Need Help Creating Uniform Time Distributions on Y-Axis

penroma

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I am graphing call center times and I want the y-axis to have uniform time distributions. Right now the points of time on the y-axis are 0, 14:24, 28:48, 43:12, 57:36, 72:00 and 86:24. I would like for it be 0, 10:00, 20:00, 30:00, 40:00, 50:00, 60:00. I have played around with the axis scale with no luck. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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AlohaJulio

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How do you format your time? I can't get the time over 24 to stay in that format.
 

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