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JPQ Frequent Visitor
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Display error on bars graph sorted by date

Hi,

 

I had a collumn graph showing the sum of projects created by month, asnd it worked just fine.

Recently it disconfigurated (alone i think) and the sum of projects are shown by day and not by month... Oddly the creation date on the X axis doesn´t apear to be recognized as a date. I check the collumn for mate, i tried to display as the axis as not continuous but nothing worked. I can´t even selelct the hierarchy of the date.

Any idea why?

 

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Super User
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Re: Display error on bars graph sorted by date

Hi @JPQ,

 

Do you have a calendar table where this creation date is related with?

 

If yes you should use the calendar date column for your x-axis and not the creation date.

 

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Super User
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Re: Display error on bars graph sorted by date

Hi @JPQ,

 

Do you have a calendar table where this creation date is related with?

 

If yes you should use the calendar date column for your x-axis and not the creation date.

 

Regards.

MFelix



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JPQ Frequent Visitor
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Re: Display error on bars graph sorted by date

I do, but the relationship was secundary. I created a second date table and it worked.

Thx

Super User
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Re: Display error on bars graph sorted by date

Hi @JPQ,

 

 

No need to create a secondary table.

 

You can create an inactive relationship between calendar table and the Closed date then create the following measure to add to your chart:

 

Count projects = CALCULATE (COUNT(Table[n. project]); USERRELATIONSHIP(Table[CreationDate]); Calendar [Date]) )

Then use this measure on your chart with the calendar date onn x-axis.

 

Regards,

MFelix



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