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  2. JENKINS-15323

Allow user to define X and Y axis

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      It would be great if the plot plugin accepted both axis if fed a file, not force the X axis as builds. I would like to produce reports form a file where I provide both data points and the plugin just produces the chart of my choice. Kind of like you could do with Excel.

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          cosmo_2001 Sebastian Stickel added a comment -

          Hi,

          +1 for that feature!

          We would then only be able to see the most recent information, no history would be given. (At least as long as the graph is plotted two dimensional.)

          My problem is that I would like to visualize the same information coming from about 20 different jobs. (Outstanding Issues from a static code analysis.) It is almost impossible to figure out which color blob in the legend is corresponding to what bar/line in the plot. Being able to see the history of the data is great but I would disclaim that feature in this special case, if I therefore would be able to see the job names on the x-axis.

          I have made a screenshot of my current plot. Can you be figure out safely which bar corresponds to what element?
          http://de.tinypic.com/r/2nc1mp1/5

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          cosmo_2001 Sebastian Stickel added a comment - Hi, +1 for that feature! We would then only be able to see the most recent information, no history would be given. (At least as long as the graph is plotted two dimensional.) My problem is that I would like to visualize the same information coming from about 20 different jobs. (Outstanding Issues from a static code analysis.) It is almost impossible to figure out which color blob in the legend is corresponding to what bar/line in the plot. Being able to see the history of the data is great but I would disclaim that feature in this special case, if I therefore would be able to see the job names on the x-axis. I have made a screenshot of my current plot. Can you be figure out safely which bar corresponds to what element? http://de.tinypic.com/r/2nc1mp1/5

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              nidaley nidaley
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              bbonn bbonn
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