Hi! What is the best way to aggregate data in the line chart? I am plotting with time as the axis, and the graph becomes way too noisy (about 1000 data points per day, showing a week at a time) I can change the axis to "date hierarchy", but then the most frequent data point option is per day.
Hi @andersrys ,
What do DLR fields represent and whether they have nothing to do with the fields on the X and Y axes will lead to the appearance of "not smooth then" on the line chart，can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.
If you want the average for every minute:
Create some data: the current column for the rolling average
Here are the steps you can follow：
1. Create measure.
Expected Output (Average)_1 = var _1= MAX('Table'[timeobserved]) return AVERAGEX( FILTER( SUMMARIZE( ALLSELECTED('Table'), [timeobserved], "Avg Value",AVERAGE('Table'[Current]) ), [timeobserved]<=_1 ), [Avg Value] )
You can downloaded PBIX file from here.
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@amitchandak I had it on continuous, so the axis was great. However, the graph itself is ugly because of the high number of data points (with different values). For example, it would be perfect if the average for every minute could be calculated before the graph was displayed.
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