok, but it does not solve the issue really, as I said in the original my exampesa are in the millions
See the attached example, I just changed the values, this is where my issue is. For one client we are talking millions, other clients maybe in 100 of thousands. If I can get to a solution on the figures in my latest example it would be good, Note it has to be easy enough to see,