@anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue on February 2nd 2009

Since piwik is an analytical tool. I thought it would be balls to show the weekdays in historical charts.

For example the 'last_visits_graph' or nb_uniq_visitors show counts and the date as a great line chart.

It would be neat to segment off every 7 days. Thick borders, or perhaps color shading on/off.

This would be very useful to quickly realize that what days of the week seem to be patterns.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on February 2nd 2009

Replying to masterkeedu:

Since piwik is an analytical tool. I thought it would be balls to show the weekdays in historical charts.

For example the 'last_visits_graph' or nb_uniq_visitors show counts and the date as a great line chart.

It would be neat to segment off every 7 days. Thick borders, or perhaps color shading on/off.

This would be very useful to quickly realize that what days of the week seem to be patterns.

Oh, and perhaps just showing the day when hovering over a point.

@robocoder commented on February 3rd 2009 Contributor

OFC2 could allow us to add a vertical line to dilineate weeks, but there's no built-in capability to spec its width or color shade.

See also period comparison feature request in ticket #291.

@robocoder commented on February 3rd 2009 Contributor

Maybe a day-of-the-week variation of Visitors | Times ?

@mattab commented on March 2nd 2009 Owner

I think correct implementation could be: show a vertical line in the graph at the beginning of each week, rather than currently having a line every 5 days. increasing priority as it seems quite easy to do this.

@mattab commented on May 5th 2009 Owner

we can't really do it properly with the library we use, as you can't choose an offset for the vertical lines, to force them to show on all mondays for example. instead we show the vertical bar every 7 days which helps with this.

This Issue was closed on May 5th 2009
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