[rrd-users] Need a way to show 2(or more) lines on a graph that have nearly identical values

David Ball davidtball at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 01:29:57 CEST 2007

  What about converting 2 of your sets of data to negative values and
plot them below your typical '0' x-axis.  This would result in having
only 2 lines very close together in 2 different spots on your graph as
opposed to 4 all together in the same spot.  <shrug>


On 25/09/2007, Jack Tavares <j.tavares at f5.com> wrote:
> I am plotting 4 lines on a graph on a 0-100 Y axis
> In many cases the lines have nearly identical values and it is difficult
> to see them.
> (2 of the four lines are not shown because the DS's are empty)
> http://jacktavares.com/rrd/unstacked.png
> I know that I can STACK them, but then I see lines that look like
> this
> http://jacktavares.com/rrd/stacked.png
> and it looks like the line above has a value of ~20,
> when in fact they both have a value of ~10
> doing them as AREA has the same problem.
> Other than putting them in individual graphs, am I missing a simple
> solution?
> Thanks
> --
> Jack Tavares
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