Your graph view automatically displays:
- Install data from this month
- One data point for each day
- A linear y-axis
Added sources appear as colored keys above your graph. Select or hover over any colored key to isolate that source in your graph.
Note: You can add up to 10 data sources to your graph.
For example, if you want to know how user activity changed throughout the day, select Hour. You'll see a data point for every hour of your selected timeframe. For a broader look, select Month to see a data point for every month of your selected timeframe.
In a linear graph, there's an equal amount of space between every data range on the y-axis. For example, the distance between 0 and 500 is the same as the distance between 500 and 1,000.
In a logarithmic graph, each data range on the y-axis takes up half as much space as the previous range. For example, the distance between 0 and 500 is twice as big as the distance between 500 and 1,000.
Your graph is automatically set to linear. For a closer look at the lower ranges of your graph, select Linear and switch to logarithmic.
Note: A logarithmic y-axis can make your lower and upper ranges seem closer than they really are. To fully understand your data, we recommend regularly switching between logarithmic and linear views.