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AldoJavier26
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Space out columns values with same date axis

Dont seem to find a clear answer on this anywhere..is there a way to space out the columns on my chart with the same (year) axis? Is there a different approach to my +20%,+40%,+60% measures that Im not thinking about ?

 

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Using the default clustered bar chart, there is a clumsy way which involves creating measure which return blank and place them between the other measures (though I haven´t found a way to change the colour for the legend)

clumsy.JPG

 Or you can create a new table with the % Values:

%table.JPG

 

and use the % Value field as the x-axis, the Fiscal Year for the "column series"  and create this measure for the values:

Values =
SWITCH (
    SELECTEDVALUE ( '% Table'[% Value] ),
    "+20%", [FY FC based on PY YTG (20%)],
    "+40%", [FY FC based on PY YTG (40%)],
    "+60%", [FY FC based on PY YTG (60%)]
)

You can then use the formatting options for the x-axis to get:

% table chart.JPG

 

I've attached you PBIX file 

 





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v-yalanwu-msft
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Hi, @AldoJavier26 ;

You could use custom visual-Definitive Logic PBI Clustered Column Chart with Custom Labels; 

vyalanwumsft_0-1634542618936.png

The final output is shown below:

vyalanwumsft_1-1634542647688.png

In addition ,you also could create two blank measure.

blank1 = 
blank2 = 

vyalanwumsft_2-1634542766563.png

The final output is shown below:

vyalanwumsft_3-1634542787411.png

Best Regards,
Community Support Team_ Yalan Wu
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Thank you for these options. Personally I dont love the blank measure option and for my purposes, the alternate visual does not allow you to update the display unit

AldoJavier26
Frequent Visitor

Using the default clustered bar chart, there is a clumsy way which involves creating measure which return blank and place them between the other measures (though I haven´t found a way to change the colour for the legend)

clumsy.JPG

 Or you can create a new table with the % Values:

%table.JPG

 

and use the % Value field as the x-axis, the Fiscal Year for the "column series"  and create this measure for the values:

Values =
SWITCH (
    SELECTEDVALUE ( '% Table'[% Value] ),
    "+20%", [FY FC based on PY YTG (20%)],
    "+40%", [FY FC based on PY YTG (40%)],
    "+60%", [FY FC based on PY YTG (60%)]
)

You can then use the formatting options for the x-axis to get:

% table chart.JPG

 

I've attached you PBIX file 

 





Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

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