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dvhez Regular Visitor
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How can I make charts for the first 5 rows of a table?

I have this stacked area chart with summarized generation according to technology, and as you can see the table below shows the Power Plants contributing to this chart in descendent order depending on energy production (MWh). This table depends on the specific day, technology or zone that varies according to slicers at the left. My objective is to graph the first 5 Power Plants to see the power generation for each plant along the day (or selected time span at slider). Is it posible to achieve this? If it's not, is there an alternative to, for example, click on Power Plant "COCHRANE" at the table and automatically generate or show the production for that specific power plant?.

 

Thanks a lot, if you have a better approach or re-thinking I'd love to hear to.

 

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Jessica_Seiya Established Member
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Re: How can I make charts for the first 5 rows of a table?

TopN filter should work

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Re: How can I make charts for the first 5 rows of a table?

Use the Visual/Page Filter 'TOPN'

Jessica_Seiya Established Member
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Re: How can I make charts for the first 5 rows of a table?

TopN filter should work

2018-10-10_17-01-33.jpg

 

 

 

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