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Not able to keep Km/Hr Lable next to measure in axis

I need Km/Hr as lable that measure have to keep in Axis

Hi Everyone ,

here i kept measure  avg speed in x axis and  no of rides in y axis and i need  Km/Hr  as label for avg ,
so
i created measure for that but after creating the measure i am unable to keep in axis .
we have to keep only in tooltip but
i need to  keep only in x axis .

i need label Km/Hr at end of the measure  ex: 90 Km/Hr

Thanks

Sandeep Kumar(avulasandeep19@gmail.com)

9441181581

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Re: Not able to keep Km/Hr Lable next to measure in axis

@avulasandeep

Sandeep, I understand. Try the following:

Speed = SUM(table[value])

Now create a new measure which looks like this:

Speed Km/Hr = [Speed] & " Km/Hr"

(NB: leave a 'space' between the first " symbol and the Km/HR text.)

See if that works for you. (Beware though that the result will no longer be a Number/Numeric output, but a text output.)

Regards,

Paul.

In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

Proud to be a Super User!

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Super User II

Re: Not able to keep Km/Hr Lable next to measure in axis

@avulasandeep

Apologies in advance, but I'm unsure about what exactly you are trying to achieve. Can you explain a little bit more?

Thanks,

Paul.

In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

Proud to be a Super User!

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Helper III

Re: Not able to keep Km/Hr Lable next to measure in axis

Hi paul ,

just i need  measure with Km/hr  as end .

Ex :  if we do the following calculation :

sum(speed)  = 60

so output is 60  but i need "60 Km/Hr "as value  not 60 .

Thanks ,

sandeep kumar

9441181581

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Super User II

Re: Not able to keep Km/Hr Lable next to measure in axis

@avulasandeep

Sandeep, I understand. Try the following:

Speed = SUM(table[value])

Now create a new measure which looks like this:

Speed Km/Hr = [Speed] & " Km/Hr"

(NB: leave a 'space' between the first " symbol and the Km/HR text.)

See if that works for you. (Beware though that the result will no longer be a Number/Numeric output, but a text output.)

Regards,

Paul.

In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

Proud to be a Super User!

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