Greater control over the scale and division of axes, especially values less than 1.
Greater control over the scale and division of axes. The MAJORITY of our data is frequency related where we have to display values in scientific notation from the range of 10-9 up to 10-2. Display of numbers greater than 1 creates automatic minor division on the y axis; but if below value of 1, the minor lines on the y axis do not display and there is no control over this. Same applied for x axis. Similar comments have been posted over greater control of the axes values and arrangement, but I have not seen one about small number values.
I know this is something Amanda and Kim are looking at…moving to under review status
Laurisa Prince commented
It would also be helpful to have an option to force the right axis to always display on line and column charts. Especially when dealing with percents on right axis. When the upper value on the left axis is small or in the range close to the percents, the right axis disappears. It needs to stay there.
Paul Murray commented
Needs to be as good as Excel
Jamie Elliott commented
This is important for lots of our data
Mike Johnson commented
Scaling is not as good as that available in Excel by some margin
Cathal Maguire commented
Visualisation of data in this range is important to risk. Clear scale and division are critical to this visualisation.
sijie Xi Jesse commented
it would be quite helpful to understand the results if it could be updated. please fix it ASAP.
Hern Chang Lee commented
Please rapidly update.
I repeatedly encounter this problem. It is particularly important since PowerBI sometimes switches from log to linear axes when a log axis is requested. It is not always apparent that this has happened if there are no values or grids on the axes.
Brian Bain commented
Graphing of numbers smaller than 1 are important in our branch of engineering. This looks like it should be relatively easy to fix.