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Helper I
Helper I

Creating a visual based on measure returning a date

I am having trouble creating a line chart based on the filtered table below.  It shows the Status (Stage) in production,  how long it takes to get to that stage (Running Total), and a lookup to a calendar day for the completion of the stage.  The Calendar table has an index of working days.


I use the measure below  to calculate the end date of different stages.


ProjectedStatusDate = calculate(LOOKUPVALUE('Calendar (EDWn)'[Calendar Date],'Calendar (EDWn)'[WorkDayIndex],[Start WorkDayIndex]+[RunningTotalMeas]))


I can put this in a table visualization...



However I can't seem to get any sort of visualization to work that shows Status Num vs Projected Status Date.  Power BI won't let me drop the Project Status Date measure in the X or Y axis fields.





Helper I
Helper I

Thank you @amitchandak , I am still confused on how this will allow me to make relationships with the new date column.

Super User
Super User

@btfergie , I have used the whole number here, you need a calendar and your date measure

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