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Even Time Intervals

Even time intervals allow you to include all time groupings from your data source on a dashboard that have date or time data. You can select whether you want to display all time data, or just the data that returns a value. By default, time groups with a value of NULL (groups without any data) are not displayed.

Even time interval grouping is only available on dashboards that use a data source with date and time fields. It is also not available for raw data tables, KPI charts, or maps.

Even time intervals can be displayed in live mode and historical playback using the time bar. See Live Mode and Historical Playback.

Applying Even Time Intervals

To apply even time intervals to data on bar, box plot, donut, floating bubble, heat map, line, packed bubble, pie, scatter, tree map, and word cloud charts:

  1. Open a dashboard with one of these chart types that use a data source that contains date or time fields.

  2. Select a time attribute for the chart Group (x-axis).

  3. Click the Time Granularity box on the x-axis.

  4. Slide Include Blanks on to request even time intervals. By default, the ability to show all values is disabled and only attributes with a value greater than NULL are displayed.

The dashboard updates to include all values from the data source.

To apply even time intervals to data on pivot tables:

  1. Open a dashboard with a pivot table that use a data source that contains date or time fields.

  2. Select Configure on the chart menu (). The Configure Pivot Table sidebar appears.

  3. On the sidebar, click in Rows or Columns and select a time field for the row or column. Click OK.

    The time field is selected and expands so you can select its granularity and even time intervals setting.

  4. Select the granularity for the time field.

  5. Slide Include Blanks on to request even time intervals. By default, the ability to show all values is disabled and only attributes with a value greater than NULL are displayed.

  6. Click to apply the changes to the pivot table.

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