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Line graph from multiple parameters

How can I make a Line Chart visualization from user-input parameters?  I've got four parameters that would correspond with two pairs of coordinate (x,y) values for the chart.  Ideally I want a user to be able to adjust the parameter sliders and see the resulting line on the chart.  


If I'm understanding correctly, this can't be done with SelectedValue in a table as it just gets the parameters' default values, not the current or selected value.  Is there a way to do this with measures, or some other route?  


Here's basically what I want it to look like:

parameter graph.PNG

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I'm still curious if there is any way of acheiving this, with custom visualizations or anything.  The ability to let a user place their own line in a chart along with the data is really important to my team and I have yet to figure out a way of getting PowerBI to do this.  


Hi @ELW ,


Based on my test, such a requirement is not achievable. We are not able to add measures which can be dynamically determined by slicer items (parameter values) onto chart axis.


Best regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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