Hello data analyst community. I have the following problem:
Given a set of n units and a timeline in days. A unit may be active at a certain day to a certain degree (in range from 0.0 to 1.0). A desirable outcome is that if a unit is active, it should be active for a series of consecutive days (or at maximum with one day break).
What I have, of course is the opposite :). Now I want to measure or even better visualize the activity frequencies to "prove" an image-affine person that not all units behave as desired. The brute-force-approach is to draw a line for each unit (along the timeline), colored according to the degree of activity, but since n > 30, the graph is big, colorful and you see nothing at all.
I am afraid that I am searching in the wrong direction. Any ideas, suggestions ?
EDIT: I think I was not able to explain my goal: I do not want to visualize the activity of a singular unit, but getting an idea of the activity frequency of all units involved. In the far end, I will have two groups of units and want to see graphically whether one group performed better than the other (better according to property described above). My apologies for not stating this earlier (thanks to the contributions up to this point, I was able to see what I actually want to know).