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Assistance with plotting percentiles on bar chart

Hoping someone can provide direction on how to create a bar chart similiar to the one below. I've been able to use the constant line to help plot the various percentiles, but havent been able to figure out how to start a bar at the 10th percentile (it always starts from 0). Any idea how I can make the bar start at the appropritae value (for Miami it start at $149)?





Resolver II
Resolver II

I would make this as a stacked bar chart with an invisible (or white-on-white, look in Bars->Colors) series using a measure calculated to be the 10th percentile.  This would "push" the data you are interested in seeing to start in the right place (as it's stacked on top of the other one).  The height of the series you want to see is then 90th percentile minus 10th percentile.  Finally, you'll need a measure calculating the 90th percentile to make the data-labels work properly (the 10th percentile data label can come from your invisible series).

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