I have a lens visualization (in version 7.15.0) where I want bar chart showing "Closed" vs "Not closed" where I color "Closed" with green and "Not closed" with red. To be able to set different colors for the bars I use two layers, but the thickness of the bars is halved causing the alignment of the labels to look weird.
Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?
Hi @tomhe ,
welcome to the Kibana community.
I think you can achieve what you want with a single layer in Lens, with filtered metrics. Here I've used the
"css"/"deb" instead of your
Closed/Not closed categories, but the same result applies.
On the "Horizontal axis" you can filter a metric as shown here (click
Add advanced options):
Is this what you were looking for?
Yes, that's what I'm looking for. You're right in that I don't need two layers for this.
The alignment is actually correct and the empty space refers to a bar with zero hits.
The trick is to switch to stacked bars.
Bar horizontal stacked:
Going with stacked bars moves the "empty" bar to the end (or beginning) of the bars.
My only problem now is that I prefer to have the number inside the bars like this:
But showing the numbers inside the bars like that is not possible for stacked bars:
So either I can have my color coding or I can have the numbers.
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