Wierd rounding in graph axis

#1

In my interface I have a graph that has a Y-axis goes from 0 to 2 in the beginning. Al intermediate values are rounded to the nearest integer. So now I have Y-axis, that goes, 0,0,1,1,2,2 instead of 0, 0.4, 0.8, 1.2, 1.6, 2. It makes the graphs incomprehensible.

Public link to my project https://forio.com/app/hendrikelema/go4it-simulator/#introduction.html

Also, when I set a maximum y axis a bit higher trying to circumvent this problem it overrides my previously set graph and displays the exact same graph.

Is there a way to solve this ? Either by having a completely fixed Graph or anything ?

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#2

To fix this for bar graphs or column graphs:

  1. Select the graph
  2. Select the “Columns” dropdown
  3. Set the “Number Format” to: #0.0 (you will have to type it in)

To fix this for line charts:

  1. Select the graph
  2. Select the “Y-AXIS SETTINGS” dropdown
  3. Set the “Number Format” to: #0.0 (you will have to type it in)

See these images for a visual example:

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