you can add isoweekday: true into time config


you should modify axis settings to set max and min value (start-end date range probably). an example (nb! use your own required formats):

time: {
  unit: 'month',
  displayformats: {
     month: 'mm'
  max: moment(data.end_date).format('mm'),
  min: monent(data.start_date).format('mm')


i realize i'm super late on this, but maybe you should try setting the distribution option to series. see the documentation here:

scale distribution

the distribution property controls the data distribution along the scale:

'linear': data are spread according to their time (distances can vary)
'series': data are spread at the same distance from each other

this should fix that weird formatting that you have where the spacing is all mucked up.

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