Set y ranges in Parallel Coordinates plot

I want to compare many runs through a parallel coordinates plot and I need to evaluate them in terms of different metrics.
What I get by default when creating it manually is the following (where the various kinds of AUC scores is what I am interested in):

However, as you can see the AUCs columns have different yticks and range depending on the corresponding values, which makes it impossible to interpret them intuitively. Is it possible to set column ranges manually?

More context: I think this is related to another question on this blog. The reason why this would be convenient is when you want to compare different metrics or the same metric for different models.
In particular, I want to compare the performance of a baseline solution (Cumulative AUC (MELD) ) VS my model (Cumulative AUC). So intuitively I would see whether the lines go up passing from one column to the other to determin whether the second column shows better performance. Unfortunately, that is misleading if I the two columns have different ranges.

Hi @lclissa, thanks for your feedback! I also answeres the other question, so I am aware of this and currently it is not possible, so I will create a new feature request, thank you very much for providing the context. As I suggested in the other thread, a workaround could be to create two new runs logging the limits for each metric. Please let me know if I can help you in any other way!

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