Horizontal Bar Chart - Axis Labels

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Is there a way to only display whole numbers on the x-axis of my horizontal bar chart? It currently increases by .5 increments.

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Brian

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Hey Brian,

When editing your chart, there's an option on your x-axis label that allows you to group your numbers by a certain increment.

I attached a picture. Hopefully the visuals can help!
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Thanks, Justin.

My x-axis category is not a numeric value, it is text.  The grouping options I have are "Equal Value", "First Word" and "First Letter", so I don't have all the significant digit options.
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Any solution to this as I have the same issue.
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You can use the API to (1) grab the raw data, (2) process the raw data with jQuery and Underscore and (3) directly build the HighChart chart using script. Using script you can generate any chart that HighChart supports irrespective if QuickBase support the chart type through their report builder. Examples here:

http://www.highcharts.com/demo

In every case you will be stunned at how short the code is to accomplish this.