Our support for axis range and visibility had some bugs and it was not implemented for every type of charts and inconsistently.
Axis ranges behavior is now supported and consistent between line, bar and bubble chart.
chxr is defined Image-Charts will display your chart based on your actual data.
Google Image Charts made a distinction between axis range and actual chart dataset (e.g. Google Image Charts displayed
[0;100] axis range not considering the dataset values where between
[0;30] and faking), since our first day it's the only non API-compatible choice we made because we deeply think it's way harder to use.
I prefer when my axes went from
100, what should I do?
If your chart has
chxt=x,y then append a
chxr=0,0,100|1,0,100 to retrieve past behavior.
I already use
chxr, what should I do?
Since we've fixed bugs related with our implementation of
chxr, you might have some issues since we are not strictly following what's described inside our documentation.
Search inside your code for usage of
chxr and check that your charts render correctly with our latest release.