I've seen PRD charts that have two y-axis defined so that two different datasets can be better visualized. One dataset has values in the thousands and the other is dozens.
Is there a way to manually set this up for a chart?
Hi @Jason Eckelstafer, based on the value of the qos the PRD will automatically format the graphs so that the values fit in it. In the first row in the screenshot the Max value is 55.0 in the second row it is 3,678.00; In the second case PRD uses 3,5k in the Y-axis.
OK so there isn't a way to force it to look something like this image? Where both are on the same graph but using different y-axis.
This is also automatic. When you drop a first qos to the chart the unit and the format will adapt to the data and will populate the left y-axis. If you drop additional data with a different basis or unit it will add a second "right" y-axis.
first qos is url_response (milliseconds)
second qos is cpu_usage (percent)
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