I am not sure if I understand correctly the issue but the format used for the dates in the data will not be parsed by most browsers due to missing space between the time and the day period. This will result in invalid date and the corresponding values will be skipped. Does changing the format as in this example resolve the issue? If not then could you clarify what you mean by "compress data" and what is the expected result with the provided data?
your example giving same result. I even tried date format by "new Date(2015, 01, 05, 11, 22, 30, 0)" but that also don't work.
Data are over span of 10 days and in which for couple of minutes data has spike then normal range but graph still shows something completely different. Is it bug?
answered on 16 Feb 2017, 04:12 PM
The category axis values are aggregated for the category period meaning that the point value will depend on the series.aggregate(max by default) for all points in the category(week in this case). Thus the value of the point will be the maximum value of all values in the week.
I am still not sure if I understand what is the expected result but if you wish to show a separate point for each date then you could set the type to "category". The other option is to change the baseUnit to seconds example.