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alfredomar Frequent Visitor
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Automatic scale

Hi,

 

I have a problem with automatic scale in graph, the problem is that always the scale starts in 0 and adjust the top.

 

One solution is put manually in the Y axix one value in start, bu the problem is that I have the same report for diferent client and the data for the same graph is diferent.

 

I would like do the next, put one percent in start and in the finish, and powerbi calculate with the minumun value less 10 percent, for example and the max value + 10 %. This is the good solution, is posibble do it??

 

Antohersolution is PBI allowed adjust the start and the end per user account, is possible??

 

What solution have you used to solve this issue?

 

Thanks

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SivaMani Senior Member
Senior Member

Re: Automatic scale

As of now, You can't make the axis scale as dynamic. Either you have it as Automatic scale or manually set the axis scale.

Microsoft v-yulgu-msft
Microsoft

Re: Automatic scale

Hi @alfredomar,

 

Currently, automatical scale is not supported for chart visual. Here are some ideas for you to vote up.

Axis Scale in charts based on formula fields

Allow use of variable for Y-Axis scale

 

Regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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