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What does the graphing package have against March? (Read 603 times)


day after day sameness

    Just a purely curiosity-driven question....any idea why the graphing package doesn't label March?

     

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          day after day sameness

            ...I'm glad I could entertain you.

            Choosing my words carefully has never been my strength I've been known to be vague and often pointless

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              I am very interested in the 'real' answer to your question too.

               

                That's some remarkable consistency.

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                  The developer was formerly married to a Pisces and is bitter.

                   

                  Sounds fishy to me.

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                    Myself as well.

                    It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.

                      I have no idea why March is skipped.  It could be a bug in the graphing software.  I'll look into it this fall when I redo the training log.

                        Okay, I've got a more boring, geeky answer, based solely on my trial and error, plus speculation.

                         

                        The software determines the number of pixels required to display the x-axis labels.  If the labels require more pixels than are are allocated in the graph's space, it cuts out some labels, attempting to distribute the remaining ones as evenly as possible.  It just happens to cut out every 12th one in your example, but here are others:

                         

                        31 months

                         

                        31 months

                         

                        32 months

                         

                        32 months

                         

                        33 months

                         

                        33 months

                         

                        It might be the Ides of Fish or something, though.

                        Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                          It might be the Ides of Fish or something, though.

                           

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