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llPCoetzll
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Line Chart with Multiple Years not Joining

I'm struggling to plot mulitiple years data successfully ontop of eachother, could anyone possibly provide a solution.

 

I am able to plot months and days individually successfully as dates, however when I try put them both on the x axis I run into some difficulties. Once applying a slicer the lines are then able to join again.

 

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amitchandak
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@llPCoetzll , You can get a continuous axis visual 2,4 only with date and number. if these are any other data type is used on the axis, you will get a categorical axis. you can all +0 to measure if needed



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amitchandak
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@llPCoetzll , You can get a continuous axis visual 2,4 only with date and number. if these are any other data type is used on the axis, you will get a categorical axis. you can all +0 to measure if needed



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