Line Chart with multiply dataset

How do I make it just a line? without the fill?

New-UDChart -Title “YourChartTitle” -Type Line -Endpoint {…

Just use the -type parameter and set it to line

that is set :slight_smile: but it still do the “Fill: Start”
https://www.chartjs.org/samples/latest/charts/area/line-boundaries.html
like the one in the sample here

I want the “Fill: false”

I get this:


This is not a Line chart :slight_smile:
I am unable to see the line in the Grey area.

Oh stupid me, I am using the wrong New-UD{Type}ChartDataset.
Changing to the correct one: New-UDLineChartDataset
and I am able to define -fill $null

This is from @adamdriscoll github page:-

New-UDChart -Title "Line Chart without Underfill" -Type "Line" -Endpoint {
    $Data | Out-UDChartData -LabelProperty "Animal"  -Dataset @(
        New-UDLineChartDataset -Label "Animals" -DataProperty Count  -BorderColor "#35FF8A" -BorderWidth 3 -Fill $false
    )
}

This gives you just a line no fill

Hi @McAndersDK.

How do you prepare your dataset with multiple lines ?
I have a CSV with dates, keys and counts. But the keys will be multiple times and the count different on each day.

Example:
date1;key1;4
date1;key2;8
date2;key1;9
date2;key2;3

In this example, I would like to have 2 lines based on key1 and key2.

Cheers.

well, I will post the raw stuff here:
xml have the following content: (one for each data point)

Team 2 : 83
Team 1 : 82
Type : Solved
Team 3 : 181
Team 6 : 24
Team 5 : 42
Team 7 : 34
Time : 10-10-2019 23:17:31
Date : 101019
Team 4 : 142
Team 8 : 40
Team 9 : 49

This is a single “row” in the powershell object.

$imports = get-childitem (join-path $rootpath “\data”) -Filter *.dump | Sort-Object LastWriteTime -Descending | Select-Object -first 1 | Import-Clixml
TimeFormat = @{n = 'Time'; e = { get-date _.time -Format ‘HH:mm’ } }
$imports | Where-Object type -eq $cache:parameterToChart | Select-Object $TimeFormat, ‘Team 1’, ‘Team 2’, ‘Team 3’, ‘Team 4’, ‘Team 5’, ‘Team 6’, ‘Team 7’, ‘Team 8’, ‘Team 9’ | Out-UDChartData -LabelProperty ‘Time’ -Dataset @(
$colors = ‘#E27D60’, ‘#85DCB’, ‘#E8A87C’, ‘#C38D9E’, ‘#41B4a3’, ‘#659DBD’, ‘#89DA59
$colorindex = 0
foreach ($team in (‘Team 1’, ‘Team 2’, ‘Team 3’, ‘Team 4’, ‘Team 5’, ‘Team 6’, ‘Team 7’, ‘Team 8’, ‘Team 9’)) {
New-UDLineChartDataset -DataProperty $team -Label $team -BackgroundColor $colors[$colorindex] -Fill $false -BorderColor $colors[$colorindex] -BorderWidth 2 -PointHitRadius 20
$colorindex++
}
)

you would need to make your object like this:
date = date1
key1 = 4
key2 = 8

date = date2
key1 = 5
key2 = 61

Ok I will try that out. Thanks for the tips :slight_smile:

Thank you very much! I managed to create my chart!
And with the help of this, I even managed random line colors.

oh, the line color is random if you dont specifie the color :slight_smile:

I know, it is a while ago, but how did you implement the “golden colors”?
Tried quite a bit, but I don’t get it errorfree :thinking:

@McAndersDK, as soon as you use New-UDLineChartDataset or similar, your random color is gone (@adam: a bug or intentionally?)