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Can Axum make a prediction about where the next data point on a plot may occur based on known data?

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Can Axum make a prediction about where the next data point on a plot may occur based on known data?

Example: Price of oil has been fluctuating but based on previous plotted information, can the graph decide whether the line should rise or fall based on previous trends?

Can Axum make a prediction about where the next data point on a plot may occur based on known data?

Example: Price of oil has been fluctuating but based on previous plotted information, can the graph decide whether the line should rise or fall based on previous trends?

Unfortunately this is not possible. Axum is not able to create graphs that predict future values. The only alternative is for the user to enter annotations on the graph themselves which show where they think the data might go next.

 
 
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