I have a programmer who is telling me something which doesn't seem to make sense so thought I would ask here.
He is putting together a graph which will shows events in the form of hh/mm/ss.
If he sets the Y axis to seconds, then minutes and hours hit the top of the graph.
If he sets the Y axis to minutes, then the seconds get smaller and hours still hit the top of the graph.
If he sets the Y axis to hours, then seconds barely show and unless there are enough minutes, they barely show either.
He tells me we have to make a decision on what to show but that seems to make no sense to me. Instead, I feel we should have a Y axis which is dynamic, adjusting as needed.
After I said this, he told he that we do have a dynamic Y axis yet keeps telling me that because of the data, we cannot get it all into one graph.
Makes no sense to me.
Also, is java supposed to be installed on the server in order to see graphs? And if so, what needs to be installed on a Centos 6.5 server to see them.