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I love the Horizon chart and how easy it is to use, thank you.

It would be great if I could flip the colours. This viz deals with temperature so the natural colouring is blue for cold (negative) and red for hot (positive) but all the options I could see start with red, not end with red and I couldn’t find a way to flip them. I ended up using purples to orange/brown as below but I wasn’t really happy with it. Even the example on the website is not intuitive with cold temperatures in red and hot temperatures in blue. 2 other minor requests: 1) less white space on the right of the legend and 2) allow axis labels other than the data plotted eg. this dataset shows the years 1880 – 2020 and I would like to show every year of data but not every year on the x-axis as there are too many. I can create a separate series to group them into decades or 20 year bands but I can’t find a way to display a different series for x-axis data and labels without it aggregating the data and diluting the message I want to show in the plot.

These changes could help to really polish an already amazing visual.

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Hi,

it would be great on the Bubble scatter chart analytics to have a reference quadrant instead of just a reference band, you can make a quadrant overlaying 2 bands but it is not really neat

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Hi,

for the bubble / scatter charts Analytics, it would be great to have a fixed trend line ( not based on the data ) where you could fix a and b where y = ax + b

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Please consider adding an option to lock legend selection in multiple axis chart visual so legend selection doesn’t reset each time a slicer is used!

Refer to question in the community: Xviz multiple chart – legend selection reset when using page slicer – xViz Community

Thank you.

Kind regards,

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For scatter plot a norm line that is not based on the data plotted on the x and y axis. We would like to plot actual pump performance against theoretical performance in a scatter plot. The line is a diagonal line that curves upwards. The line differs per pump.

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