Yes! It’s possible, you will need to use the Performance feature, I’m going to show you how.
First, go to Data Range & Format to inform the time range of the data.
You can do so using Downsampling. Downsampling is the process of reducing the sampling rate of a signal, this is usually done to reduce the data rate or the size of the data.
To enable downsampling, go to Performance, and click Enable Downsampling.
In the Threshold field you must set the minimum data amount for the downsampling to get triggered. For example, if you set 1000, then the downsampling will only activate once the data amount of the chart surpasses 1000 points.
In the Factor field, inform a number that will act as the average data point ratio. For example, if you set this field as 10 then the chart will calculate the average of 10 points and display them in the chart as a single point.
The greater the Factor is, the less accurate the data becomes.
On the image above, I set up the Threshold = 100 and the Factor = 10, this means that my downsampling will only occur once I have more than 100 data points in my chart, and for every 10 data points, the chart will display their average as a single dot.