Y-axis manual range not working if X-axis is Timeseries


In this chart, X axis is "Timeseries" and I set Y axis range as Min 90 and Max 105. This is not reflected in graph. To be precise

  1. Negative Min values are shown. All positive Min values are ignored and 0 is taken
  2. Max values are working fine

If I change X axis to "Ordinal", the min/max values of 90 to 105 are properly reflected.

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Hi @Krishna
You’re likely seeing this issue:
https://github.com/metabase/metabase/issues/10434 - upvote by clicking :+1: on the first post

Hi @flamber

Actually the issue seems to be caused due to missing data in my timeseries. I filled data for all the dates, the manual Y-axis range started working fine!

Not sure whats the connection, but for now its fine. Thanks for your prompt support :+1: