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I want to have my chart, which displays a range of data that updates periodically, to represent the changes across sampled values in a more zoomed-in form by having the minimum value of the vertical axis match the minimum value in the dataset, and the maximum value accordingly.

I tried inputting a formula referring to the minimum and maximum found values, but it keeps returning that the input must be a number.

Is there any way to make it work like this? Thank you in advance.

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I think the best thing you can do is enlarge your chart with the MAXIMIZE flag

maximize flag

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  • That doesn't really do what I look for. It just enlarges the chart area to the entirety of the rectangle, but it doesn't zoom the range of values. Thank you for the suggestion, though.
    – TLSO
    Commented Nov 16, 2021 at 11:27
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I had a similar situation. This Charting Example sheet has sample data to show how it works.

The basic idea is to add two points to the data that's being graphed — the minimum and maximum values in the entire dataset.

Then, change the format of those two points so they are invisible. (In the example, I made those points red so it would be clear that the format of those points stays the same even when the data that's graphed changes.)

Double-clicking on a specific data point in the chart brings up the "format data point" settings. (see screenshot)

Feel free to change the start and end dates being graphed (C5 & C6).

Screenshot showing the "format data point" settings

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