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The first thing I would do would be to remove the data labels and utilize the tool tips to provide the additional information/values. [1, 2, 3 and 4]
I'd try and move 6, 7 and 8 in-line with the selection options (under the time entry header
Possibly make 1, 2 and 4 dynamic and allow the user to switch between what dimension is being displayed
These are just a few options... I'm sure others with chime in.
Thanks Mark! I will take your inputs and try to play with it.
My general philosophy has been - to make the user do very little work/ mouse clicks to get what they want.
Right after page loads user should be able to glance and get as much useful information as they can - Which is why I am label addict, you are right, may be am overdoing it. I will try to reduce label font size and change to lighter color, to see if doesn't over bear the graph itself. Even then if it does, then I will remove it altogether.
Eventually, it would be nice to have label density control - which can show say - 20% or 30% of marks, instead of all or nothing. min max approach we have today.
So how did it turn out? Can we get a before and after?