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vbourbeau Regular Visitor
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Slicer filtering the y axis of a line chart

Hi,

 

I have a line chart with multiple value of temperature. I want to add slicer to play on the start value and end value of the y axis so I can zoom in a specific temperature interval. What I've done is put slicer for on of the temperature value but the slicer afect only this value not the other.  Look the image above.

 

Thank you

 

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vbourbeau Regular Visitor
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Re: Slicer filtering the y axis of a line chart

Ok what I've done is I create unlinked table with all temperatue 0-600. I create 2 measures whom are the min and max of the  slider result. In an other mesure I put a condition where if the value are between min and max diplay it else do nothing.

 

Maybe not the most efficient way but it's work.

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rajendran Super Contributor
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Re: Slicer filtering the y axis of a line chart

Hi

In the format section, select Y axis and give the range in STart/ End values section to zoom accordingly.

Y axis Zoom.PNG

 

Thanks
Raj

vbourbeau Regular Visitor
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Re: Slicer filtering the y axis of a line chart

I want to use a slicer to play with the start and the end.

vbourbeau Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Slicer filtering the y axis of a line chart

Ok what I've done is I create unlinked table with all temperatue 0-600. I create 2 measures whom are the min and max of the  slider result. In an other mesure I put a condition where if the value are between min and max diplay it else do nothing.

 

Maybe not the most efficient way but it's work.

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