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Helper II
Helper II

Trend Chart (Line Chart) with Multiple Values

Hi Team,

 

I am looking to implement a visual where I can choose the different values to display for a set of employees based on the Month.

 

I want to display the trends on a single graph but for multiple values. I can make the selection for a particular value on a single graph rather than multiple visuals.

 

But in Power BI I can't do the same. In QlikView I can make cycling to choose the value for which I need to view the trend. Attaching the screenshot from QV.

 

Is it possible to do same in Power BI.

 

Thanks

QV TrendQV Trend

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Super User I
Super User I

@anmsharma you need a dynamic slicer for your measures

 

http://visualbi.com/blogs/powerbi/dynamic-measure-selection-power-bi/





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@anmsharma you need a dynamic slicer for your measures

 

http://visualbi.com/blogs/powerbi/dynamic-measure-selection-power-bi/





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Hi @vanessafvg,

 

Thanks for the help.

 

I did something but couldn't receive the desired results. Could you please help me what's wrong from the screenshot below.

 

Thanks Again.

 

 

DynamicSlicer.jpg

Hi @anmsharma,

 

From the screenshot you shared above, I find that you're using the column "Select Measure"(Count) as Value on the Chart, which is not right. Instead, you should use the measure "Measure" as Value on the Chart to get the proper result in your scenario. Smiley Happy

 

Regards

Hi @v-ljerr-msft @vanessafvg

 

Thanks for the solution.

 

Implemented and figured out the issue and it's working fine.

 

Thanks Again

 

Anmol

Hi @anmsharma,

 

Great to hear the problem got resolved! Could you accept corresponding reply as solution to close this thread? Smiley Happy

 

Regards

@anmsharma and have you tested the measures that they working outside of this particular method?





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