Dear community members,
I'm quite new to PowerBI but not to SQL/Excel.
I want to create a scatter chart in which possible opportunities for big projects in the future are shown (time based on x-axis). These projects are ranked so that they all will have an unique data point in the graph.
Now when I add a field as legend, the graph changes itself and sorts by the different categories known in legend first. I don't want to sort by legend, but I do want to keep the same colours for the categories in legend.
I can't seem to combine this.
Does anyone know a solution to this? I did see another similar post but the legend colours weren't saved in the solution...
Thanks in advance,
Solved! Go to Solution.
What if I can't find the "show blank values" under Y-axis of the format pane? My last line is "Line Style" and it appears to be partial. Appreciate knowing any other way to display data sorted by X-axis while showing legend colours. I'm a new user. Thanks. Diane
Thanks for your time and this sollution, it seems to do the trick!
When I apply the option to show blank values the graph is able to keep the sort option on the x-axis including showing the legend in the same graph.
Can you explain me why this option has to be selected?
Thanks in advance,
Hi, I try to reproduce this and it is real. It looks like something to report a ticket in support. Anyway, I figure out that the visualization won't work with a legend and a hierarchy. If you have an axis X with date hierarchy you won't be able. It crashes when it has to sort by one of the columns of the hierarchy. It won't sort taking care of the father of it.
Hope this helps,
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