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Graph Not Display Any Data Unless User Filters

Dear All, 


I have a Line Graph where it should display different measures based on filter selection. 

I have a table that contains these following columns: 

1) App Name (more than 100 units)

2) Platform

3) Country

4) Category

5) Ranking 


Currently, the graph is very messy as it has all of these elements display at the same time. 

Is there a way that the graph will not display anything unless user chooses a specific value in the filter selection? I would like to have something like the attached screenshot (Desired State)


Many thanks in advance for your time and support. It is very much appreciated. 

Best regards,



Line Graph.PNGCurrent Graph


Desired Graph.PNGDesired State

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Re: Graph Not Display Any Data Unless User Filters

@Anonymous ,


You may take a look at the post below.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Re: Graph Not Display Any Data Unless User Filters

Hi @v-chuncz-msft , thank you very much for your help. I tried the solution in the message that you have sent me:

Measure =
CALCULATE ( SELECTEDVALUE ( Table1[Name] ), ALLSELECTED ( Table1[Name] ) )

However, it only works with 1 column. I have 4 columns that users must choose before so the graph can populate the correct data. Do you know how to use the above expression with 4 columns?


Many thanks,


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