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Over the past several weeks, out blog has been dedicated to utilizing and leveraging dashboards features within Spider Impact. Today, we'll focus on working with the X and Y axes.
You can turn off X and/or Y axis labels on dashboard charts in Spider Impact. This example shows the default appearance with both axes turned on.
Here we’ve turned off the Y axis.
Being able to turn off axes is particularly useful when creating small charts that show a general overview of performance rather than specific numbers.
By default, charts automatically determine their Y axis scale based on the data that they’re showing. In this example the chart range is $0 to $100k.
You can also manually override the minimum and maximum values by choosing “set Y axis range” in the widget configuration menu. In this example we’re forcing the maximum value to be $200k.
That creates a chart that looks like this.
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