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Stacked column chart vs Cluster column chart (Read 737 times)

    Usage/option question - not a "bug" (it was the same with charts before the update) When selecting a column chart with: * X axis as Calendar: week (or Calendar: month, & probably with other selections too), and * Y axis as Distance Then the chart is a stacked chart - ie the column for each week is stacked with its total height being the total distance for the week and individual activities shown as different colored portions of the column. When selecting a similar column chart but with: * Y axis as Duration Then the chart is a cluster chart - ie there is a seperate column for each activity in each week, and it is not easy/obvious what the TOTAL duration was for the week. Is there a way to select a week vs duration chart that displays a stacked column instead of a cluster chart - ie a week vs duration chart that looks like the existing week vs distance chart?

    Running - cheaper than therapy

      Usage/option question - not a "bug" (it was the same with charts before the update) When selecting a column chart with: * X axis as Calendar: week (or Calendar: month, & probably with other selections too), and * Y axis as Distance Then the chart is a stacked chart - ie the column for each week is stacked with its total height being the total distance for the week and individual activities shown as different colored portions of the column. When selecting a similar column chart but with: * Y axis as Duration Then the chart is a cluster chart - ie there is a seperate column for each activity in each week, and it is not easy/obvious what the TOTAL duration was for the week. Is there a way to select a week vs duration chart that displays a stacked column instead of a cluster chart - ie a week vs duration chart that looks like the existing week vs distance chart?
      The distance chart is probably a bug. It should not be stacked because it doesn't make sense to stack distances from different activities (as opposed to different workout types).