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|07375||Feature requests||Statistics||public||2009-12-02 08:34||2009-12-02 08:34|
|Summary||07375: usage of colours in pie-charts|
it would be helpful for comparability of the statistical graphs by using consequently the same colour for first, second, third … answer even if there is no answer given on one choice. For example there are some questions of type 5 point choice array. On one question nobody gives the answer “1”. Now you look at your graphs of the statistic and in all pie-charts you see blue=”1”, red=”2”, green=”3”, yellow=”4” and olive=”5” only in the one, where no one selected the first choice “1” blue stands for “2”, red for “3” and so on. To compare the charts it would be better to skip the colour where the statistical answers are null.
|Additional Information||A possible solution: use consequently same colours in pie-charts|
Like I mentioned above it would be helpful to have always the same colours for the first, second ... answer in the pie-charts and to skip the colour where the statistical answers are null.
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