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Anonymous
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X-Axis Not Aligned

Hello,

 

I want to display my X-axis as such:

- Begin with Jan, Feb in the middle, and Mar at the end of the axis (shown in red).

 

I browsed several other Q&A threads and tried the recommended troubleshooting method:

- However, if I were to select X-axis type to Categorical, the line chart display would be messed up.

 

How can I align my X-axis labels? 

 

Thank you!

 

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Anonymous
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Thanks for your reply! I can't make it categorical as it will not display my data correctly.

I've done the text box overlay method then.

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HashamNiaz
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Hi @Anonymous !

 

So you want to see daily trends in cases, then you can use your date key to x-axis and make it categorical. This will show up all dates in axis as well. You can overlay a object to hide date values.

 

Regards,

Hasham

Anonymous
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Thanks for your reply! I can't make it categorical as it will not display my data correctly.

I've done the text box overlay method then.

View solution in original post

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