white dots in datapoints?

Are the white dots in the 7th and 8th datapoints intentional? If so, what do they mean?

Thanks!

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Those are also the only dates with multiple entries, as judged by the smaller green dots below the anomalous bolded dots.

@dreev is the guardian of graph generation

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Hmmm but doesn’t the very first one have two data points? There’s a 0 in blue right under the first green.

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Well spotted! That’ll be the ‘initial datapoint’, so special for other reasons.

Looking behind the scenes, this is a binary goal in terms of how it aggregates.

That means (to my surprise, I admit) that it checks for the presence or absence of a datapoint. If you enter something (or several things), even if it’s a zero, the day’s total aggregates as ‘1’.

Those two lighter bold dots are days on which the aggregated value, ‘1’, differs from the entered value, ‘0’.

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Thanks!

Oof. I definitely want an aggregation of “1 if any non-zero datapoints”, like @insti’s recent request.

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I must have missed/forgotten that request, so have added my own to the thread! :slight_smile:

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@philip inferred correctly that the aggregated datapoint is shown hollow like that if there’s no raw datapoint underneath it. It’s so intuitive when explained that way, right? (:

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