I set up a streaming data from senser to power bi service but I want to change the axis in a way the temperature in the x-axis and the timestamp on the y-axis,(pictured below )
This is a streaming temperature data comes from IoT device in Azure database. The main idea is to plot with in comparison with other plots which are verical time stamp.
Thanks for your support.
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Thaks for your reply. The other plots are not power BI. They are geothermal plots with depth( which usually is a vertical plot). The streaming one is integrated with the software and the history data ploted by Python. both vertical and I wanted the sensor temp will have the same plot to compare with it.
Thanks in Advace
I tried both Deneb or Charticulator but they dont have a luxary for changing the axis the way I explained.
I will update when I found a solution.
Maybe PBIVizEdit.com is an option? @Mayank_Yavda
Edit: Just tried it and it certainly seems to work
Note that this requires a registration with them, and payment if you want to use the visual for longer.
Here, is Multiple vertical Line chart you can create vertical chart with real-time data.
Download link for the custom visual file in this page,
This was made with our Custom Visual creator tool PBIVizEdit.com. With this tool,
Give this a shot and let us know if you face any problem/errors.
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