Hi Adrian and Ricardo,
It mostly depends on what you want to display. The easiest way to setup a chart is to use the Graph Wizard, which will do the heavy-lifting with the initial setup.
You can have a DatetimeOffset
field in the data and it will be visualized like 2/22/2019 5.26:00:00 PM +02:00
, depending on the time zone.
If you, for example, have values for Fields.Day that are from different time zones, you could set them as Category groups
field inside the Categories
box. If you want to have each value from a timezone, you set Series groups
setting the Value
field inside the Series
box (for one summary value, omit the Series box). Finally, as I assume you want to display the values, put them in Values
box. Please check this screen shot for reference
In order to show local time values only, you need to call a User Function to unify all time zones.
You can check the related documentation articles here:
- Graph Structure
- Connecting to Data
- Column Charts
Additionally, please elaborate more on what you want to achieve, so we could give you more specific suggestions.
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