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benderitter is currently offline  benderitter
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Registered: October 2014
Location: France
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Hi,

I am trying this tool since a week and I find it really interesting and well made.
However I tried to make a few things on 2D views, but I don't know if the functionality exists:
. Represent the data of an axis in log10
. Define the min/max value of axes

Thanks for your answer.
Re: 2D view [message #15 is a reply to message #13] Sun, 26 October 2014 00:46 Go to previous message
thomas is currently offline  thomas
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Registered: June 2014
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There is a similar answer to both of the questions. There is not view specific way to toggle to
logarithmic axes nor to min/max definition for a particular view. However, one may define for any
column in the table view, that the nature of this column's data is logarithmic. Then all view axes,
marker colors and sizes, and all slider filters will act accordingly. Analogously, new min and max
values can be set for any table data column, which will then be used on view axes and filters.
You can change the these settings from the 'Data' menu with 'Set Value Range...' or 'Treat logarithmically...'.
There is one restriction: ranges can only be enlarged, because reducing would hide values and
logarithmic treatment can only be defined if all values are larger than zero.

Thomas
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