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magus
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Showing data by day without any limit

Hello!

Hope you are doing fine 🙂

Firstly I have to tell you that I am a very begginer in Power Bi and DAX, mainly working with Visualizations applying "tricks" that I learnt from Youtube. 

I am currently working on a report which shows the performance evolution of a specific department in my company. I have data since January till today and the idea is to upload the report weekly.

I want to show the evolution day by day in Line Chart. My data format is DD/MM/YYYY. When I place the Date on Axis I have the option to select the data showing by year, trimestre, month and day. The problem is that when I choose the day, somehow the chart shows me only one month (30 days aprox). I have no idea where this "grouping" is activated, I cannot see the option to disable it.

Same happens when I wanted to show data by week (in Edit Query I just created a column "Week" using formula Week of month), the chart showed me up to 5 weeks, so data from one month only.

Could anyone help me how to fix it? 🙂

Many thanks in advance,

Magus

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hi  @magus 

Yes, please chick "Expand all down one level in the hierarchy"

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Lin

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v-lili6-msft
Community Support
Community Support

hi  @magus 

For your case, you need to use drill mode in the visual as below:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/consumer/end-user-drill

 

Just use expand all fields in the drill mode

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Regards,

Lin

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Many thanks for your answer, nut unfortunately I can drill the data down only to the day level, and the option expand drill at once is not available 😞

Magus

HI  @magus 

Why "the option expand drill at once is not available" in your report?

and you may also try 

Show items with no data in Power BI

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-show-items-no-data

 

Regards,

Lin

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Hello CST,

The only option I see are the following:

Drill up / drill down

Go to the net level to the hierarchy

Expand all down one level in the hierarchy

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hi  @magus 

Yes, please chick "Expand all down one level in the hierarchy"

8.JPG

 

 

 

Regards,

Lin

Community Support Team _ Lin
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Hello,

It worked! Thanks a lot!!

Magus

amitchandak
Super User IV
Super User IV

In the date hierarchy if you cross or drill to day level that will group at day witch can be from 1-31 only. (data will be grouped on unique axis values)

You can right-click on the date Hierarchy and choose the date option and this will show the actual date trend and you can any number or date.

 

 



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Hello,

THank you very much for your answer.

I right clicked on Data Hierarchy but I cannot find the option of data trend. Could you guide me where I can find it?

 

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