I am listing out page views for different web pages on a dashboard, and this is how it looks.
The graph truncates to the end of last week.
The overall scale of the graph was made weekly because daily granularity created too much noise and wasn’t really useful.
So what’s missing here is the current week. Despite the graph scale being weekly, it's important to have the last six days of the current week shown because page views metrics is something I want to track very closely for variation. For example, if the trend shows that it's going down, double down to fix it. In the above image, I am very interested in the graph where the red arrow is pointing to. I will spend time analyzing why it is growing.
So the question is:
Can I can append a daily scale graph to a weekly one without making it look weird (accounting for the difference in Y scale and other factors). Are there any examples like this in the stats world?