How to filter day, moth, year in axis

I am using the latest Grafana and i wonder if there is a way to filter on the x-asis like only “day and month” no time or “month and year” no time or only “year.”

Schermafbeelding 2022-12-19 135133
In above graphic day and month and no time.


The month grapic shows me day and month but i would like month and year.


And by the year grapic it is just fine .

Anyone has a solution ??

What ia this month graphic you talk about?

Also what datasource are you working with?
And which visualization?

The grapics are about water but can also be gin or wodka.
The datasource i use is Influxdb 1.8 and visualisation is Bar chart.

Hi @nvbgm,
Inspired by topic How can I change graph X-axis to show days of the week(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday etc) here is a solution that works with bar chart only.

Create a query and assign override for Time field. For Add override property choose Standard options > Unit and set it to time: DD/MM. The output format will be <day_number>/<month_number> like on picture.

Note: Data is grouped by day GROUP BY time(1d). If you want to show all dates (a.k.a. bar labels) then you need to set Bar labels minimum spacing to None (click on tab All -> Bar chart -> Bar labels minimum spacing -> None). Also, in Bar chart options you can set Show values to Always and change Text size to get bigger numbers above bars. All this is useful only if you are showing few bars on panel (but you can always group data to get less bars).

Result:
First panel shows time axis in DD/MM format (day and month in numbers), second MM/YY (month and year in numbers) and thrid YY (only years in numbers). Panels are set to show Last X days/months just to show different formats.

Important:
Uppercase letters will always show days, months, years in numbers while lowercase letters will show days, months, years as strings (there are some excaptions like MM = 01 while MMM = Jan). Note: string / can be changed by any character or string.

Time format , Output format
time: DD/MM/YY , 28/01/23
time: DD/MM/YYYY , 28/01/2023
time: ddd/MMM/YY , Sat/Jan/23
time: dddd/MMMM/YYYY , Saturday/January/2023

The more letters you specify the more detailed format you will get.

Best regards,
ldrascic