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graphing issue enhancement suggestion 16 May, 2018

alex co
09 May, 2018
Product: PowerBuilder Category: DataWindow
Version: 2017 R2 Publishing: Public
Status: Transferring Priority: P2
Classification: Enhancement Resolution:
Mark Lee 16 May, 2018
Hi Alex,

Ok, I see.
Thanks for reporting this problem and for your valuable suggestion. 
It should be a new requirement/enhancement request rather than a bug.
We'll transfer it to our product team for consideration. 

Regards,
Mark Lee
alex co 15 May, 2018
Mark, in your graph that you sent me,  you have no values that is greater than .5,   yet your graph goes all the way to 1 and -1 when drawn,  we want to see a more detailed scaling on the graph,  so what we want is for the graph to just go up to .5 and -.5..   so we have a more zoomed in view.  please use small percent's like ( +-0.001  to +-0.003 )
(+-0.01 to +-0.03 ) to observe what we see.  we want to see the graph drawn bigger because when we are dealing with .0008  that is twice as small as .0004  but when the graph is drawn they seem to look the same size on the bar.  please call  me for a more detailed description.
Mark Lee 14 May, 2018
Hi Alex,
 
Please refer to the attachment.
And the previous code should be the following:
dw_1.modify("gr_1.Values.MajorDivisions = 10")

Regards,
Mark Lee
Mark Lee 14 May, 2018
graph setting
alex co 14 May, 2018
the suggestion to change the MajorDivisions = 10, did not work for us.
can you send me a picture of the graph that you made based on my data.
alex co 14 May, 2018
the suggestion to change the MajorDivisions = 10, did not work for us.
can you send me a picture of the graph that you made based on my data.
alex co 14 May, 2018
the suggestion to change the MajorDivisions = 10, did not work for us.
can you send me a picture of the graph that you made based on my data.
alex co 14 May, 2018
the suggestion to change the MajorDivisions = 10, did not work for us.
can you send me a picture of the graph that you made based on my data.
alex co 14 May, 2018
the suggestion to change the MajorDivisions = 10, did not work for us.
can you send me a picture of the graph that you made based on my data.
alex co 14 May, 2018
the suggestion to change the MajorDivisions = 10, did not work for us.
can you send me a picture of the graph that you made based on my data.
Mark Lee 14 May, 2018
Hi Alex,

Can you provide us the graph datawindow you are using?
I am sorry. I can’t duplicate this issue when I create such a graph datawindow.
BTW, you can use the property MajorDivisions to adjust the scale to fit your requirement, e.g.: gr_1.Values.MajorDivisions = 10.

Regards,
Mark Lee
alex co 10 May, 2018
monthly_segment.xlsx (8KB)

here is your test data 
create a graph similar to the first attachment using the table attached
Mark Lee 09 May, 2018
Hi Alex,

Kindly can you please provide a simple test case to us to reproduce it?
Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Mark Lee
alex co 09 May, 2018
Before you do that is there anything I can do to fix the issue today?
alex co 09 May, 2018
Before you do that is there anything I can do to fix the issue today?
Govinda Lopez 09 May, 2018
Hi Alex,

Thank you for your valuable suggestion. I will transfer this ticket to our engineering team as an enhancement request. 

Regards,
alex co 09 May, 2018
graph with small fractions.PNG (38KB)

*Phenomenon:  graph has scaling issues with small fractions.  scale is set to AutoScale, round to is 0
round to unit is default.  as you can see in the attached graph the smallest value is .201 up to .339
why does the graph scale go up to 1.5 the -1 there is no value greater than or less than .5 to -.5   
*Reproduce Steps:  graph the imbalance in values  .201 to .339 see that the graph produced has a scale of 1.5 to -1  
Remark:  round to should be opened up to allow users to enter a value less than 1 like in this case .5 should fix the display issue
OS:
Windows 10 
Platform:
32-bit 
Database Type:
Microsoft SQL Server 
Database Version:
11.00